In Colorado, everyone you come across has at least one story about an epic Colorado winter. The season’s reputation precedes itself, with harrowing tales about the Rocky Mountain chills passed around among Coloradans. To the outsider the state resembles a frostbitten, alluring, snow-tipped El Dorado - and for the most part, that's true.
When people are building a new house, or in the process of remodeling their own, oftentimes they are faced with making very technical and difficult decisions. Decisions regarding plumbing, wiring, woodwork, tiles, and a whole set of factors they normally wouldn't have to consider. One of those decisions revolves around windows. When asked if they want to install double-pane windows, most homeowners ask themselves question: Is it worth spending all that money on double-pane windows?
It’s that time of the year again. It's time to crank the air conditioning and sit in the living room binging on Netflix whilst sipping your favorite cold beverage (from a glass quickly becoming slick with condensation). Each time you raise the glass to your lips, you bask in the fact that you are a homeowner: master of your domain. Aaaah.
It’s a given. People love their homes. They also love their pets. But pet fur is the enemy of keeping a clean home—it sticks to everything—clothing, upholstery, and rugs. A surplus of pet hair can be off-putting to potential buyers, a major annoyance to those who suffer from pet allergies, and affect the overall appeal of your home.
Over the past few years, home improvement and do-it-yourself shows have absolutely exploded in popularity. Many trends and design fashions have appeared as a result of real-estate related programming. At the same time, many enemies of style have also been born and one of those enemies is the infamously unattractive and dated popcorn ceiling.
Colorado is a great place that many here are proud to call home!
I have been to many places, but nothing quite compares to Denver and having the Rocky Mountains at your fingertips. Most of us enjoy all of the healthy outdoor activities that lend themselves to this great state, but with all the beauty and adventure we also have a problem that many do not know about: radon.