From changing water filters to compiling a home inventory, your January home maintenance tasks focus on some often neglected areas that will really give your home a fresh start in the new year.
When it comes to expanding your living conditions, there is no one-size-fits-all solution since so many variables are at play, says Siegel. “At the end of the day it’s a personal decision,” Siegal said.
Consider how old your shower head is. Has it been in the house since it was built? Has it ever been replaced? How many different people have used it?
Planning to sell your home? Take note of a few things beforehand. Even the tiniest drip of a faucet, a stuck drawer, or a squeaky set of stairs can deter buyers.
Their old world, country-chic appeal, gives exposed ceiling beams a dramatic look.
This article discusses what to consider when working on a kitchen remodel. Should you run your kitchen cabinets to the ceiling?