We are so excited that our founder, Robert Wiseman, was featured in an article for the 365 Things to do in Houston website. In the article Robert shares his top 5 favorite things to do in Houston. Be sure to click on the following link to read the article: My Top 5: Houston Home Builder Robert Wiseman

If you start to notice that your home is unbearably hot or cold, you may have an insulation problem. Other red flags include high electric bills, cold walls, drafty rooms, and mold growth. Having the right amount of insulation in your home can save you money, reduce your energy costs, and make your house more comfortable and efficient. You can contact your electric company to have an energy evaluation done on your home. If you choose not to take advantage of this service, there are many do-it-yourself steps you can take to make your home more efficient.

Reduce air leakageWeather-proofing your home can save you up to 40 percent in heating costs. You should check all doors and windows for drafts. Use caulking and weather strips to seal any...

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Whether you call it a “loo”, a “washroom” or a “bathroom”, you’re probably wondering when it’s time to renovate one of the most important rooms in your home. Maybe your bathroom is stuck in the last few decades and the peeling wallpaper is starting to bother you. Or perhaps you simply want to modernize your bathroom into a relaxing spa. Spending your home renovation budget dollars on a bathroom might not seem exciting, but once you know what a great return you’ll get for your bathroom renovations, it starts to make more sense.

Reasons to Start Your Bathroom Renovations

Your Guests Will Thank YouDo you like to entertain? Don’t make your guests cram into a tiny, dated powder room....

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Removing a wall can double the size of your room, let in light and satisfy your desire for open plan living. It can also be a recipe for disaster. Here’s what to consider before you get busy with the sledgehammer.

#1: Do you need permission?
Whether you need a building permit varies from city to city. As a general rule, knocking down a non-structural wall does not need a permit. If you live in an apartment block you may need permission from the body corporate or owners’ corporation before you undergo any building work. The owner has the right to refuse, no matter how innocuous your plans.

#2: What’s Inside the Wall?Most walls contain electrical cables, so don’t pick up your power tools until you know where the cabl...

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