Helping you plan your home improvement project, from start to finish

  • Foundation Repair Costs & Causes

    It should come as no surprise that your foundation is one of the most important elements of your home. Without a strong, properly planned and reliable foundation, one’s home can become inefficient to say the least.

    By Jacob Hurwith Jun 28, 2015
  • 7 Reasons To Install A Fireplace

    When it comes to ambiance, there is no better home addition than a fireplace. Whether you go with wood, gas or electric, fireplaces not only increase your home’s value, but can also lower your monthly heating costs.

    By Jacob Hurwith Dec 29, 2014
  • 3 Ways To Warm Up Your Outdoor Events

    As the seasons change, the temperature in your backyard can become uncomfortable for many a bundled up guests. In order to enjoy your outdoor living space year-round, there are a few ways to stay warm during the cold season.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Dec 26, 2014
  • Asphalt Sealing: Costs & Repairs

    Asphalt sealing is the single best way to deter cracking and expansion and as you will see below, it’s a necessary step in keeping your asphalt driveway looking as new as ever.

    By Jacob Hurwith Aug 7, 2014
  • How To Install Brick Patio Pavers

    No matter how large or small you want your future patio to be, the everyday homeowner can build their own brick patio. As long as you have a step-by-step guide helping you along the way, any homeowner can build a brick patio with pavers.

    By Jacob Hurwith Jul 24, 2014
  • Do You Know All The Costs Of Driveway Paving?

    Much like anything valuable in the home, you can’t appreciate a paved driveway unless it’s taken away. But once you have it, it’s hard to imagine a life without paved asphalt, concrete or driveway pavers.

    By Jacob Hurwith Jun 24, 2014
  • Why Every Kid In America Needs A Paved Driveway

    Pavers, whether they be in your front or backyard, serve numerous functions, but one that is not mentioned enough is the ability to teach your son or daughter the game of basketball. See the two most prominent paving materials, where they should be placed, the costs associated with each and whether or not they are DIY projects.

    By Jacob Hurwith Jun 19, 2014
  • DIY Tips For How To Repair Cracks In Concrete

    Cracks! At the sight of a crack in concrete, most of us panic. Is my house falling apart? Does the foundation need replacement? Lots of questions and few answers.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author May 14, 2014
  • Exposed Aggregate Concrete Overlay & Patio

    Exposed Aggregate: Aggregate, or small stones, are embedded in the surface of concrete as an alternative to paving it.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Apr 1, 2014
  • Driveway Repair

    As long as there are homes and cars, there will be driveways—those personal sections of highway that link Main Street U.S.A. with the garages, carports, and backyards of suburbia.

    By ImproveNet Guest Author Mar 26, 2014
  • How To Keep Your Fireplace & Chimney Clean & Efficient

    Your fireplace needs maintenance, yet many homeowners do not know how to clean a fireplace. Every type of fireplace needs to be cleaned and maintained so they can continue to work efficiently.

    By Jacob Hurwith Mar 26, 2014
  • 6 Hot Fireplace Design Ideas

    Homeowners are demanding more of their fireplace and are coming up with some of the most creative fireplace design ideas we have seen in years. No matter the type, be it tile, limestone or marble, design options have dramatically changed and homeowners are altering expectations as such.

    By Jacob Hurwith Mar 26, 2014