How to Build a Laundry Room in Your Garage


Is space at a premium in your home and you’re wondering if perhaps you could use part of your garage as a place to install your washer and dryer? If so, it’s better if you aren’t using your garage for too much more than storing your vehicle during the cold season. And of course, the garage should be reasonably clean. So here are a few tips to help you plan and execute the conversion.
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Your garage door can knock the socks off your neighbors this Halloween!


It’s almost that time of year, when we see ghosts and goblins come down the street in search of tricks or treats. Increase their enjoyment by decorating the front of your house and adding to the atmosphere. It will make a memorable evening for all!
 
Lots of people put up Halloween decorations, but did you ever consider using your garage door as a blank slate for your creations? It doesn’t take a big budget to get the scary look you want. Use your imagination and some homemade decorations, like rigid foam cutouts, old clothes, duct tape, etc. Decorative lights or projections and appropriate music can top it all off!
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6 of the top home improvements trends this year


Maybe the time has come to update your home’s exterior, giving it a makeover to improve its looks and thus curb appeal. Recent research from Texas Tech University has plainly shown that enhancements to the outside of a home can boost its value up to 17%.

But which improvements will give you the best return on your investment?
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How do the preferences of Canadian homebuyers influence the type of construction in Canada?


In 2015, the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) conducted a survey of 12,000 Canadians to learn their preferences, whether they were planning on buying a house or making major renovations to their current home. The results are surprising people in the construction industry. Homeowners are more informed than ever thanks to the Internet and, in this context, it is important to understand their expectations.

The word “space” is used often either in speaking about condominiums or single-family homes: storage space, walk-in closets, spacious kitchen pantries, outdoor space flowing naturally from the kitchen and a large garage… Read More

Do I Need a Permit to Renovate My Garage?

Do I Need a Permit to Renovate My Garage
Customizing your home is exciting. And since your garage is often a key storage and project space, you may be thinking of upgrading it to make it more user friendly. Whether you need any paperwork before you start your renovations depends on what changes you intend to make.
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Last Minute Gift Ideas for Your Crafty Partner

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Getting a gift that you know your partner will appreciate for Valentine’s Day can be difficult. Finding that perfect gift can be next to impossible.

If your loved one happens to enjoy crafts, they will appreciate gifts that make it easier for them to enjoy their hobby and create fantastic results.

Here are some sure-fire, last-minute gifts that your crafty partner will love.
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