Common Myths About Whole House Fans

One of the appliances that homeowners like to install in order to keep cool is a whole house fan, and there's no doubt that these fans are excellent to have, even if you already have an air conditioner. The fans help circulate air and, in many circumstances, seriously reduce the need to run an air conditioner in areas where the electrical grid might be under strain. However, like any home appliance or fixture, the fans have a number of myths swirling about them. Read More 

4 Tips To Extend Your Interior Design To The Borders Of Your New Outdoor Living Space

When creating an outdoor living space, it is important to consider the design just as you would the interior design of your home. The outdoor living space is to be an extension of the interior design inside your home and be just as comfortable.  You want to consider features light decor and furniture that you use for outdoor living spaces. Here are some tips that will help you extend the interior design of your home to the new outdoor living space you are creating: Read More 

Use A Wishing Well As A Plant Holder And Decorative Piece For Your Outdoor Dining Area

A wishing well is a decorative item that can be used as a plant holder and that will add charm to a corner of your property. If you're looking at garden decor for sale, use the tips below to select a wishing well and add one of your favorite plant varieties to the well's bucket attachment.  Select A Well And Install It On Your Property Before purchasing a well, determine how you will utilize the decoratie piece once it is installed on your land. Read More 

Two Places To Add Insulation

If you have a home that is already built and finished, but you still want to add insulation, there are many ways to go about it. There are many points in your house that can definitely benefit from adding insulation after the fact. This article looks at a few ways that homeowners can add insulation to some of the most vital parts of their home. Window Insulation The windows are always going to be one of the most vulnerable components in your house when it comes to heat loss and transfer. Read More 

Do You Meet with Clients at Your Home Business? 3 Tips to Create a Professional Impression

Your home business offers you the best of both worlds since you can manage a career without having to deal with a long commute that interferes with your productivity. Yet, things can get a little sticky when it comes to hosting meetings with clients. After all, your home is a living space, and it's hard to avoid those everyday messes that interfere with keeping up appearances. Fortunately, you can use these tips to create an environment at your home office that leaves a good impression on every client who walks through the doors. Read More