How do you know if your home has invisible home toxins? Sure, everyone would like to assume that their home is relatively toxin free, and most people would swear by it. But truly what is a toxin free home and where are those invisible home toxins we may not be familiar with and where are they lurking in our homes? If you know someone that swears that their home is toxin free, show them the infographic below. Invisible home toxins are hidden in your prescription drugs, cosmetics and your household cleaners. Many of these toxins can be adsorbed in the skin which if you are using them when you are cleaning, maybe investing in a set of gloves might be valuable to protecting your health. And by no means, are we suggesting that you completely get rid of all of your household cleaners, but there are a few things you could keep in mind that will help keep the toxin levels to a minimum in your home: Read More
There are countless ways that a homeowner could perform home renovations on their beloved home. One way is to remodel the kitchen. Remodeling a kitchen is expensive and probably one of the most expensive projects you can undergo or you can modify smaller areas of the kitchen for a refreshed look versus a complete makeover of the kitchen. Other home renovations are to replace the windows in the home especially if they are single pane windows. Repainting a room, the entire inside or outside of your home is another home renovation that could be beneficial to potential resale and also get you excited to live in your home again. All of these home renovations are great for a homeowner to personally improve their home for their own needs. Which of these home renovations and others consistently give you the best return on your investment if you are eventually going to sell your home?
The infographic below will give you better insight to which renovations are worth spending your valuable time and money on for an impressive return on your investment. After all, your home is one of your largest assets. Read More