Bathroom Remodeling with a Kid’s Theme
One thing we mention a lot in our blogs is pet friendly remodeling. However, another thing that must be considering when undertaking a remodeling project… kid friendly remodeling! Obviously safety for all parties is of the utmost importance of any remodeling project, but why not go with a remodeling project that has a kid’s theme?
So people are turned off by undertaking a remodeling project that has a kid’s theme. However, it must be noted that it isn’t hard to make changes to the design when the child outgrows it. In the meantime, remodeling with a kid’s theme provides many benefits. Continue reading
How to Plan a Tub to Shower Conversion
The tub to shower conversion is quickly becoming one of the most popular remodeling projects throughout America. More and more people prefer a tub-less bathroom (in the past 5 years or so, the number of people who prefer shower-only bathrooms has increased by almost 50%, and now they represent the majority of the population). On the other hand, real estate agents are slower to catch up with the times, and they still insist that a house without a tub has a lower market value. As such, most houses that are sold have a tub in the bathroom, and the first thing the new owners do is covert it quickly to a shower.
Household Uses for Baking Soda
Baking Soda is one of the most common ingredients found in the kitchen. It is not only used in many recipes but is also used in a variety of household tasks. When it comes to freshening or cleaning in and around the house, this is truly the miracle ingredient.
Some of the most common and popular uses of baking soda are listed below. Continue reading
Air Jetted Tub
The latest new trend in bathtubs is the air jetted tub. This is a new development that has taken the market by storm and effectively cornered it. There are many reasons that can be given to explain why the new air jetted tub is better than all the whirlpool tubs that we have been used to for such a long time. These heated tubs basically blow hot air through tiny air jets (or openings) at the bottom of the tub. Continue reading