Making Your Home More Secure: Options For You

The world is an ever-changing place. And because crime is a serious concern all across the nation, it is no wonder that home security is one of the biggest concerns you have when it comes to home improvement. There are many different ways that you can go about updating and improving the security in your home. All you need to do is get a few ideas of how to get the process started and you will have a home that makes you feel safer and more in control of your family's security in the future. [Read More]

Three Ways To Quickly Make A Yard More Appealing To Home Buyers

If you're trying to sell your home, but a less-than-perfect yard is turning away potential buyers before they even get in the door, it's time to take action. You don't have to spend thousands to completely make over your backyard. Here are three little changes and updates that will make your yard more appealing to buyers. You should be able to complete these changes in a single weekend, so you move ahead with finding a buyer. [Read More]

Want Unique Curb Appeal? Use Pallets To Create Custom Shutters

If you are a new homeowner, you probably want people to look at your home and be amazed at what you've done with it as they drive by. One way that you can add curb appeal to your home is with custom shutters. You can have someone make them for you, or you can build some yourself using pallets. This guide explains the easy steps needed to accomplish this task. [Read More]

From Solid To Striped - Converting Your Drapes To Have A Whole New Look

If you want to change the entire look of a room by switching up your curtains, you don't have to buy new ones! Consider saving some money by adding stripes to your drapes in a complementary color. Here are some instructions for you to use to change your drapes from a solid color to striped without it being a permanent change.  Materials You Will Need Cotton twill material  Measuring tape Scissors Straight pins Fusible fabric webbing Ribbon in same color as twill material Iron Measuring The Material [Read More]