For many, the kitchen is considered the most important room in the house, whether it’s for entertaining, family gatherings, cooking a meal, or enjoying a moment of silence at the beginning or end of the day. Because the kitchen is a such a significant room in the home, renovating it can be daunting and expensive. From minor kitchen updates to a complete kitchen remodel, it is necessary to carefully plan your kitchen remodel. Soliciting the help of professionals who specialize in kitchen design and remodeling is crucial.
When it comes to home improvement, replacing or repairing a roof might not be as exciting as say a kitchen remodel, but what good is a nice kitchen when the roof is falling in, right? Your home is a big investment. Just like a car, proper care is necessary to keep it well maintained and beautiful.
The following describes the many different types of roofs and the pros & cons of each.
The term, “putting a roof over one’s head,” is usually used as a figure of speech, but the saying should be taken literally when thinking about the best type of roof for your home. Whether you are looking to hire a roofing contractor for roof repairs and maintenance or roof replacement, we can help!
Demand for good contractors is high as the summer home improvement season heats up. Don’t be a victim to unscrupulous contractors and business practices. Only hire Licensed, Bonded, and Insured contractors and carefully check credentials and references. Click here to learn how state regulation protects consumers and for useful online links to help screen contractors.
Don’t have time to research contractors? Contact us, we have already done the work for you! We will connect you with dependable, pre-screened contractors for your home maintenance, repair, or remodeling needs.
Returning home from a well-deserved break, only to discover a flooded laundry room or kitchen is not how most people want to end their vacation. Follow these simple steps to avoid coming home to a big mess or costly repairs.
Turn Off The Water
Water leaks can cause devastating damage to your home in a short amount of time. A failed hose connection, plumbing fixture, pipe fitting, or appliance can leak gallons of water in no time, resulting in costly repairs.
This unique and attractive fencing system is designed to hold up to the harsh Pacific Northwest weather, combining the strength of metal with the warmth and beauty of wood. The support posts and panel stringers are black powder coated aluminum and the panels are constructed of 6” cedar boards. Cedar panels have been finished with Penofin Oil to bring out the natural beauty of the wood and protect against weather and UV radiation.