Is it a good idea to install ceiling fans in almost every room in your house? You bet it is. There was barely any spring season to begin with in some states in America as hot summer days barreled in with a fury during the spring season. Now that it's July and the temperature is rising fast, you can expect that hotter days are not far behind. August heat will be marching in pretty soon, too.
If you're starting to shop for a home or if you've recently been looking into matters of home safety, you've probably come across some recommendations for radon testing. However, the information that gets tossed around about radon can be quite vague. If you have some questions or are not quite sure why you need to be concerned about radon in the first place, then take a look at the guide below.
Springtime is here, and with it, beautiful new bulbs and green growth from grasses and other vegetation has just begun to sprout from the ground. Along with new vegetation emerging from the soil, yard pests, such as insects and mice, will emerge from their hiding places and seek to enter your home or cause problems in your yard. Here are some recommendations to get your yard ready for summer by reducing and eliminating a number of common pests before they can become a bigger problem later on in the year.
A wide range of construction materials are available to homeowners looking to update their living space. With so many options to choose from, finding the right material can be a difficult task. Many homeowners are opting to incorporate limestone into their home's design.
Limestone is a unique and diverse material that can be used to help you achieve the look you desire within your own living space.
Limestone Is Versatile
Homes with masonry walls offer many benefits for their owners and occupants. Walls of rock and stone are durable, very strong, and even capable of adding additional insulation value to reduce heating and cooling bills.
In addition, homes with masonry walls often have better resale value and require less exterior maintenance. However, as masonry walls age, the mortar joints that hold the bricks, stones, or blocks together can begin to deteriorate.