Giving A Cheap Novelty Gift For A Housewarming Party
30 November 2016
If one of your friends just became a new homeowner, and they have decided to host a get-together to show off their new property, it is customary to bring along a gift in celebration of their new endeavor as an owner of a new house. When money is tight, finding a respectable gift without spending a lot can be a bit difficult. Here are some great cheap novelty gift ideas you can contemplate in giving to your friend to show your happiness in their new prospect with an item that is usable and able to be displayed with pride.
Properly Caring For A Precast Stone Fireplace Mantel
10 November 2016
If you just purchased a new home with a fireplace in your living room, and your mantel is constructed of precast stone, caring for it properly will be an important task in order to keep it looking its best. Simple maintenance steps to a precast stone mantel will ensure it does not suffer from staining, excessive debris build-up, or a damaged appearance. Here are some tips you can use to keep your stone mantel in the best possible condition so it enhances your fireplace beautifully.
Four Goops And Goos To Have On Hand If You Plan On Tackling DIY Plumbing Projects
13 October 2016
Small plumbing tasks, such as caulking in a sink or replacing a faucet, can often be tackled without the help of a plumber. However, your results will only be as good as the materials you use. In order to ensure your DIY plumbing attempts are successful, keep the following goopy, gooey products on hand and know how to use them.
Also sold as "thread paste," this substance comes in a jar with a brush on the lid.
Fall Is Coming...And So Are The Pests
15 September 2016
The arrival of fall means that pests are moving into your home. The best way to keep pests from taking over your home is to take action before the weather starts to cool down. Here are some tips that you and your family can put to use to keep pests out of your home.
Check and repair the weatherstripping. Weatherstripping not only helps to keep cool and warm air from entering your home, but it also helps to keep pests out.