Preparing Your Furnace For Winter

Posted on: 14 July 2015

Routine maintenance is important in keeping your furnace running efficiently and effectively during the cooler months. The best time to do maintenance on your furnace is during the spring or summer when it is not in use, so you have time to make any repairs you may find while cleaning. Here are some steps to follow when preparing your furnace for the next cold snap. Replace Filters Replace the air filter in your furnace before you turn it on in the fall or winter. [Read More]

How To Keep Your Log Home Looking New

Posted on: 26 June 2015

A log cabin can be a great way to showcase your unique style. Whether in the mountains or the suburbs, log homes have a warm and cozy feel that many love. As with any other building material, homes made of logs require regular maintenance to continue looking their best.  Maintenance While log homes are comparable to homes built with other materials in energy usage and other aspects, they do come with their own set of concerns. [Read More]

How To Remove Old Baseboard Molding

Posted on: 15 June 2015

Installing new baseboard molding is a smart interior home remodel. It is a great remodel because baseboards can get dinged up over the years and show signs of their age. By installing new baseboard around the floor of your home you will be making your wall and your floors look much nicer and newer. It is a great remodel because it can add value to your home without costing a ton of money. [Read More]

Why Vinyl Is Such A Great Window Replacement Product

Posted on: 2 June 2015

Replacing the windows in your home is a great way to increase the value of your property, add some style to your home, and make it more functional. New windows will also help you run a more energy efficient household buy reducing solar absorption and increasing insulation. However, not all window replacement products are the same. Some products are more expensive, yet less practical to maintain. At the same time, some products are very affordable, but they offer very little insulation or protection from the elements. [Read More]