Machines eventually break down. Friction, heat, and other forces gradually wear them down until one day, they stop working.
When they do, the cost of getting them up and running again can wreck your budget. 40% of us can’t afford to cover a $400 emergency. And given what’s going on with the Coronavirus, that number is only going to increase.
As frustrating as it might be to have your routine interrupted, now is a good time to knock out that “honey-do” list.
You know the one…the small little DIY home repairs list that you’ve been meaning to get to, but have been too busy to think about?
Cleaning house is not an all or nothing proposition.
There are different levels of “clean”. And while we all want our house spotless, sometimes it comes down to doing just enough to be presentable.
We’ve all got busy lives, so if house cleaning is at the bottom of your list; or if it hasn’t made “the list” at all, the following quick cleaning tips can bring the current state of things up a notch.
Did your lawnmower die at the end of the season?
If so, it’s time to hunt for a new one…lawn mowing season is right around the corner!
However, instead of deciding between a gas or electric mower that’s tethered to an outlet, you can choose one that runs on battery power.
Left untreated, mold can do a significant amount of damage not only to a home’s occupants but to the home itself.
That’s why it’s important to recognize the telltale signs that mold is trying to establish a foothold in your home.