2015

Go Green & Recycle: 3 Building Materials To Consider

If you are considering building a house or need to replace the siding and roofing on your current house, have you thought about using recycled materials? This doesn’t have to mean that you’ll be scavenging old properties and buildings looking for suitable wood and other building materials to use. There are companies out there that use recycled materials such as wood, metal, and asphalt to develop new materials that are used in home construction.


3 Services For Spring Cleaning The Outside Of Your House

After a long winter, the outside of your house may look dirty and drab, and you may want to do something about it. If you do not have time, energy, or the right equipment, you may want to consider hiring these jobs out to a contractor. Once these three services are completed, your house will look great, and you may feel better about it. Gutter Cleaning The first service to get is gutter cleaning.


DIY: Create A Faux Window With Artificial Sunlight Using A Recycled Window Frame

Installing new windows can add life to a room, but sometimes, traditional windows simply aren’t an option, because either the wall is an interior one or you don’t own the property. But, that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a dark, dreary room. With a little creativity, you can transform your space with a delightful faux window complete with artificial sunlight. Choosing a Window Frame Choose a recycled window frame in a size and shape to complement your room.


6 Ways To Make Your Home Windows Safer For Your Autistic Family Member

Life with a child on the autism spectrum requires a lot of changes, but some of them are easier to forget than others. Making your home safer for an autistic child means replacing potential dangers with safer options. Even if you’ve already blocked off the outlets and found locking stove knobs, don’t forget to make these four changes to your windows too. Install Window Locks and Alarms The lure of the great outdoors leads many autistic children to slip away through a window or door and end up lost.