Four Less Obvious Places In Your Home Where You Should Consider Using Hardwood Flooring

Whether you're building new construction, doing a major renovation, or simply upgrading your home, flooring is always a major choice. While hardwood may be a no-brainer in the living room or dining room, there are actually many other areas of the house where you should consider using it. Read on to learn where and why. Laundry Room Many people are squeamish about putting hardwood in a laundry room, and yet they use it without a thought in their kitchens. [Read More]

How To Secure Your Company's Sliding Doors When You Close For The Night

As a business owner, you probably love having sliding glass doors in your business. Sliding glass doors can be very convenient and inviting for your customers, but you might worry that they are also convenient and inviting for potential thieves after you lock your doors for the night. Your fear of your company being broken into shouldn't cause you to rethink your sliding doors, however. Instead, follow these tips to help keep your sliding doors secure. [Read More]

4 Tips For Maintaining Your Safe

Often safe owners believe that if they don't do much with their safe, then it doesn't need any maintenance or additional care. The reality, however, is that even if you only open your safe once a year, you still need to do some basic maintenance. Failing to perform basic care means that the safe can start to develop problems that may make it difficult or impossible to open. Here are some tips to help you perform the right maintenance for your safe. [Read More]

Tricks For Painting Beautiful Baseboards

Neatly painted baseboards can help make your interior painting job look professionally executed, while poorly painted baseboards can make your entire room look slipshod and messy. Knowing how to paint your baseboards properly is an important part of doing your own interior painting.  Lay Tarps Tape plastic tarps to the floor beneath the baseboards. In rooms with carpet, line the carpet where it meets the baseboard with painter's tape, then use  a putty knife to tuck the tape under the baseboard. [Read More]