Articles — DIY & Renovation

When to DIY and When to Call a Professional

The decision to start a home DIY project is often difficult to make, with so many factors influencing your thoughts, such as truly understanding the difference between simple projects such as assembling or making your own shelves and larger, more difficult ones like renovating your bathroom, but when push comes to shove, we’re here to help you make that decision!

Handling Tempered Glass Properly

When it comes to home improvement, there’s a good chance that you’ll come across tempered glass. A stronger, safer version of regular glass that’s built to take some hits, and when it actually does shatter, it forms small, granular pieces in order to avoid injuring anybody around it. Designed to withstand temperature changes as well, you’ll often find glass like this used in showers, balconies, and cars everywhere.

DIY Home Improvement: Knowing What It Takes to Do It Right

The phrase “There’s room for improvement” has never been truer than for most households today. Leaky faucets, creaking floorboards, uneven shelves and inefficient storage spaces are only a few of the issues that plague our homes, and while it’s easy to dismiss them, the effect that they have on your day to day life is larger than you’d think.

Frameless Glass Pool Fence Buying Guide: Choosing your Spigots

A frameless glass fence is an ideal solution to keeping the pool safe while maintaining a continuous view of the entire outdoor area. Frameless glass fences are gaining popularity due to lower costs and the ease of installation – you could do it yourself if you are so inclined, to save on professional construction fees. All that is required are glass panels and spigots. A spigot is a metal peg anchored to the ground while allowing the glass panel to be suspended slightly above ground. Properly installed, the spigots hold the fence securely in place without the need for posts or frames.