Vinyl VS Aluminum: Which is Better for Your Home?

While it is great to have choices, sometimes it can be confusing when you are thinking about improvements for your home. There are many options for any project that you want to do with your home and when it comes to siding, people often get stuck trying to figure out whether they want aluminum siding of vinyl siding. In this article, we are going to talk about whether vinyl siding or aluminum siding is better for your home. Which is Better? Vinyl or Aluminum? There are many factors that will Read more […]

Your Essential Guide to Planning and Creating the Kitchen You’ve Always Dreamt of

Having an ideal kitchen is the dream of many, and this isn’t surprising considering how important the kitchen’s function is in any home. In fact, it can be said that the kitchen is the most important room in a home, because it’s not only a place where you can cook and prepare food – it’s also a place where you can socialise with other family members, have nice chats with friends, do some important paperwork, and so on. If one of your dreams is to have the perfect kitchen, here’s your Read more […]

How Does Transfer of Equity Work?

If you’re looking to transfer the ownership of your property, we’ve put together this handy guide so you can understand the process and what this allows you to do. So What Is It? Transfer of equity essentially works by transferring the equity of ownership of a jointly owned piece of real estate to one of the joint owners solely. To further understand this concept though you need to be aware of what equity is and why people choose to transfer it. People often refer to equity as how many shares Read more […]

Buying a New House? 5 Things to Consider Before Choosing Your New Home

Acquiring a property that will become your new home is one of the most important decisions you can make, as it will influence many areas of your life in the future. Therefore, it is essential that you keep in mind the following aspects, which will help you make the best choice. Location Experts say that the most important thing for a business to succeed is its location. This also applies to your home. Being central and close to your work, your children’s school, shops, hospitals, etc., can make Read more […]

How to Make Your Property More Attractive to Rent?

Are you interested in renting your property and do not know where to start? Here we give you some very useful recommendations to beautify your property and rent it without any mishaps. Emphasise the attractiveness of your property Whatever the outstanding features of your home, make sure potential renters are aware of them. Whether it is small or large, in the country or in the city, you can always find ways to talk about its characteristics in a positive way. For example, people looking for houses 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 […]

Dwell Prefab Home Collection Announced

Dwell Magazine has partnered with some very well-known architects and builders to develop a signature line of prefab homes. The homes not only focus on sustainable design and building, but look amazing as well. Turkel Design in collaboration with Lindal Cedar Homes and then Marmol Radziner Prefab each designed three modern prefab homes to be featured as part of the Dwell Home Collection. Dwell’s recent selection of these particular prefab home designs indicates the quality of design, Read more […]

The 10 Dumbest Green Buildings on Earth

While any structure built in a way that lessens its footprint is welcomed, some of the buildings that people try to turn green simply make no sense. LEED certification, in all its greatness, does not take the building’s intended purpose into account; this leaves us with some hilarious, unabashedly self-contradicting buildings. Here are the ten of the most laughable green buildings: 1. BP’s Helios House Gas Station – Los Angeles, Cal. Yes, there is an LEED-certified gas station. It’s actually Read more […]

Wedge House – Prefab Modular Plus Custom Design

The Wedge House in Durham, North Carolina is part modular home, part custom design. The home’s wedge shape was created by using 3 modular prefabricated homes. A single modular is on one side, while the other two are stacked opposite with a slanted roof connecting the two. As prefab homes have greater control on tightness and building quality, they are often considered to be more efficient homes built with less waste. Custom homes though, tend to fit the lifestyle of the inhabitants better. Read more […]

Preservation: The Greenest Building is the One That’s Already Built

Tearing down our homes seems to be almost a national pastime. Americans have always viewed anything old with suspicion, and that makes sense when we’re talking about outdated concepts of governing such as having an inbred, pinky finger-wagging king tell us what to do. But when it comes to the architectural legacy left to us by preceding generations of Americans, this approach not only robs us of unique neighborhoods and our history, but also is insanely destructive to the environment. According Read more […]