Tag and I moved into our new house last December. Six months later we are about 100 square feet away from finishing the installation of about 1,400 square feet of bamboo floors. That's right; it has taken us over six months to install the floors in our house (and it's still not done). It also saved us about $3,000. According
As the Texas summer is fast approaching, one of the things I'm worried about in my home is my electricity bill. First of all, I have a 23 year old AC unit that isn't nearly as efficient as newer models. Secondly, I have 23 year old aluminum frame windows that do very little to keep out the crazy Texas heat.
Owning a home can be expensive. There are a lot of big purchases that can drain your bank account pretty quickly. Sometimes your spend a lot of money and it's really exciting. Other times you spend a lot of money and it's super-duper lame. I'd say $350 is a lot of money, so here are a few things I've spent
I've been renovating my home for about 1.5 months now and I've made some really good progress. I have finished about 30% of the bamboo flooring installation, installed all new kitchen appliances, repainted the entire house, and have started replacing some outlets and light switches. Here is the kitchen before we moved in. These are the old appliances and unfortunately
The following is a guest post by Thousandaire reader Aimee McNitt, who blogs over at PersonalBudgeting.com Make no mistake, I love my stuff. My husband Scott and I have worked hard – Scott has, anyway – and stretched our budget (that's where I come in) to be able to buy the things we want. His laptop, the video game system
As a brand new home owner, I had a few projects to get done before my fiancee and I moved in. It seemed simple: get rid of popcorn ceilings, paint the walls, and put down new floors. Piece of cake! I was told that the rule of thumb is that whatever I think it will cost: triple it. However long