Author: Little House

Roofing Your Little House Safely

There are many benefits to living in a compact, but fully equipped home. Your life is made fewer complex chores and home improvements are made more quickly and easily, and expenses are certainly less than with a larger home. And yet, for many, a small house meets all their needs. One potential benefit of small house living is that it’s more practical to tackle construction projects yourself, including installing a new roof or repairing an existing one. But remember that the fatality rate and injury rate for roof workers is much higher than with other contractor jobs – and...

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Repair or Replace? HVAC Issues to Consider

Your climate control systems are a critical investment, and you already know that regular maintenance is the key to ensuring they last for years. Life can get in the way, and you might not notice that anything is wrong until your equipment suddenly breaks down. In most cases, you’ll see some critical symptoms before it bites the dust completely. Watching for these warning signs, and contacting your heating and cooling repair company immediately can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars to correct more advanced issues later down the road. Don’t Let Your Furnace Go Cold According to...

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How to Design Your Little House Bedroom to Feel Cozy

A couple of years ago, I bought a little house for my family. The first few months were fantastic, and we thought the place was all that we could wish for. However, our joy was short-lived as the cold winds of winter made sleeping unbearable. Luckily, I discovered some exciting ways to create a warm and cozy bedroom by spending only enough of your budget. These methods are guaranteed to keep you comfortable throughout the night. Besides, if you want to take your family to a little house on the hill vacation this festive season, these tips are just...

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Prioritizing Home Features During Construction

The process of building a home is exciting. We dream up all the features we want to include, right down to the last detail. During the planning, though, we often find that the last detail becomes a lot more work than we are able to stomach at the time, and we realize we have to prioritize things in order to keep the project manageable. Making choices about what to do now and what to save for later is difficult! It can be overwhelming to decide how to proceed, and the gridlock that ensues can turn a very enjoyable process...

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