Thanksgiving isn’t cancelled, but like the rest of 2020 so far, it’s going to look a bit different this year. If you’re hosting the holiday this year, you may be wondering how you’ll celebrate with loved ones, without putting yourself and others at risk. We’ve put together some tips on how to get your home ready to host a socially distanced Thanksgiving.
Ice dams aren’t just something that happens in Arctic streams; ice dams on your roof can be very expensive. An ice dam is usually caused when there is a significant snowfall followed by very low temperatures. All of the snow on your roof will freeze. Then, heat rising from the living areas of your house will escape through the roof, melting some of the snow. The ice and snow near the edge of the roof will remain frozen. This creates a dam and melted snow collects behind it on the roof.
As a homeowner, you have enough to worry about day in and day out to also tackle big jobs such as painting. Whether it’s a single room or your whole house, it is best to let a professional firm handle the task for you.
Not sure what to add to your holiday wish list this year? How about some must have items that will make your home smarter? While home automation is still a new concept, homeowners are embracing this trend with open arms and fingerprint scans. From thermostats to house locks, your home can be made to respond to your voice, your fingerprint, or your smartphone. Not only is it a great idea, it's a perfect gift!
Choosing the right color for your bathroom can be quite a task. There are many options out there, and each direction could give a whole new vibe to your bathroom. The color of the bathroom walls and accessories can provide a sense of openness and space, or conversely, it can make your bathroom look classy and minimalistic. Read on to learn more about a few color ideas you may want to try.