Living Space

Monthly Archive: May 2019

How To Choose New Roofing

The lifetime of your room has a lot to do with the materials you choose to use in making it. Most will be rated for several decades, giving you plenty of time to plan and save for a new one. Sometimes, however, nature decides that you need a new one right now. To choose a new roof, you will want to consider the style, material and roofing company.


Most roofing materials can come in different colors, so you are free to experiment with how the different styles will look on your home. You can sometimes even find online tools to help you see what your house will look like with different colors, styles and materials of roof. You can choose from metal sheets, decorative tiles and much more when working with a new roofing flagler beach fl company. (more…)

Can Foreigners Own Property in Thailand?

Are you planning to buy a condo or villa in Thailand but uncertain as to how this is successfully done? . Well here one can find the basic guidelines of what should be done and how to invest property in Thailand.

Choose a Real estate Agent

As you are trying to find property in Thailand you will need expert local help. The local real estate agents know how to speak in Thai and they are acquainted with the geographical area. The real estate agents can help you save time in choosing and showing you the property within the size of your pocket that also matches your specifications.

Buying directly from the property developers isn’t going to help you save money when compared with buying it from a real estate agent. A high-quality property for sale in Thailand is usually offered at a fixed price. (more…)

Coastal Interior Design: How to Make Your Home Look Beachy

Over the past couple of years, coastal styles seem to have fallen out of favor. However, we are here to tell you not to write off the seaside look just yet. Gone are the overstuffed and over-accessorized rooms that may fill your memory banks. These days, modern coastal design is bringing understated comfort into the 21st century. Use these tips to give your interiors a beachy style that feels unquestionably current.

The accessories are where you put final coastal touches into your aesthetic. In modern coastal design, you want to stick to fewer accent pieces than you would use in a more traditionally coastal home. That said, do not be afraid to blend more trendy pieces with one or two statement items that infuse the room with a hint of beachy nostalgia. It is also worth using some genuine elements, like these vintage ship lights, to add a touch of authenticity to your space.

For an example of what we mean by modern versus traditional, consider this: Traditional is the sign proclaiming beach or items such as sand dollars or driftwood crafts. In contrast, modern pieces include the chevron pattern, decorative lanterns and shiplap decor.

Where coastal is concerned, visual weight or how the design elements look like they feel is crucial. Going to the beach is a tactile experience (think about digging your toes in the sand or the feel of rocks in your hand) so you want to do your best to re-create those sensations with your design choices. (more…)

Underfloor Heating Instalation

One of the best heating systems around is the underfloor heating system. These are great if you enjoy the feeling of a toasty warm floor first thing in the morning on a cold winter’s day. No one likes to trek across the floor when it’s freezing outside, and an underfloor heating system ensures that you never get cold feet again.

You’ll notice immediately that these heating systems keep the rooms in your house evenly warm throughout the day and night.

There are a few different types of underfloor heating systems that you should be aware of. The three main types are electric, water, and heated air. Each of these has advantages, and you can choose the one that’s best suited to your needs. The electric system is comprised of a mat with special wires running through it. These mats can be cut to fit any room and are great at conserving electric energy so your bills can stay within your budget. (more…)

Eco-friendly water heting with A Tankless Water Heater

With a tankless water heater, there’s no question that hot water is slower to appear than through the old storage tank water heater. Waiting on the water to heat also forces you to waste water. Something’s not right when you must waste water in order to save on energy. However, there’s a way to fix this.

Demand systems is a pumping system that allows you to have hot water quickly without having to run it down the drain as you wait. If you shop around, you’ll find that there are quite a few manufacturers of these systems. Research may convince you to try it.

Years ago, there were not any low flow fixtures, and hot water was ready quickly. However, less water was not used. The difference was that the water came out a lot faster, thus producing hot water faster. For instance, a pipe ½ inch around and 63 feet in length contains 1 gallon of water.

If your faucet is set to release 5 gallons a minute, within 12 seconds you’ll have water. With a slower flowing faucet that releases only 1 gallon a minute, the water needs 60 seconds to arrive. In addition, the pipe will be cold unless recently used, and will absorb the water’s heat as it makes its way to you. In cold pipes, it takes longer for the heated water to appear. (more…)