Considering A Master Bath Remodel? What You Should Know About Steam Showers

Posted on: 22 June 2016

If you're looking for a unique shower enclosure for your home's master bathroom, you might want to consider installing a steam shower. Steam showers are usually slightly oversized in comparison to standard showers and they feature a watertight seal around the door to keep the steam inside. Here's a look at the basics of steam shower installation to help you decide. Waterproofing Options The steam shower enclosure has to be waterproof to hold the steam and water spray inside, but there are many different ways to do that. [Read More]

3 Essential Parts Of Window Air Conditioner Maintenance

Posted on: 2 June 2016

The comfort and sense of luxury provided by window air conditioners make them among the most beloved home appliances. Yet these positive qualities can quickly become undermined if you don't take proper care of your AC. If you would like to learn more about how to keep your air conditioner running strong, read on. This article will introduce you to three essential areas of maintenance. Keep your air filter clean. [Read More]

Embellish A Plain, Glass Railing's Surface With An Etched Design

Posted on: 13 May 2016

Add an etched design to a plain, glass railing inside of your home to add aesthetic value and appeal. Once you have finished the project, the railing will have a unique appearance that will stand out and add a considerable amount of beauty to the inside of your home Materials Needed glass cleaner soft cloth cerium oxide buffing cloth towel self-adhesive stencils etching cream plastic bowl mixing stick paintbrush wet rag bucket of water ​Clean And Buff The Glass Surface [Read More]

Five Energy Efficient Tricks To Help You Save On AC Bills

Posted on: 28 April 2016

While summer heat increases and monthly energy bills go up, you may find yourself wondering what options you have (short of moving to a cooler climate) to reduce the cost of your AC. It can be especially concerning if you're an environmentally conscious homeowner and realize that higher energy usage can mean more emissions. Use these five tips to help you reduce energy usage to keep your bills lower and help save the environment. [Read More]