Handyman’s Love-Hate Relationship With Low Flow Toilets

It may not be surprising how a lot of home owners of brand new homes are unsatisfied with their low-flow toilets? Considering that in 1992, when the United States federal government mandated the low-flows, Americans have actually gone through significantly, much less flushing power — about half the water. The newer models use about one and a half gallons […]

DIY Home Repairs: What To Do With Bathtub or Shower Leaks

A leaky tub or shower can definitely put a damper on your day. It can be tough to figure out where a leak is coming from, how much water you are losing and the cleanup is a pain. Trying to repair an active leak feels near impossible, so what do you do if you have […]

Home Improvement: Choosing A Cape Style Home Design

Do you want comfortable yet stylish country style house? If you are restoring a 17th or 18th-century old house why not choose a cape design residence renovation. There are a lot of reasons why it’s the best choice, for one it has a historic attraction. Bringing back the appeal of a cape design residence has a worth greater than its lengthy […]

Handyman Tips To Safeguard Aging Parents

It’s the time of the year when we celebrate a special day for mothers and fathers.  This is the season to commemorate our parents and all they have actually provided for us over the years. Now it’s time to give back. Sure, greeting cards and beautiful flowers seem thoughtful, but as their generation begins to age, […]