Ls And Us And Horseshoes --- 4 Kitchen Layouts And How To Choose

When designing your new home, getting the right kitchen for your style is important. The kitchen is not only a place most homeowners spend a lot of time in, it often turns into an entertainment space, a gathering area and a way to draw in potential buyers down the road. So, which kitchen layout is right for you? Here are the 4 most popular layouts and what they bring to the home. [Read More]

Bounce-House Rental Safety 101: A Guide For New Customers

There are a lot of things you can do to liven up a kid's outdoor birthday party, but there are few inclusions that will bring as much entertainment as bounce houses and inflatables. From castle-shaped inflatables where kids can jump to their heart's content to huge inflatable slides and obstacle courses, these entertainment rentals are bound to make your child's birthday party one of the most memorable. However, there are a few safety rules that you should know as a first-time customer if you plan to include inflatables or bounce houses at your little one's bash. [Read More]

Questions To Ask A Friend Who Recommends A Contractor

When it comes to finding a contractor to hire for work around your home, there are multiple ways of getting paired up with the right individual. While you can read reviews on the Internet, look for ads posted at your local home improvement store and even watch for contractors' trucks around your community, one of the best methods is to get honest referrals from your friends and neighbors who have recently had work done. [Read More]

Three Ways In Which Trees Can Interfere With New Construction And How To Fix The Problem

Adding on to your house, constructing a new garage or even putting in a new fence can be very exciting. You are changing and enhancing your home and property for maximum value, attractiveness and comfort. However, if you have several large trees in your yard, they could be in the way of completing the projects you want to finish. Here are three ways in which trees can interfere with new construction and how you can help fix the problem before your contractor begins work. [Read More]