surviving home renovation projects
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surviving home renovation projects

Home remodeling is an exciting and horrifying thing to go through. Yes, you want everything to look as you want it to, but do you really want to go through the process to make it look that way? Probably not. My blog is all about surviving a renovation project in your home. You will learn tips that will make it an easier process for your entire family. I have even included some easy to follow instructions for creating a make-shift kitchen to help you survive kitchen renovations without getting to know the pizza delivery guy more than you should.


surviving home renovation projects

  • 6 Safety Features Your Front Door Must Have

    21 October 2015

    When you're selecting a new entry door for your home, it's important to look beyond curb appeal and consider how well it can protect your home from intruders. Exterior doors come in many styles and price ranges. They also come with different degrees of security. Here are some features every front door needs to do its job. A solid core. Determined intruders can kick through a hollow core door. Make sure the door is at least 1 1/2 inches thick for the best protection.

  • How To Fix A Broken Tile From Your Kitchen Floor

    20 October 2015

    If you have a broken tile in your kitchen, then don't fret. With the correct tools you can easily fix the problem. It will take a bit of planning, but once everything is assembled, you can complete the task in less than one hour. Parts List The first list of parts are easy to get. They don't have to be particular to your kitchen tile, so you can find them in any home improvement store.

  • Pros And Cons Of Installing A Hopper Window

    16 October 2015

    Hopper windows are small, wide windows with a single pane that cranks either outside or inside the home to open. The hopper typically doesn't open all the way so that the pane doesn't bang down against the wall. These small windows are great in areas with little space or in need of a little extra ventilation. But there are some other pros—and cons—you should consider before selecting a hopper while purchasing replacement windows.

  • Three Tips on Upgrading Your Kitchen with New Cabinets

    15 October 2015

    When it comes to conducting a remodeling job on your home, you need to put your money and attention toward aspects that matter the most. You can typically never go wrong with remodeling a kitchen, because kitchens and bathrooms are high value upgrades that will help you to sell or build equity in a home. Installing new cabinets is an excellent way to provide value for your kitchen remodel. In that respect, read the information below so that you are able to make the most of such a task.

  • Installing Your Own Flashing? Follow These 3 Tips

    14 October 2015

    A common way that a roof will leak is due to faulty flashing located around items that protrude, such as the chimney and ventilation stack. That's why it is so important that your roof's flashing has been correctly installed. If you are replacing your roof, performing maintenance, or constructing a brand new home, make sure to follow these 3 flashing installation tips. Selecting Flashing That You Can Braze or Solder