Often times conducting home maintenance projects becomes a reactive activity in a home. But to maintain and even improve the value of your home, regular maintenance is recommended. The value of home maintenance has many different components. Good home maintenance can keep a family safe and healthy. It can also reduce long term and short term expenses. Maintaining a home by performing home maintenance tasks can also increase the sales value of your home. Additionally, proactive maintenance can help avoid high replacement costs of specific equipment which results in energy efficiency, reductions in utility costs, and a clean air home. One important value of home maintenance is keeping your home healthy to keep all the members of the household healthy. Take a look at this HomeZada infographic on how to specifically take care of your home and understand the home maintenance and its value. Read More
This year a lot of very cold weather with lots of snow has made its way through already cold territories. To protect your home during these snow situations it is best to remove any snow on shallow roofs. Snow becomes impacted, wet and heavy creating so much weight on low shallow roofs by Read More
Urban living is growing. Homeowners are heading back into the city and taking on smaller properties like condos to be close to work, close to activity and managing a smaller footprint. Living in an urban setting has some different characteristics than living in the suburbs. However some principles of living in both areas are the same. Read More
Pruning trees and shrubs in winter have multiple impacts on your home. Keeping those trees and shrubs close to the home trim can help with any potential damage that could occur from falling branches or winds driving tree branches into the home. Trimming these branches can also help to manage overgrowth where burglars could potentially hide.
Cutting and trimming certain trees and shrubs can also support a Read More
January is Getting Organized month and the time of year where people are setting resolutions and goals for the year. It is also a great time to start getting the process for home projects organized. Do you have home remodeling projects, home decor or fix it projects that you need to get done in 2014? Read More