Increase The Value Of Your Home By Improving Your Driveway

When you first purchase a new home, it is easy to focus on improving the inside of your home first. After all, that is probably where you spend most of your time. After you have lived in your house for a few years, and done most of the necessary home improvements inside of your home, it is time to move outside. By improving the quality of both the inside and outside of your house, you will increase the value of your property and protect the initial investment you made when you purchased your home. [Read More]

Add Drama to Your Home with Paint

If you want to give a space in your home a fresh, unique look without the work and costs of a remodel, try adding color to the accents and trim of the room. Even simple changes, such as painting the molding or window sills can make a big difference in the perceived size and feel of your space. Try these clever suggestions to reap rewards without the labor and costs of major refurbishments: [Read More]

3 Myths About Air Conditioning That Could Cost You Money

There are many myths surrounding every aspect of air conditioning units ranging from how it functions to energy efficiency. Knowing the truth can not only save you money, but keep you from making a poor decision when it comes to cooling your home. Here are some of the most common myths about air conditioning.  1. Energy Efficient Units Automatically Save Money Ideally, when you purchase and install an energy efficient air conditioning unit, you will start to see your energy bills go down. [Read More]

How To Stop Dumpster Divers

Dumpster diving is a common way for people to save money by finding discarded objects they could put to good use. If you need to use a roll off dumpster, you might find dumpster divers looking through your garbage. While you might like it that your possessions are being put to good use, it can also be a hassle if someone is trespassing on your property to dive into your dumpster. [Read More]