At the time of this writing, many individuals across the globe are making lifestyle changes to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
If you’re one of those people you’re probably spending a lot of time at home.
Why not take some time to do those projects you’ve been putting off such as taking a home inventory?
When your home improvement project is done, crack open your libation of choice and enjoy it! Share it with family and friends. You worked hard at putting it all together, you might as well celebrate a little, or a lot depending on the home improvement project and the details of the project. Read More
My name is Tami Traeden, I live in Portland Oregon. I recently heard about HomeZada and quickly checked out the website because I suffered from a home fire.
My interest was strong based on my experience in 2008. My husband and I were both home on a Sunday afternoon in November. Our home was a 100 year old craftsman which was quite drafty so I used space heaters often. I was upstairs in my office when I noticed the space heater was not putting out warm air. So, I had moved it to a new outlet in the room so I could be closer to the project I was working on. I did not think much of it until about 30 minutes later the power went out. My husband came upstairs to talk to me before going to the basement to check on the breaker box, when he glanced out the window.
What he saw forever changed our lives. Read More
Your home is one of your largest assets. And your home needs a lot of care and understanding in order to maintain its value. As it’s primary care giver or CEO of your home, are you really aware of what is going on in your home? Are you aware of what your are spending on home improvement projects? Are you up to date on your home maintenance and what it is you need to do to take care of your home? How about documenting what you have in your home? Do you know what you own or will you need to recall everything