Two Landscaping Changes To Make In Texas Drought Zones

Posted on: 10 January 2017

In the state of Texas, there is nothing predictable when it comes to winter. One moment temperatures will be in the 70s, and the next day there can be snow flurries. Texas is a dry state, and this includes during the winter months. As a new resident of Texas who is keen to make home landscaping changes before spring growth begins, making changes to allow for irregular rain patterns will save you both money and stress. [Read More]

Understanding The Different Decorative Concrete Materials Available

Posted on: 3 January 2017

One of the ways you can enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of your home is by adding decorative concrete around the exterior of your home. In addition, if after inspecting your concrete, you notice there are cracks, scaling, or pop-outs within the surface, consider adding decorative concrete touches instead of keeping it simple. Consider adding materials such as brick or flagstone to add texture to the concrete around your home. There is also concrete flatwork material available in a variety of textures, materials, and shapes that you can use for decorative concrete as well. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Refinish Your Bathtub Instead Of Replacing It

Posted on: 3 January 2017

If your tub is starting to show signs of wear and tear and age -- such as if it's discolored or stained -- then you might assume that your only option is replacing it. However, if you hire a professional to come in and refinish it, you can make it look great again without having to buy a new bathtub. These are a few reasons why you might want to consider this option instead of replacing your tub. [Read More]

Tips To Manage Humidity In The Home

Posted on: 15 December 2016

Humidity in the home can be a real problem. The constant state of high moisture can lead to mold and mildew problems, which in turn can cause structural damage, damage to textiles, and breathing problems. High humidity can also be just plain uncomfortable. The following tips can help you manage the humidity in your home. Tip #1: Install ventilation fans Anywhere that produces moisture should have a fan that vents to the outside of the home. [Read More]