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My Love of Remodeling

Hello I'm Risa Lee. When my husband and I bought our first home, it was with the intention of doing some major remodeling. We liked the basic floor plan, and it was cheap, but other than that, nothing was right about the house. It took us a while to get started because neither of us had the time or the knowledge. Finally, there was a summer when he had a three-week vacation. Instead of going on a trip, we used our time and money to finally get started on our remodel. To our surprise, we both fell in love with amateur construction! We have since bought and remodeled a few other homes because we love it so much. We're in no way professionals, but please feel free to join in our love and experience in basic construction. Maybe you will learn something!

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A Few Steps Involved In The Installation Of Plumbing In Your Shed

If you have a large shed you use for working on lawn tools or growing plants from seeds, you could probably use a water supply for washing your tools, watering plants, and washing your hands. You could run a hose from your house, but hooking up a faucet or sink would be a lot more convenient. Here's a look at a few things this would entail. Digging A Trench You can hook the pipes for your shed water into your home's plumbing system. Read More 

How To Ensure Your Quartz Countertops Are Installed Correctly

When you're talking about premium countertops, quartz is one of the materials that is ranked up there with the best. Although it's a fairly modern material, quartz has proven that it can match up to granite and, in some cases, even surpass it. However, one of the things that should be considered is that without proper installation, even the best countertop materials won't make a difference. If you're going all out on some quartz countertops, the best way to ensure you get your money's worth is to have them correctly installed. Read More 

2 Ways Your Wet Basement Is Damaging Your Home’s Structures

If you have noticed that your basement is showing small signs of water leakage, such as stains on the walls or even pools on the floor, you may feel as though you can put off having it looked at by a professional. However, there are two ways that your home's structures will suffer damage if you allow the problem with your wet basement to continue. 1.  Creates Cracks in Concrete Walls Read More 

Own Your Own Home? 3 Benefits of Encapsulating the Crawl Space

 If you own your own home, there are many improvements that you can make to it. One of these things is encapsulating your crawl space. Doing this offers you many benefits. Below is information about what crawl space encapsulation is, as well as three of these benefits. Crawl Space Encapsulation Crawl space encapsulation is placing a water- and airtight seal inside your crawl space. A barrier, which is generally made of polyethylene, is placed on the walls, floors, and ceiling. Read More