Bringing Your Home and Garden Into the 21st Century

Bringing Your Home and Garden Into the 21st Century

3 Simple Restoration Tips for Outdoor Teak Furniture

With the correct care plan, teak furniture can last up to 70 years, which this is why such furniture can stay in a home for generations. Teak furniture is particularly resistant to the elements such as rain, frost, and sun, and thus, can remain outdoors all year round. For this reason, teak furniture is ideal for patios, backyards, and poolside. You can buy neglected

Questions Many People Have About Using a Custom Homebuilder

Having a custom home built from the ground up can mean having a house that works for you in particular, with all the storage, electronic features, and eco-friendly choices you've always wanted in a home. You can also create a design that will work as the years go by, such as having the master bedroom on the first floor so that you don't need to use stairs once you get

Two Ways to Make Your Home Look and Feel More Spacious

If most or all of the rooms in your home look small and cramped, here are two things you can do to make them look and feel more spacious. De-clutter Large amounts of clutter on every surface of a room can make it seem far smaller than it really is, as an excessive number of items tends to create a crowded and cramped look. Given this, one of the simplest and least exp

Three Low-Cost Privacy Screen Ideas for DIY Enthusiasts

Summer is approaching fast, and you have not yet decided what type of privacy screen you will put up on your patio…what do you do? While privacy screens keep prying eyes away, it does not mean that you should close your patio completely. Privacy screens are supposed to maintain privacy and, at the same time, allow a fresh breeze into the deck during hot days. Nonethel

Internal Or Extenal Shutters: Which One Should You Choose?

Summer is not too far away in Australia, so now is the perfect time to have shutters fitted on your home as one way of keeping your energy costs down during the upcoming hottest days of the year. You already know that shutters help to reflect the sunlight, so your home remains cooler, and that means you don't need to run the air conditioning so often. However, you are