The Main Causes of Damage to Your Safe & How to Protect It

You will usually hear about the things that can damage the contents of your safe. And while that's important, you also have to protect the safe itself. The greatest threat to the integrity of the safe is from impacts and intentional damage. Know the Main Causes of Damage 1. Impacts: Impacts are any blunt force applied to the safe. This can come from the safe falling or an object striking the safe. Read More 

Common Questions About Pipe Repairs

While there are many simple plumbing issues you can tackle yourself, such as removing most clogs and tightening leaky faucets, fixing a leaky or cracked pipe is an involved task that's often best left to a plumber. Still, it's important for homeowners to know a bit about pipe repairs, so they can determine when to call a plumber and what to expect when he or she arrives. Here's a look at a few common questions about pipe repairs, as well as their answers. Read More 

Care Instructions For Granite Countertops

Granite countertops turn your bathrooms and kitchens into elegant rooms filled with luxury. Available in shades of tan, gray, black, purple, red and green, there is a lot to choose from when it comes to granite countertops. Granite is a natural stone that is very durable and can last a long time, but it also needs careful cleaning and maintenance: Keeping Your Countertops Clean The first thing to know is how to keep your granite countertops clean. Read More 

3 Tips For Demolishing Debris In Your Home

In an effort to save on home remodeling projects, many homeowners are opting to do their own demolition. Some do-it-yourselfers quickly discover that it is more than just tearing down things and throwing them away. Here are some tips for safely and efficiently doing demolition at your home.  Change Your Thinking of Demolition One mistake that homeowners make when they first start a renovation project is thinking of demolition as being separate from the entire project. Read More 

Creative Color Combinations For Your Bathroom

Color is one of the first things you notice in a room. This is especially true if the room features unusual or creative color schemes. Complementary color palettes feature hues on the opposite sides of the color wheel. Triadic palettes, on the other hand, offer three colors equidistant to each other on the wheel. Select a complementary or triadic color scheme for a creative update in your bathroom. Nautical Theme Read More