Month: January 2021

3 Easy Outdoor Upgrades That Give a Home Great Curb Appeal

Feeling like your home doesn’t stand out from the rest of the neighborhood? If your property could use a little cosmetic update, then it’s time to invest in some curb appeal projects. Here are three easy outdoor upgrades that give the exterior of your house some additional character and charm. 1. Install New Siding Siding […]

Space-saving tips for small New York City apartments

It’s true that NYC apartments are generally smaller – and more expensive. However, this doesn’t change the fact that you are living in one of the most incredible locations on our planet. As more and more people want to live here, they are facing the challenge of small living spaces. Luckily, this won’t be a […]

7 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Roof

Understanding the warning signs of a failing roof can help you to determine when it’s time to seek repair or replacement help. Here are some of the telltale signs that your roof needs immediate replacement. Buckled Or Curled Shingles If you’re starting to notice the signs that your shingles or curling or buckling, this is […]

Reasons To Go Solar In Your First Home

Solar panels can be an outstanding option for your first home, especially if you are a homeowner that is interested in saving money. If you are purchasing your first home and you are looking for ways that you can save on your utility costs, look into solar panel installation. Here are some reasons to go […]

How to Choose the Right Pouf for Your Home

If you are searching for an almost tiny and comfortable seat you can add to your home, consider getting a pouf. Better yet, choose a few as they have tremendous benefits for your outdoor or indoor space. In this article, we discuss what you need to know concerning poufs. What is a pouf? A pouf […]

Four Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Congratulations! You’re finally moving into your brand-new home. Whether you are moving out of your family home or simply moving and renovating, it is great to have a fresh start and a blank palette to make your new space your own. Moving to a new house can be tricky, especially if you’re still currently stuck […]

Do You Have Indoor Air Pollutants In Your Home

As cooler weather approaches The Bay Area, homeowners are getting ready to “seal” their homes off from the outside until Spring arrives (hopefully sooner than later).  While sealing your home off from sometimes cold and rainy winters, it also means that you are sealing in your indoor air.  It’s a fact that indoor air pollutants […]