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How to Protect Your Home from Kansas Flash Flooding

Friday, March 31 2017 1:28 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

As we enter the spring months we can expect a lot more rain and the chances for flash flooding across Kansas dramatically increases. Flooding is the most expensive natural disaster in the US, according to FEMA, and the damage can extend to every area of the home. The flood level of your home is the official measure of how high flooding could rise where you live. You’ll … Read Article

How to Fix Common Problems with Window Blinds

Tuesday, February 28 2017 1:57 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Window blinds are an essential component to your home in order to control the amount of natural light during the day and restrict the view in from outside at night. When blinds wear and tear, the inclination might be to simply replace them altogether, but there are ways to repair damaged window blinds if you have a bit of time. Here are some common window blind problems and ho… Read Article

4 Bathroom Remodeling Ideas for Aging at Home

Tuesday, January 31 2017 11:45 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

As we grow older, our home remodeling needs change. We need more space in certain areas, we need products installed that provide stability and support and there are a number of options available that make aging in place a more comfortable reality. Many of us also have aging parents living in their homes who could use a few modifications around the home to make getting around e… Read Article

Best Smart Home Devices for 2017

Wednesday, January 18 2017 4:35 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

As you look for ways to improve your home this year, take a look at some of the advances in smart home technology that can make your daily life easier. Everything from voice-controlled home assistants to smart door locks have hit the market at affordable prices. Many devices can be operated from your smart phone or employ voice commands that automate tasks you would normally h… Read Article

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

Monday, December 19 2016 11:42 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

With 2017 right around the corner it’s time for some new year’s resolutions – for your home. Here are some ways you can resolve to make your home a better place to live in the coming year. Trim Down…Your Stuff An effective way to beautify your home for free is by trimming down the clutter. Day after day things will pile up around your home, which cut… Read Article

7 Unique Christmas Home Decorating Ideas

Monday, December 12 2016 3:38 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Looking for a way to decorate your home this Christmas season besides the standard ideas you’ve reused for years? Here are a few unique Christmas decorating ideas to shake things up this year and get your creativity flowing for new ideas of your own. Fireplace Banners With a long piece of yarn, twine or string combined with a few lettered paper or fabric triangles, you… Read Article

5 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Home for Holiday Guests

Monday, November 21 2016 10:45 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

The holidays are fast-approaching and so are holiday guests that will be visiting your home this season. Give everyone an experience to remember by making your home the perfect place to celebrate. Here are some easy tips to make your home the perfect place for the holidays. Light it Up If your home is looking a little dim lately, it could be because there isn’t enough … Read Article

8 Painting Tips for Interior Walls

Wednesday, October 12 2016 11:35 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Have you ever painted the walls in your house and been disappointed with the results? Ever wonder how the professional painters get that clean, smooth look when they paint? Here are some pro tips for painting your walls that will help your next painting experience get better results. Box Your Paint When you buy multiple gallons of paint, even when they are the same color, th… Read Article

5 Space Saving Solutions For A Small Kitchen

Wednesday, July 20 2016 11:28 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Having limited kitchen space doesn’t mean you have limited storage options. Small kitchens are common in apartments and smaller houses. Here are 5 ideas for conserving kitchen space. Hanging Racks Hanging as much as you can from racks offer a simple option to conserve space. In most kitchens, pots and pans take up at least one kitchen cabinet or drawer. Instead, instal… Read Article

Kitchen Design Trends for 2016

Wednesday, October 7 2015 10:53 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Your kitchen is arguably the most important room in your house from a design standpoint. It has to be functional, but stylish. It’s a high-traffic area that becomes a focal point where your family and friends take notice. It also goes a long way in determining the resale value of your home if you ever want to put it on the market. It’s easy to tell when your kitch… Read Article

Why a Kitchen Remodel is one of the Best Investments

Friday, August 7 2015 1:32 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

If you’re considering a home remodeling project, investing in the kitchen can reap big benefits. A well-planned kitchen remodel will increase your home’s resale value and add to your enjoyment of the space. A thoughtfully remodeled kitchen will add life and value to your home. Make the Kitchen Fit Your Lifestyle If you’re going to be staying in your ho… Read Article

What Bathroom Tile Material Should You Choose?

Wednesday, July 22 2015 10:25 AM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Bathroom tile comes in a wide variety of materials: including vinyl, ceramic and porcelain, marble, laminate, stone, wood, cork, linoleum glass and more. Some materials are better than others when used in typically wet spots. This will depend on the vitreosity, or ability to absorb water, of the material used. Nonvitreous tile absorbs water and should not be used on or near f… Read Article

5 Things in Your Home You Should Test Frequently

Monday, June 1 2015 3:55 PM
Categorized In Indoor Living

Whether you’re a home owner or renter, there are a few safety features in your home that can help prevent big problems. To make sure they’ll work properly when you need them, it’s important to test these items regularly.   1. Smoke and carbon dioxide detectors Hopefully you’ll never need to use these life-saving devices, but because they&rsquo… Read Article