Septic System Inspections in Rhode Island

Septic System Inspections in Rhode Island. m A septic system inspection is one of those home maintenance tasks that you might put off, and then put off some more. Because septic exist underground in the backyard, they are often out of sight, thus out of mind. But letting it go too many flushes without an … Continued

Going on Vacation Owning a Rhode Island Home

Completing a few simple tasks before you go away can ensure that you return to your home in the same condition in which you left it. Foil Burglars You can easily discourage burglars from staking out your house as a potential target. Making your house look occupied is the number one way to accomplish this. … Continued

Home Improvement Loans in Rhode Island

If you’re buying a new home but can’t afford one that is move-in ready, you may be interested in a home improvement loan. Or if you’ve been in your home for a while now but have grand plans for repairs and a little TLC, you could also benefit from one of the many types of … Continued

Easy Green Laws in Rhode Island

As we begin to spend more time outside and curb appeal season starts ramping up, let’s talk about seven tips for keeping your yard green without doubling the water bill.  1. Determine if the type of grass in your yard is the best variety for your climate There are dozens of unique classifications of turf grass, and … Continued

Small Bathroom Having Big Ideas

Small bathrooms, or half-baths, present unique design challenges. You want functional storage without cramping an already tight space or a trendy design without being visually overwhelming. Whether your goal is to make your small bathroom more functional for everyday use, or just more aesthetically appealing, you have several options. Luxe Materials on a Small Budget … Continued

To Convert Your Garage or Not?

One of the biggest reasons that people buy homes instead of continuing to rent is to have more space. But the cost of buying with little money down or to move up to a better neighborhood could mean a compromise on space. Many older homes, particularly those built before the 1990s, average less square footage … Continued

“Stoves” to Color or Not, High-end Trend or Fad?

  Looking to add some interest to your kitchen but aren’t sure where to start? Many people choose to paint their cabinets. But that can be a painful undertaking. A growing trend is colored ranges; they’re a great way to keep a sleek profile in your kitchen while integrating a standout pop of color.  “For … Continued

Want “Classic Colors” in Your Home?

Trends come and go. If you paint your walls the “provocative and thoughtful purple shade” of Ultra Violet, as Pantone, itself, calls it, you’re probably gearing up to repaint them in whatever the color authority deems the “it” shade next year. If you’d rather pick a paint chip or two and keep your space the … Continued

4 Bathroom Changes (That Won’t Break the Bank)

Have you noticed that when you own a home, the list of things you want to “do” to your home never seems to end? What starts out as a new piece of furniture turns into two new pieces, then three! Next thing you know, you a have a new living room, new paint, new carpet … Continued

Cyclone Bomb Again be Prepared Tips

The bomb cyclone that hit the East Coast this week was a good reminder for everyone, regardless of whether your area is accustomed to winter weather (We’re talking to you, Northeast and Midwest) or not (Hello, Florida!). There are some easy steps you can take to protect your home from winter wear and tear, even … Continued