We all want to know that the water we drink and use in our homes is safe for ourselves and our families. However, even if you receive your water from a municipal source, there can still be many harmful contaminants that may affect your health and damage appliances and fixtures. Read on below to discover the best ways to improve your home’s water quality.Read More
Few things can spoil a holiday with family faster than getting a call from the police that your home has been broken into.
The 2020 pandemic changed a lot in our society, not the least of which it put a decidedly big cramp in our ability to socialize with friends and family.
With travel restrictions easing, you’re probably making plans to visit family.
Unfortunately, thieves make good use of the holidays to do their favorite things…stealing and destroying.
But it’s not just criminals that you need to consider…accidents such as fires, water breaks or even ice drenched limbs crashing headlong into your living room plate-glass window can really destroy your vacation!Read More
Older homes have charm, character, craftsmanship, and sturdy construction. But for all their attractions, they can also be drafty, expensive to heat, and difficult to cool. If you’re the type that can’t resist a house that reminds you of your great-grandma’s place, we’ve got some top ways to increase energy efficiency in older homes.Read More
The living space is the area where you’d retreat after a long day at work, welcome guests over, and lounge around during the weekends. It’s the most regularly used space in your home. Because of this, you’d naturally want it to look as presentable and pleasing as possible.
However, with a tight budget, you may think that creating a livable and beautiful living area seems out of reach, but it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to settle for boring and generic décor when you can scout for budget-fixed living room makeover ideas.Read More
Thousands of families lose their homes and, unfortunately, sometimes their lives, to house fires every year.
As tragic as this is, it is doubly so when it is due to something that could have been prevented.
In the coming weeks, families will begin to assemble to share meals and spend time together as the holidays approach.
A sad truth is, however, that one of the most preventable causes of house fires – kitchen fires – occurs during the holidays as well, turning a joyous time into a time of sorrow and grief.Read More