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?
If, like many people, you’re spending more time at home right now due to COVID-19 restrictions, and you’re worried about the economic impacts of the pandemic too, it’s wise to look for ways to save money.
One of the strategies to do so is to use less water. This suggestion might sound a little daunting, but there are simple yet effective ways you and your family can make these changes today.
Understanding basic plumbing within your home can make a considerable difference in how you prioritize upgrades within your home improvement budget. Investing in quality plumbing can also increase the real estate value of your home.
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?