While plastic laminate countertops are durable and inexpensive, in the past they haven’t been considered the most attractive material around. All that has changed, due to the introduction of some impressive new plastic laminate patterns and edge profiles that are hard to distinguish from real stone. Read on to find out more.
Whether you’re into natural cornstalks and scarecrows, kid-friendly smiling goblins, or ghoulish ghosts; Halloween offers an opportunity to pull out all the decorating stops. Read on for some helpful hints on how to turn your house into the spookiest haunt in the neighborhood.
I’ve remodeled a lot of bathrooms over the years, from ones with dated pink tile to historic homes still sporting the original claw-foot cast iron tub. When planning a bathroom renovation for your home, start by considering whether you can get by with sprucing up what you have, or if you need to start over from scratch.
This year, I’m pretty well set for Halloween, and it’s all authentic! There are spiderwebs in the door frames, crackling leaves on the walkway, and creepy shadows cast by bare branches in the streetlights. Inside my house, I’ve got creaking floors, flickering lights, and of course, the Hallows Eve Guest of Honor: the Old Spice Ghost.
I’ve been slowly converting my house to be as maintenance-free as possible, and one of the best moves was to cut into a piece of the plastic pie and install vinyl over all the wood surfaces outside. Read on to find out why I’m glad I did!
[Sponsored by Plastics Make It Possible] Whether you’re eco-renovating or simply looking for easy ways to save energy, plastics help make it possible. Plastic foam insulation, vinyl windows and siding, plastic weather stripping and caulks, plastic roofing tiles can help you save energy and reduce your home’s environmental footprint.