Upgrading your home with a remodeling project will make it more valuable, right? Not necessarily. Not every remodel will bring you the kind of return on your investment you’re looking for. Before you commit to making expensive improvements on your home, make sure you’ve done all your homework to make sure it’s going to be worth your time and money. Read More
It’s winter, and that means your energy bills begin to soar as the temperatures go down, unless you’re a smart homeowner and adopt some simple energy efficient life-hacks to keep your energy costs under control. Read More
As the winter winds slowly start to creep through your neighborhood, make sure you are prepared to make sure it doesn’t find its way inside your warm home. The easiest and best way to make sure that unwanted cold chill stays outdoors is proper window insulation. Read More
Is Clark Griswold your idol when it comes to Christmas lights? Do you want your house lit up so that overpassing jets can admire your skill? Well, with these simple tips, we can help you achieve your goal (and do it with far less risk for injury than Clark would do it). Read More
When the fall season finally comes around that means the temperatures are falling, the leaves are changing color, and homeowners everywhere are looking for ideas on how to achieve that colorful and festive Fall look. The good news is you don’t actually have to live in a farmhouse next to acres of harvested crops to achieve this look. Follow these rustic home decor ideas to transform your St. Louis suburban house or city flat into something perfect for the crisp autumn season. Read More
For real gardeners, gardening isn’t just a hobby…it’s a passion. And for those who live in less temperate climates, that means a passionless Fall and Winter while the temperatures dip and the ground freezes. But there’s a solution: year-round window sill gardening.
Window sills are often the most underutilized space in a house. They collect dust, dead bugs, and splashes of dirty dishwater, but few homeowners take advantage of this space and turn it into something decorative. Read More
It used to be easy to “decorate” a home for Halloween. Put a jack-o-lantern on the porch, turn on the porch light and wait for the kids to get candy. Whether it’s Halloween, Christmas, or spooky party, homeowners love a chance to decorate. Read More