DIY. We all know the famous acronym, especially in the last few years as do-it-yourself projects have become prolific among millennials. Handling issues yourself can be economical, as well as confidence-boosting. When you install a ceiling fan for the first time, for example, you’ll want to point it out to each guest that enters your home as if it were a painting of that the President gave you. Well done, you! When it comes certain home repairs, you may want to call a professional to do it right, With many of the home repairs listed below, there are building codes that need to be met so that you can avoid a penalty when selling your house down the road. So read on to discover which home repairs you should let the pro’s fix. After all, you wouldn’t want the ceiling to cave in on the glorious ceiling fan of yours. [Read more…]
If you walk into your house and look down at your wood flooring and can’t help but notice how worn out they’re starting to look, it’s time to refinish your flooring! When you refresh hardwood flooring, it really changes the atmosphere of the house and can make your rooms feel cleaner and newer again. This procedure can be completed with family members, friends, or professional assistance depending on how much area you have to cover. Here is a step by step process to revitalize your wood floor. [Read more…]
One of the scariest thoughts that comes to mind during a scorching Arizona summer is that your air conditioner could break down at any moment. Because your air conditioning unit has been relatively dormant for the past six months, there’s a good chance that overusing it during summer will overwhelm it. Having a broken air conditioning system can take quite a while to repair when the service is in such high need through the months of May through August. Here is how to keep your a/c system well maintained and functioning for the upcoming warmer months of summer.