Which Type of Light Bulb Should You Choose for Your Home?
Manufacturers make many types of light bulbs, but which types are right for residential use? Oftentimes, it can be hard to tell. When changing light ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on August 4, 2020
How to Maintain a Safe Chimney
The chimney is the answer to a functional fireplace, one that keeps smoke and sparks at bay. Learn more about what homeowners can do to maintain the ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on June 23, 2020
Fireplace Care, Safety, and Maintenance Tips
Are you a new homeowner with a fireplace? If so, you probably have a lot to learn about fireplace maintenance and care. Fireplaces need regular ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on June 16, 2020
4 Materials For Your New Countertops
Countertops are one of the most important parts of a kitchen, and they can add value to a home depending on the material chosen for them. Whether a ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on June 2, 2020
5 Tips for Organizing Your Garage
A garage can be a tremendous opportunity to store all those extra items that either won't fit in the home or aren't practical to keep there. From ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on February 4, 2020
How to Renovate and Improve Your Backyard
Renovating a backyard doesn't have to be difficult or expensive for most homeowners, but it will require some advanced planning and a little ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on December 4, 2019
Window Care and Maintenance for Homeowners
Your windows can have a big effect on your comfort and happiness at home. If your windows are well-maintained, your home will be more energy ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on November 27, 2019
Home Gutter Care & Maintenance Guide
Gutters may not be the most attractive part of home maintenance, but they shouldn't be overlooked. The aim of gutters and downspouts is to divert ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on November 5, 2019
Designing an Efficient Home Office: Tips for Homeowners
When buying a new home, many people look for one with an office space. Working from home is the dream of many people, but it's only possible with a ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on April 9, 2019
Top Tips for Cabinet Refurbishing
Not everyone can afford to refurbish a whole kitchen. That is not necessarily bad news. In fact, the ROI on simply refurbising existing kitchen ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on April 2, 2019
4 Steps to Remediate Deferred Maintenance in Your Home
Deferred maintenance is the technical term for homeowners who postpone major home repairs for any reason. Whether it's due to a lack of funds or a ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on March 19, 2019
Avoid These Bad Home Improvements to Maintain Home Value
Some upgrades can improve the functionality and look of a home. However, not all home improvements offer a high ROI, and some actually serve to ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on February 12, 2019
What to Know Before Constructing a Home Addition
A home addition is a huge commitment. Not only will it permanently change the structure of the home. It will also involve significant costs, ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on February 5, 2019
5 Tips for Constructing a Deck
Taking on the installation of a deck can be an exciting (if daunting) prospect for home improvement - even if you choose a DIY project or hire a ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on January 30, 2019
High-ROI Bathroom Renovations
The majority of home buyers agree that a great bathroom is desirable in their new home. However, perhaps surprisingly, a renovated bathroom doesn't ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on October 31, 2018
High ROI Kitchen Renovations: What Home Buyers Look For
It's well known that many home buyers routinely seek out homes with nice kitchens. For this reason, Bayfield home sellers who want to sell their home ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on October 17, 2018
Important Tools to Have on Hand in a Home
A home tool kit is like having a home insurance policy. Small problems won't become major ones if you have the basic tools and know-how to fix ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on July 4, 2018
Does My Home Need More Insulation?
Insulation is one of the easiest ways homeowners can increase energy efficiency and comfort. Improving home insulation does not usually take a lot of ...
Posted by Ryan Poppe on May 2, 2018