In terms of cleaning, one of the most overlooked parts of the home is its filters. You may not even realize just how many filters your home has—and if you don’t know the filters are there, they’re certainly not being cleaned properly! For the benefit of your knowledge, here’s a list of the common types of filters in your home.Read More
Winter is a tempting time to try and put aside things like home maintenance and make it through the cold. This has a few drawbacks, unfortunately. Maintaining your home during the frigid chill of winter might be a little more difficult, but some things still need to get done. A burst pipe or roof leak isn’t going to wait until spring to need fixing. To keep you on top of things, here are a few tips for regular winter home maintenance.Read More
Furniture features both functionality and beauty. Simply using furniture leaves damage and causes it to lose its beauty over time. Fortunately, with just a bit of care, it is possible to keep your furniture looking lovely for a long time. Here is how to best care for furniture.Read More
Regular maintenance on your house is one of the most important responsibilities you have as a homeowner. Of all the problems that could pop up unexpectedly, some of the worst are plumbing problems. There’s nothing like a burst pipe or freezing cold water to throw off your entire day. Luckily, you can solve these issues as long as you catch them before they become huge problems. Keep an eye out for these early warning signs of plumbing problems, and your home will keep running smoothly.Read More
Energy costs can often take up the biggest share of household budgets for most individuals, especially in the colder months of the year.
Fortunately, an energy audit can help to reduce this budget buster by revealing leaks and other energy consumption vampires that are driving up your energy costs.
While you can hire a professional to do this for you – from about $250 to $650 or more, depending on where you live – you can save money by doing it yourself.Read More