5 Tips For Matching Paint And Tiles

Whether you are painting in your bathroom, kitchen, or a tiled entryway, there may come a time in your painting job when you will want to find a paint color that either matches or complements your tile selection. If you are working in a room that has both tile and painted areas, you should keep the following tips in mind for the best results.  Select Your Tile First  If you are tiling a small section and painting a larger section, you may be tempted to select your paint color first. [Read More]

Tips For Using A Rented Concrete Pump Truck In Cold Weather

If you are interested in building your own home from the foundation up, then you should understand that you will need a great deal of concrete to form the foundation. Renting a concrete pump truck is one good way to mix and place all of the concrete you need within a single day. But if you want to start the building process during the fall or winter months, then the outside temperatures probably are not going to be warm. [Read More]

5 Steps To Doing DIY Deck Renovations On A Budget

With wood decks, one of the problems that you are going to have is that it is eventually going to need replacement or renovations. Thankfully, often simple repairs and renovations can help you renew your deck, which can include reinstalling new decking, repairing the structure and updating problems like joists with too long of spans. Here are some of the steps that you are going to need to take to complete your DIY deck renovations: [Read More]

3 Ways To Keep Roof Trusses In Good Condition

If you are planning to add to your home, or construct a garage or playhouse, you will likely need to invest in some wood trusses to help shape your roofline. Storing these trusses can be a challenge if you aren't used to maintaining them, so taking the time to learn a few pointers before your wood trusses arrive can be beneficial. Here are three things you need to do to ensure your trusses are in good condition when you are ready to use them in the future. [Read More]