Never Settle for a Home You Don't Love

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Never Settle for a Home You Don't Love

When I was finally ready to purchase my first home after I graduated from college and found a stable job, I was on a tight budget. I settled for a house that was "good enough" for the time-being, but knew that in the future I would move to a larger one. Once I met my wife and she moved in, we thought about moving but loved the location of our home and had made great friends with the neighbors. For years, we thought we had "to settle" with the home we had since we didn't want to move, but recently, we decided to have several of our rooms remodeled. We are now in love with our home and think everyone should live in a home they love! We decided to start a blog to share what we learned about home construction and remodeling during the process!

Latest Posts

New AC Installation Considerations
2 December 2020

As a homeowner, you may ultimately come to a point

Air Conditioning Maintenance To Ensure Your A/C Makes It Through The Winter Months
2 December 2020

Your air conditioner served you well all summer, a

3 Ways Winter Can Affect Your Automatic Doors
2 December 2020

Automatic doors have become a major feature in com

Complications That Can Happen With Water Pump Systems
12 October 2020

Water pumps are designed to move water to certain

Paving Your Home's Driveway With Concrete
19 August 2020

The driveway is one of the areas of your property

3 Tips To Turn Your Property Into A Smart Home

In today's age of connected devices, everything from your home heating system to your front door can be wired up and controlled electronically. However, many people still don't fully understand how to upgrade their property from a traditional property to a smart home. To help you on the right path, consider the three tips below: Make Sure to Plan Your Wireless Connections One of the main changes you'll need to make in your old property in order to turn it into a smart home is to integrate wireless technology throughout the house. Read More 

Tips To Help You Restore Your Home’s Wood Window Frames After Dry Rot Damage

Wood framed windows on your home give your home a more traditional look while increasing the insulation of your home's windows to keep your home cooler during the summer and warmer in the winter. When your window frames become damaged from moisture and dry rot, it can cost less to repair the window frames rather than replacing them. Here are some instructions to help you repair your wood window frames. Read More 

Dirty Dog Baths: 3 Mistakes To Avoid In The Bathtub

A mud puddle may be a dog's best friend, but it can quickly turn into your worst nightmare. Many dogs love to get dirty, and it's your duty as an owner to properly clean them up. The bathtub may seem like the best place to clean a dog, but cleaning a dog in the bathtub needs to be done the proper way to help avoid any disasters. If your dog baths are not planned properly, then you may end up dealing with a lot of different plumbing problems. Read More 

How To Be Prepared For A Fire–Wherever You Are

When you're at home, you may rest easy knowing your smoke detectors are working fine and you have an emergency plan all set in case the unthinkable happens--but are you prepared for the dangers of a fire when you're away from home? Fire safety might be the last thing on your mind when you're focused on a big project at work or planning your next fun-filled family vacation, but it never hurts to be prepared. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know Before You Build A Horse Barn

Believe it or not, owning a horse is rewarding for several reasons, which includes increased physical activity, decreased stress levels, companionship, and improved digestion. Considering how beneficial your horse is to you, you should do your best to ensure the majestic creature's health and safety. The best place to start when it comes to your horse's health, happiness, and security is with a barn. Of course, there are some things you need to know before you get to work constructing a barn. Read More