Posts Tagged‘diy’

DIY Anything

You know your four-legged friend better than anyone, so why leave their treats and toys up to someone else to make? Look no further for incredible ideas for entertaining, treating, and keeping your little love cozy. Rover.com has created a great place for you to dive in, starting with five fantastically fun, sweet, and easy tricks that are light on extra money and time. Tire pet bed Grab an old tire that’s too worn out to drive with. Scrub well with soap and water, then let dry. If desired, color with spray paint. Once the paint has dried, attach felt…

4 Home Projects You Can’t See But Must Do

When we think of home improvement projects, we often think of big renovations like adding a room or a porch. But the parts of your home that are not immediately visible are just as important to keep in shape. Here is a list of some of the most important and yet invisible home improvements any homeowner should look into. Replace the Furnace One thing that people definitely notice when they step into a new place is the quality of the climate control. If your home is too hot or too cold, it won’t really matter how many nice amenities or…

3 Home Projects You Should Never DIY

Your property is in need of repairs and maintenance. You’ve done your assessment, and the estimates are a bit steep. You may wonder, “Why not save some money by doing some of these myself?” Some fixer-uppers look easy enough, but some home projects are ones you should never try DIYing. DIY Is Not as Easy as You Think Undertaking certain types of renovations yourself can put you at risk of serious injury or death. The National Safety Council (NSC) has highlighted circumstances that can cause death in an odds of dying chart that notes high probable causes of death, some of which can…

Changes in the Bi-folding Door Market

Photo by CC user 90243602@N02 on Flickr Bi-folding doors have been driving the improvement and use of aluminium products in the home improvement sector. In the past decade, the doors seem to have become more desirable with homeowners, with more and more consumers seeing the long-term benefits of the door to their home and lifestyle, rather than just the initial cost. As is expected when the demand for any product gone up, so do the number of companies manufacturing them, and the amount of options. As a consequence, it is now very difficult to decide which door might be the best…