(NAPSI)—Staying safe at home can be simpler for you and your family if you heed a few hints from personal security expert Robert Siciliano, CEO of ID Theft Security, and private investigator Robin Martinelli, of Martinelli Investigations Inc.
Do you have ugly concrete? Whether it is your front porch, patio, walkway, or driveway, St. Louis Resurfacing are experts in turning ugly concrete into a beautiful surface.
Union Furniture and Flooring wants to ensure customers are taking a step in the right direction when selecting flooring. Being the oldest flooring retailer in Franklin County, Interior Designer Danielle Buschmann and Flooring Specialist Linda Buhr are excited to help customers find affordable and stylish flooring for their home or business. Union Furniture and Flooring has a full-line flooring showroom with any type of flooring you could possibly need from reputable brands like: Shaw, Mannington, Bruce, Mohawk, Beaulieu, American Olean, Marrazzi, and Armstrong.
(NAPSI)—Before summer kicks into high gear, consider converting your home into an eco-friendly and energy-saving one. An excellent place to start is with your window coverings. Cooling your house with cellular shades, solar screens or window film provides a multitude of benefits that can not only save you money, but create a more enjoyable home environment as well.
(NAPSI)—Investing a little time and effort to prevent electrical hazards can mean increased safety and comfort this summer.
(NAPSI)—Deciding to re-side your home isn’t a small undertaking but it doesn’t have to be intimidating. You need a keen eye, some research and a game plan. Here are hints that can help:
(StatePoint) Buying or selling a home in today’s real estate market? Go about it properly. From home inspections to home improvement, take your advice from leading experts.
(StatePoint) If you work from home, you know how important it is to turn your home office into an efficient workspace. And these days, making improvements with that goal in mind rests on keeping up with the trends and times.
(StatePoint) In addition to filling practical needs, home improvement projects often can increase the value of a home with minimal investment. Some projects add more value than others, however.