The rising prices of lumber and labor make fences a big investment. While they remain a great way to spruce up your curb appeal or enclose areas, they do not last forever.
If you are going to be shelling out a lot of cash for new fencing, it is important to make sure your fence lasts. Luckily for you, there are many ways to keep your fence looking as good as new.
Everyone dreads home and vehicle upkeep, especially in the cold winter months. But maintaining your home and car is even more important this time of year.
Tough molds like mildew thrive in wet weather and cold conditions similar to those found in the mountains of western North Carolina. During the winter months, molds can spread quickly, so you can not let your guard down.
Painting your house is a great way to refresh, improve, and increase the value of your home. But we all know what a difficult and time-consuming task painting is, no matter the size of your home or what you’re painting. You’ll have to plan this out, clean your house, maybe make some repairs, and more before it’s actually time to paint.
Known as a relatively affordable and high-quality wall coating, stucco has become a popular choice for homeowners and businesses alike. When compared to alternatives such as standard siding and brick or stone walls, stucco stands out as a versatile decorative coating that is a good choice for ceilings and walls, both interior and exterior.
However, the textured surface stucco has become known for notoriously accumulating dust, dirt, and debris over time. This means your once beautiful wall coating may quickly become a dirt-streaked and mildew-covered mess.
Is your home needing to be spruced up? There are many ways to achieve this, you could get outside and do some landscaping, rearrange furniture, buy new decor, or if you really want to give your home a facelift, a fresh coat of paint could change everything.
A new coat of paint could be exactly what your home needs to help it look good as new. But painting your home is actually a lot more work than you may imagine. The prep work, process, and clean-up are big jobs, and a misstep could cost you many hours and a lot of money.
Today we will discuss the dos and don’ts of house painting to help prepare you for the big job.