As a home swells and shrinks due to humidity, cracking can appear especially along doors and stairs. Simple caulking can remedy this.
Occasionally as a home swells and shrinks due to humidity, you may need to adjust your door jamb. Here's a tutorial on how to do so.
Maintenance tips to keep your garbage disposal working its best and avoid clogs.
How to locate, test, and reset the GFCI Outlets in your home.
Nail pops are a common occurrence in new homes. Fixing them can be a quick and painless process.
Paint Touch Up
Scuffs and marks on your paint are inevitable, no matter how careful we are. Properly touching up the paint can remedy the problem.
Maintaining shower tile grout can seem daunting, but our tips will help you knock out this task.
Weatherstripping is a great way to help save energy costs and keep your home comfortable.
From the Blog
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As Spring nears, we’re more than ready for the sunshine and outdoors! While most of us dread doing yard work, there are a number of steps you can take now to prevent lawn care troubles. To save you some time, we have compiled a list of helpful tips for your preparation for spring weather!
Can you believe it’s already the middle of June? With Summer already here and time flying by, you don’t want to miss those warm summer days, and cool summer nights enjoying the fresh air. Truly, the best part about this time of year is enjoying it outdoors with friends and family! What better way to do that than in the comfort of your own home or community? Luckily, Eastwood offers a variety of outdoor living options to fit your needs!
Eastwood Homes is pleased to offer a new line of flooring called Engineered Vinyl Plank, often referred to as EVP! This new type of flooring offered by Shaw will provide homeowners protection against all life has to throw at it! It’s similar to Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring, otherwise known as LVP, which has been a favorite among our homeowners for years now, and which also offers better protection against spills over the more traditional hardwood flooring.