Whether you’re new to homeownership or you’ve simply moved into a new home, there are lots of little things you can do to help save money.
Run through the list that follows to start saving money on maintenance and energy costs now, rather than later…
Starting a garden might be alluring for many but this
adventure should be thought through before embarking upon it. Unless you wish
for your garden to die out in the first couple of months, you need to adhere to
certain standards and at the same time avoid applying other detrimental
measures. Learning the dos and don’ts of gardening is a process that takes
years but with the help of this article and a bit of discipline, you can fast
forward and become a seasoned gardener in no time.
Did you know that your standard homeowner’s policy doesn’t cover you in the event that your home is damaged by floods?
This is true, even if you’re not situated in an area that’s prone to flooding.
When your home gets flooded due to a plumbing problem, roof leakage, or storm water, the quicker you act on minimizing the water damage, the better the outcome will be. It is also important to do the right steps to avoid making the problem even worse. Here are must-do’s in mitigating water damage after flooding:
For many folks out there managing vacation homes can be challenging. When will I arrive at my vacation home? What can I leave in my vacation? Who will use it when I am not using it? All of these questions and more often present themselves when owning a vacation home. Read More