One of the most used rooms in your house is probably the bathroom. How much time do you estimate that members of your household spend in the bathroom each week? Probably more than you initially think. Want to spruce up your bathroom on a budget? These methods will help you plan for the future.
1. Add a heated towel rack.
A heated towel rack can make the difference in the quality of your shower.
If you live in an older home that needs some updating but can't afford the price tag that goes along with the remodel work at this time, there are a few things you can do to help give your home the look of an upgrade without breaking your budget. Some of these things you can even do yourself if you're handy with some tools. See below for some remodeling updates that will give you the most bang for your buck.
If you've decided to design your own home, it can be easy to get caught up in the glamour of it all. Unfortunately, that's a good way to end up with a house you didn't want and a design that doesn't suit your needs. Before you start designing your home, you need to take the time to create a plan that will work for you. Here are four things you should do before you start designing your dream home.
Often, a leaky roof isn't obvious. Thankfully, there are some surprising signs that you might have a roof leak on your hands, enabling you to take necessary action as soon as possible.
1. Moss Is Growing on Your Roof
Moss is a green plant that can start to grow on your roof under the right conditions. Since moss needs moisture to thrive, the fact that it's growing on your roof shingles often indicates that there is moisture to be found there.
When designing your "tiny home," you will be making a lot of important decisions. And by its very small nature, there's not a lot of room for error when it comes to building and decorating a tiny home. Paint can be one of the biggest — but least planned — aspects of tiny home preparation. To help you make the right decisions, here's a 5 step guide to painting your new tiny house.