All parts of your home are important, but it will always be the roof at the top, literally and figuratively.
As the one part of your house that is continuously at the receiving end of harsh sunlight, heavy rains, hailstones, and the worst Mother Nature can bring, the roof offers the best protection from the elements that you can get.
There are many particles floating outside your home that may pass through your ventilation or heating and cooling system. It can be toxic and harmful chemicals that may cause health issues when exposed for a long period of time. Checking the quality of air in your home must be conducted regularly to ensure the safety and good health of your family. For starters, here are some signs of declining air quality:
the tenants move out, the stress moves in. A clean rental can yield many
benefits, even if it is a pain to achieve. To help you reap the rewards of a
pristine rental, here are a few tips.
While you can live without cable or satellite, you won’t live very long without water.
But don’t think that just because you need water you’re stuck with paying high water bills every month.
Assuming you don’t have a hidden water leak, if you find your water bill going up month after month, there are things you can do to reduce your water consumption (without resorting to bathing once a week).
Your chimney and attic make a great habitat for animals, like migratory birds and bats, but they shouldn’t be there. These animals can cause damage to your home’s structure, including your plumbing and wiring, as well as spread diseases. So, how do you keep animals out of your attic and chimney?