Your local municipality is responsible for providing clean, treated water up to the point where your home attaches to the supply. As it turns out, a lot can happen to water after it enters the pipe that brings it into your home. Moreover, researchers have discovered that water quality can vary from room to room within your home and even change with the seasons. These problems don’t only occur in older homes. Here we offer some pointers on how to improve water quality in your home.
Do you have more stuff in your home than you have floor space? If so, you stumbling to the bathroom at night could result in a broken ankle. How can you declutter a bit?
Even when you run out of space on the ground, you can use storage to tidy things. The following eight inspirations will have your home looking shipshape while keeping your floors hazard-free.Read More
If you own a home, you know all too well how much maintenance and repairs go into owning a home. In addition to all the regular maintenance, you’ll probably want to make upgrades to your home at some point. There are several factors to consider when you tackle a home upgrade project such as the season and if the project will add value to your home. We’re approaching autumn, so we put together a list of the best home upgrades to make before fall; check them out below.Read More
When it is time to remodel your home, you have two options. You can go small and simple or you can go big and sweeping. If you have decided to go all-out, partial or total demolition may be the way to go. This is not a decision to be made lightly, but it is one that can give you a really fresh start. Here are a few considerations to make when demolishing a house.
They’re great for food preservation, but did you know they have many other uses?
1. Decorative storage
Mason jars work well just about anywhere. In the kitchen or the bath they are great storage solutions that double as decor.