Choosing Window Tinting: 4 Things to Consider

Glass tinting offers a solution to a range of problems. If you sometimes struggle with the glare of the sun on your TV or computer screen, if you are worried that direct sunlight could damage your household furnishings, or if you are worried about how energy efficient your home is, then window tinting could offer you a solution. Below is a guide to 4 things you should consider when deciding which type of window tinting to use on the windows of your home. Read More 

Lopping Your Trees and Nesting Birds: What You Need to Know

If you're considering lopping a tree on your property, there are a few key points that need to be considered. Even if you are in fact permitted to reduce the tree's size, there can be some downsides. Your garden might no longer be appealing to nesting birds, which is bad news for them. And of course, when they nest elsewhere, you are being deprived of their beauty. So what's the best way to lop or prune trees while still making them appealing to the local bird population? Read More 

4 Risks of DIY HVAC Piping Installation

Some DIY enthusiasts may wish to install AC pipework into a home extension without involving an expert. Such people may expose that ductwork to several risks of leaks and damage due to some mistakes that they may have made during that installation job. This article discusses some of those risks that may occur when a non-professional installs HVAC pipework. Perforation Damage Hobbyists may not know what they can do to protect pipework that is installed through frames of buildings close to the surface of the walls. Read More 

Avoid These Mistakes When Repairing Furniture Upholstery

If your furniture has suffered tears or other such damage, you may not need to get rid of it quite yet. Upholstery can typically be patched up, cleaned, or otherwise repaired so that it looks as good as new. If you decide to tackle this job on your own, note a few common mistakes to avoid so that the end result is as good as you expect and that the repair job lasts as long as possible. Read More 

Tips to Ensure Your Tin Roof Stays Cool

One of the most economical roofing supplies you could invest in for your home is tin. Not only is this material affordable, but it is also aesthetically appealing. Nevertheless, a major drawback of tin roofing supplies is that they have the propensity to absorb copious amounts of heat. This heat absorption may not cause you much concern during the cooler seasons, but you can find that your home is significantly uncomfortable during the summer. Read More