Your local municipality is responsible for providing clean, treated water up to the point where your home attaches to the supply. As it turns out, a lot can happen to water after it enters the pipe that brings it into your home. Moreover, researchers have discovered that water quality can vary from room to room within your home and even change with the seasons. These problems don’t only occur in older homes. Here we offer some pointers on how to improve water quality in your home.
You’ve decided on getting a new home, and you’re probably ecstatic about the thought of owning it. Before you go and get everything set up, though, there are few things that you should keep in mind. Not all homes are built equally, so you’ll need to do your due diligence to make sure you’re not living somewhere that’s unsafe. Here is our new homeowners’ essential home safety checklist.
If you’re among the millions of people now working from home as a result of the pandemic, you may be dreaming of the days you spent away from home at “the office”.
Lunches with co-workers have been replaced by quick grab ‘n’ go leftover reheats or…for the most time-poor among us, adding GrubHub to your phone’s speed-dial.
Waterproof mattress protectors are a must-have for any mattresses in your home that are at risk of suffering spills or night-time accidents, but that’s not all they’re good for. A mattress protector keeps your sleep surface clean and hypoallergenic. It protects your mattress from dead skin, sweat and sebaceous oils, dust mites, and allergens, like pet dander and fur. Unlike the mattress itself, you can regularly wash your mattress pad, so you know you’re always sleeping in a clean bed.
Between work, family and extracurricular activities you can feel as if you’re pulled a thousand different ways.
When you have a good home management system in place, it can help to reduce the overwhelming feeling that comes with not having a plan.