Every Home Needs a Hobby Room

  • How To Raise The Roof (Literally!) And Have Some Fun!

    24 October 2016

    Usually, "raising the roof" means you are having a wild party. However, it can also mean that you are literally raising the roof of your home. Taking a closer look at the latter, let's see how you can literally raise your roof, but still have some fun doing it. Have People Over, Like a Barn Raising If you are going to attempt this project DIY, then you definitely need to invite some people to help.

  • Recreate Your Kitchen With These 3 Design Tips For Busy Families

    18 October 2016

    Creating a modern kitchen not only gives your food-prep and cooking space a lift, but the changes you make help solve space and function issues in other common rooms. Perhaps you have a formal dining room that's become a project area, or your home office space is not large enough to handle your personal working style. Before you begin you remodel, consider the following tips: Sleek means stealth storage Contemporary kitchen design leans toward the sleek and the minimalist with few fussy details.

  • Thin, Leaky Walls? You Can Insulate Them With Spray Foam

    5 October 2016

    If you live in an older home with thin walls, you might assume you're just doomed to shiver winters away forever. Even if you were to cram some insulation between those walls, you wouldn't be able to get enough in there to do much good anyways, right? Not necessarily. While insulating old, thin walls with fiberglass is indeed a challenge, there is another type of insulation that actually does this duty very well: spray foam.

  • Time To Plan The Holiday Gatherings: Helpful Tips To Avoid Plumbing Emergencies

    15 September 2016

    The holidays are just around the corner. It's time to start planning the family get-togethers. While you're busy making all of the arrangements, you might want to take a look at your plumbing. The last thing you want is to have an emergency plumbing issue that interrupts the festivities. Many plumbing problems that people experience during the holidays could actually be avoided with some careful planning. Here are some tips that will help you prevent plumbing problems during your holiday festivities.

  • 2 Things To Know Before You Wire An Outdoor Outlet

    25 August 2016

    If you want to have outdoor outlets at your home, for whatever reason, then you need to make sure that you have them installed correctly. For one thing, they will be exposed to the elements, and water and electricity don't mix. If water got into an outlet with no way to shut it down at the outlet, it could short out the system and cause a fire. If you are familiar with electrical work and decide that you can do the work on your own, there are things that you need to make sure that you know before you get started so that the outlets and wiring are installed correctly.

  • 3 Fun Ways To Promote Your Auto Shop On Your Building's Garage Doors

    5 August 2016

    Are you interested in using your auto shop's garage doors as promotional tools? Here are three fun ways to decorate your doors and increase customer interest in your services: Use Custom Stencils An excellent way to spruce your building's garage doors up while at the same time promoting your business is to decorate the doors with custom stencils and paint. Have your company logo and a mimic of your business sign turned into stencils at your local office supply store, printing shop, or graphic design studio.

  • Create A Custom Patio Cover For Your Tiny House Out Of Aluminum

    22 July 2016

    If you want to create a patio on the back of your tiny home, you need to be sure that you have a patio cover installed to ensure that you can get shade when you need it. When you own a tiny house, you need for everything to be as light as it can be, while still being durable. Use the guide below to learn how to use an aluminum patio cover on the outside of your tiny home to create the outdoor relaxation area you want quickly and easily.