From DIYer to Entrepreneur: Tools to Help You Manage Your Home Improvement Startup

There’s something so satisfying about creating and working with your hands. Whether you’re designing hand-made décor or are designing an entirely new room from scratch, the chance to create and then enjoy the result is incomparable to anything else, so it’s no wonder that you would want to take your DIY hobby and turn it into a home improvement business. As great as it is to work with your hands and be able to admire your work, though, it can also be time-consuming, tricky, and difficult to Read more […]

Vinyl Flooring for Bathrooms and Kitchens? No Problem!

When the time comes to consider changing the floor of a bathroom or kitchen, the typical question is whether it will be resistant to water and / or other liquids. The answer for the case of vinyl flooring is a clear “yes, no problem whatsoever”. It also has another advantage, this type of flooring is very easy to clean, so if the water is going to be constant on your new floor, you will appreciate that it is vinyl. Maintenance of vinyl tiles There is virtually no maintenance required. A mop for Read more […]

Quartz Kitchen Countertops and Their Functionality

More and more homeowners opt for stone countertops for their kitchens and other rooms for several reasons. First, they add elegance to the room with their varying designs, colours and cuts. Second, they are far more durable and last longer than other worktops made of less sturdy materials. Although they may be a bit pricier than others, in the long run you will realise savings because you do not have to replace them every few years. But what really makes homeowners choose stone worktops? The answer Read more […]

Less Is More: How to Work This Philosophy with Your Shower

When it comes to remodelling or designing a bathroom, there are two main ways that you can go about it. You can either go for all the amenities that you possibly can to turn your bathroom into a grand affair, or you can adopt a more minimalist approach as you would normally see in modern bathrooms. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but a lot of people go for the minimalist approach because they’re on a budget. However, wanting to keep things simple doesn’t normally mean that the Read more […]

Domespace Homes Rotate With The Sun

In passive solar design, a home is oriented with the main axis running east and west so that the home faces essentially south (or north if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere). With this orientation and lots of south-facing windows, the home is passively heated by the sun in the winter. With proper window shading, the windows will stay shaded during the summer, minimizing heat gain. But what if instead of properly aligning your home for the sun, your home actually followed the sun? That’s the Read more […]

Turbo Diesels Take on Hybrids

Recently I test drove of the new Volkswagen Jetta TDI Diesel. It accelerated on to the freeway faster than my Toyota Prius.  Driving freeways and stop-go city, I wondered which would be the bigger seller, the new European turbodiesels or the Japanese Hybrids. For Detroit, May was the cruelest month, as they were outsold by Asia for the first time. Fuel economy is in; gas guzzling is being punished. General Motors, Ford Motor and Chrysler combined for a record low market share of 44.4 percent, compared Read more […]