Winter Energy Savings: Water Heater Blankets

A water heater blanket is basically an insulated blanket used to wrap your hot water heater to help reduce heat loss. A hot water heater is nothing more than a tank used to hold and heat domestic hot water. Whether or not your at home consuming the hot water, the water heater needs to run to maintain.. read more →

Remodeling Ideas To Add Value To Your Home

Are you eager to renovate parts of your home but aren’t sure which projects will actually add value to it? Before you start ripping out walls or buying expensive faucets, learn which remodeling projects can actually pay you back when you decide to sell. Homeowners across the country are trying to increase the value of.. read more →

Chattanooga Fall Remodeling Specials

What do you do when your home doesn’t fit your lifestyle, your family size, your style and tastes any longer? Is this you? Your family situation has changed so you need more rooms or fewer rooms, different amenities and features to suit the way you live today. Your income has changed, now you can afford.. read more →

Preparing Your House For The Winter

For southerners, the words “winter is coming” brings joy to our ears. Not only is winter a break from the intense summer heat but also a break from high cooling costs. However, winter also means potentially higher heating costs. This is where insulating comes in to play. Here are some home insulating projects that can.. read more →

Has The Rough Weather Destroyed Your Roof?

Leaking roofs, poor drainage, and clogged gutters and downspouts can lead to significant water damage inside your home. To help determine if you need a new roof, your roofing contractor will conduct an outside and inside roof inspection. Inspecting a roof from outside is very simple. All that is needed is a pair of binoculars.. read more →

Chattanooga Room Additions

The size of your Chattanooga area home in comparison to those in your neighborhood is an important factor to consider before adding a room. If your home is one of the smaller or average sized houses in the neighborhood, then adding a room or rooms makes more sense than adding to a home which is.. read more →

Are You Ready To Remodel That Dated Space?

You invest in your home to improve livability first, not value. If you get more value in the process, consider it a bonus, but don’t make ROI your prime directive. Otherwise, you’ll end up like the potential client who came into my office a few years ago with a three-page, single-spaced typewritten (as in made with.. read more →

Transform a Room with Crown Molding

You don’t have to move walls to create a new look for a room. Thankfully, you can dramatically alter a decor by working with much more manageable details: moldings and trim. Along with paint color and window treatments, moldings represent the simplest way to add style and definition to any room. Crown molding bridges the junction between walls and ceiling, a prominent.. read more →

Save Money With A Programmable Thermostat

Heating and cooling accounts for more than 40 percent of the average home’s energy consumption. According to the EPA, installing a programmable thermostat in your home and using it properly can save you $180 in energy costs every year. That means a programmable thermostat can pay for itself over time, but the key is using the thermostat.. read more →

Removing Popcorn Ceiling – Easily Change The Look Of Your Home

Textured popcorn ceilings went out of style years ago, but many older homes—and some new ones—still have them. While taking down a textured ceiling is not that difficult, it is a messy job that requires hard work and special safety precautions. There are two potential problems that can turn removing a textured ceiling into a.. read more →