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 

3 Reasons To Replace Your Commercial Fuse Box With A Breaker Box

If your commercial building is old, there's a good chance that it still has a fuse box. Although you might not have had too many problems with your fuse box over the past few years, you shouldn't assume that you don't need to replace it. Fuse boxes are terribly outdated and can cause a lot of problems. Luckily, a good commercial electrician can come in and replace your fuse box with a breaker box, and the project isn't even as complicated or expensive as you probably think. Read More 

Custom Temporary Painting Your Glass Shower Doors

Do you feel the need to change things around in your home quite often? Do you have glass shower doors in your bathroom? You can use those glass shower doors to change up your bathrooms for very little money and some fun time spent with a paint brush. Choosing the Paint Your first thought may be to go out and buy acrylic paints that are made for glass, but if you plan to remove the paint, this is not a good choice. Read More 

Keeping Your Construction Site Operating Through Bad Weather

If you're a general contractor, one of the biggest challenges you may face on a daily basis is how unpredictable the weather can be. Pushing through the rain, cold and snow may slow you and your crew down but it shouldn't put a halt to your construction project. Here are a few ways that you can keep your construction site operational during cold winter months when weather can be treacherous and unpredictable: Read More 

Moisture Is Collecting Inside My Windows In Winter: Should I Be Concerned?

Condensation is a common problem on the inside of windows in winter time. As a homeowner, you may find it troubling to see an unexplained build-up of water inside your home--even if it only takes the form of a thin layer of moisture. However, condensation on windows does not necessarily point to a larger problem. Understanding the causes of condensation inside the windows as well as the signs of trouble can help you prevent any problems, and may prevent needless worry. Read More