Archive for July, 2015
Office spaces with bare white walls boring and drab. They don’t promote productivity and they lack the creative inspriation that employees need to solve problems and look at things from different perspectives. At the very least, add a bit of paint color to the walls if wall art is out of the equation. You’re probably wondering–how can wall art really promote productivity and influence creativity in the workplace? FastCompany answers this question pretty spot on, citing a study from the University of Texas that studies how color can impact the brain. If you must keep your walls white or neutral colors, opt for some wall art to offset the plain, mundane atmosphere.
It’s all about the details and checklists when it comes to finding that perfect dream home. When you’re searching for a new place to call yours, there are several factors weighing in on the decision, and even some that should definitely not be ignored. Often times, house hunters remember the main concepts of buying a new home–location, neighborhood, curb appeal–but they forget about some of the more important components when searching for a new property. Here are a few things to consider while looking to buy a new home. Continue reading “What to Look For in a New Home” »
A flooded crawl space is something no one wants, and something a lot of people don’t know they even have. Such damage can lead to issues within the home, or even worse, long-term health issues.
What It Can Damage
The problems with a flooded crawl space extend far past the crawl space. While it is a central point for water to pool, water and humidity will eventually seep upwards, damage the structure, create foul smells, back up sewage, and more. Here are just a few things that an uncared-for flooded crawl space can damage: Continue reading “The Problems with a Flooded Crawl Space” »