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Adding a Bathroom

Last year I discovered I would inherit my grandmother’s beautiful house. When I was a child, I made many fond memories in this cozy, rural home. When I learned the home would be mine, I immediately started planning future renovations. The first thing I decided to do was make the half bathroom a full one. At the time, the home only had one full bathroom. Do you and your family members argue over who gets to use the one bathroom in your house? Consider hiring a contractor to build an additional bathroom onto your home. An experienced contractor can help you determine if you need a three, four, or even five piece bathroom. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of hiring a contractor to build an addition onto your home.

3 Ways To Keep A House In Good Shape

Purchasing a new house is one of the biggest personal investments that many people make. If you just purchased your first house, it is important for you to make sure the interior and exterior is well taken care of throughout the years. For example, damage to the foundation of your house can cause damage on the interior and exterior of your home. You don't want to end up in a situation where you constantly have to pay for repairs to be done. In this article, you will find suggestions that should be considered for protecting different areas of your house from getting damaged.

1. Protect the Foundation by Getting Rain Gutters Installed 

Rainwater is one of the most detrimental things to the foundation of your house. This is because it can accumulate on the ground and create mud, which then pushes against the foundation and eventually causes it to move out of place. If there are no rain gutters on your house, try to invest in getting seamless ones installed to prevent large amounts of rainwater from accumulating on the ground. Seamless rain gutters are the most ideal because they have very few joints, which mean that water will have a smaller chance of escaping out of the gutters as it makes it way to the downspout. Seamless rain gutters will also be more durable than the ones that are put together by attaching a lot of sections.

2. Invest in a Pressure Washer to Remove Mold & Algae

You can't go wrong as a homeowner by investing in a pressure washer. The equipment will be useful for removing mold and algae if they develop on different areas of your house. For instance, mold can develop on the siding of your house and lead to it getting damaged. You can quickly remove the spores by using pressure washing equipment. When it comes to algae spores, they are highly detrimental to asphalt shingles, as they consume the limestone.

3. Get the Wiring in Your House Inspected Every Now & Then

The electrical wiring in your house is one of the most important things that must be taken care of. All it takes is one bad wire to send your house up in flames. The best thing that you can do is get the wiring inspected by an electrician every now and then to make sure no repairs are needed. Make sure the electrical outlets, light fixtures, and circuit breakers are inspected as well.