Hurricanes can be tracked, prepared for, stocked up for, and braced for to some extent. However, no matter how well-prepared you are, a relentless storm system can sweep everything in its path as if it was never there.
The hardest part for those who were impacted by a hurricane can be cleaning up afterward and adjusting to a “new normal.”
The recovery process after a hurricane strikes your home can be lengthy and involve everything from assessing the damage to rebuilding after an evacuation. We’ve put together some tips to help you and your family get back on your feet.
When it’s cold outside, it can be hard to find ways to use your porch. However, sitting outside and watching the snow fall is a magical experience you don’t want to miss. The solution is to make your porch cozy for cold weather—keep reading to find out how you can do just that.
When you have a lawn, you have the huge responsibility of taking care of it throughout the year. You might think that you don’t have to maintain your yard because it’s cooler outside during the holiday season, but that’s not true. You will still have a few maintenance tasks to do here and there to keep things up to snuff. Here are some things you should know about caring for your lawn before the holidays to keep things tidy year-round.
A new year is just around the corner, and as it gets closer, the resolutions follow as always. December is usually the time to summarize and revise the past year and make our plans for the next one.
New Year resolutions often include very personal things, like getting more healthy, working out more frequently, or looking for a better job. These are mostly stereotypical resolutions, but there is more to it than just “I am going to start working out regularly after the holidays.”
Major home repairs, such as burst pipes, are one thing; the problem is staring you in the face and you’ve got to deal with it. But gutters filling up with debris? An annoying leaky faucet? Nah, that can wait until tomorrow…
The best thing you, as a homeowner, can do for yourself is to have a maintenance schedule.