A lot of buyers will inspect a home’s closets, foundation, title history, and location, but many neglect to consider what it would be like to live there when the temperature drops.
When the first blizzard of the year hits, buyers who relocated to markets in Vermont or Massachusetts may experience buyer’s remorse. Some may even sell fast to a cash buyer and head for warmer climates.
Tired of spending your precious free time on never-ending household chores? There’s a better way to care for your home without spending hours cleaning.
Whether you’re juggling a busy work schedule and family commitments or want to free up more leisure time, these tips will help you manage your household chores efficiently.
As winter approaches and temperatures drop, many people swap out summer clothes for winter finery. Wool coats, fuzzy hats, and sturdy boots keep us warm when the wind howls and the snow drifts. Protecting your home when winter looms is just as important as layering on cold weather gear, and with energy costs on the rise, finding cost-effective (and environmentally friendly) solutions is more important than ever.
The good news? Many energy-efficient winter heating solutions are available that not only keep your home cozy but also save you money and reduce your carbon footprint.
Whether winter in your area features icy temperatures and many feet of snow or howling winds and ample rain, winterizing your home is a must when the mercury starts to drop. Failing to prepare for seasonal changes can result in expensive damage to your home. If you’re not sure where to start, here’s a comprehensive guide to protecting your property in the winter.
Something almost magical happens when we open our homes and our hearts to guests. It doesn’t matter whether they’re old friends, family, or new acquaintances, when we share of ourselves with others it comes back to us, in many ways.
The goal of creating a haven where guests feel welcome and find both comfort and companionship is easy to reach when you focus on the details.