Forget Wood! Here Are 3 More Durable Options For Your Deck's Railing

Wood is a traditional deck material, and much of the information you find online for building and maintaining a deck will deal with wood, including adding the railings to it. With all of the more durable and attractive materials available today, though, many homeowners opt to forego wood for its comparative weakness to the elements. If you want your deck's railings to be made from materials that can stand up to plenty of bad weather, you might be surprised how diverse your options still are. [Read More]

5 Toilet Upgrades You Can Install To Make Your Toilet Experience Better

The average person spends a year and a half of their lifetime on the toilet. As everyone needs to use the toilet, why not add a few upgrades to your home toilet? There are many different types of add-ons for your toilet available on the market today. Here are five different upgrades you can install on your own toilet. Dual-Flush Toilet There are no regulations in Canada limiting the amount of water that can be used per toilet flush, so you can choose a toilet that fits your needs. [Read More]

Shopping For A Chandelier? 3 Things You Should Consider Before Hitting The Stores

If you are looking for a way to add a little sparkle to your living or dining room, you might be in the market for a new chandelier. Unfortunately, if you start shopping before you understand the market, you might find yourself drowning in decisions. Here are three things you should consider before hitting the stores, so that you end up with a chandelier you will love forever: 1: Type [Read More]

What To Know About Insulation R-Values

Resistance value or R-value is how insulation is measured. It is an important tool for improving the effectiveness of the insulation throughout your house. If you are worried about the effeteness of the insulation in your house, check out these R-value facts, so you know how to reduce your energy costs.   R-Value Measures How Well Material Resists the Flow of Heat R-value is a tool that measures how well your insulation resists the transfer of heat. [Read More]