How To Make Sure You Choose The Right Drywall For Your Next Project

Posted on: 13 February 2019

Did you know that there are different types of drywall? While it is true that the drywall is made of the same material for the most part, there are differences between them that can determine your project's quality. Now, when it comes to selecting drywall, there are ultimately three main things that set drywall materials apart from one another. These three things are outlined below and will help ensure that you choose the right material for your next drywall project. [Read More]

Two Tips To Help You Add A Little Character To Your Home

Posted on: 31 December 2018

In an age where so many houses all seem to look just like each other, it's normal to want to step away from the pack. Cookie-cutter homes have their advantages because they make it easy for construction crews to erect entire neighborhoods in a relatively short period of time. The only problem is that these houses leave little room for you to express yourself and create a unique space that really reflects who you are. [Read More]

Why Build A Custom Fireplace In Your Home?

Posted on: 22 November 2018

You want to make a few changes inside your home to make the space more livable and fun. You have a wood burner or fireplace in your home already, but the wood burning appliance is old and dated. You don't even remember the last time you used the unit to heat your home, but the unit is a focal point in your living area and it's become an eyesore. You can revamp your fireplace by having a custom fireplace installed to replace the current unit in your home. [Read More]

6 Bath Renovation Trends To Get You Excited For A Remodel

Posted on: 4 October 2018

Performing bathroom renovations should be an exciting moment, but you'll also likely want to study up on what's going in the industry before you get started. These 6 bathroom remodeling trends will give you something to think about as you approach your project. Rustic and Natural Looks Bringing a feeling of the outdoors inside is becoming a popular choice, with rough wood finishes for cabinet becoming a focal point of many bathrooms. [Read More]