You might not live in a snowy area, but winter’s colder, wetter weather can be hard on your home. Not to mention the impact of higher heating bills on your wallet!
Now’s the time to start on those fall home improvement projects that will keep your house safe and comfortable during the cold months ahead.
Here are the best home improvement projects to tackle this fall.
You can say that you don’t care how long your grass gets since you can easily trim upon moving out. However, the two most important parts of your home are your doors and windows. It might be hard to believe, but if they don’t match, look frightening, or sit in odd positions, you won’t have many people coming to see your home. There’s even a chance your doors or windows are weak and won’t shut out the elements from sneaking through cracks and holes. Here’s our quick, definitive guide on what to know about changing doors and windows.
People switch to solar for a variety of reasons.
Besides generating electricity that is completely pollution-free, solar has a full life-cycle pollutant level that is much lower than any fossil fuel (after accounting for manufacturing and the rest of the supply chain).
By generating your own electricity, you reduce your reliance on the utilities and protect yourself from future price increases. For those who are truly committed to being independent, they can add batteries to their homes and be disconnected from the grid.
Despite all these compelling reasons to go solar, there are some relatively easy and even free things you should do around your house first, before you invest heavily in solar panels. Some of these are obvious, but others are little vampires that you may not even realize are draining your energy and money.
If you’ve ever spent time in a sauna, you know just how relaxing they can be, especially after a hard workout. Aside from the physical benefits, saunas have been shown to improve health as well.
Unfortunately, having one installed at home is a luxury that many people cannot afford. But what if you could build one yourself?
You can! Here are 7 creative home sauna designs to inspire your own DIY sauna project.:
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have the best tool possible to manage your home? We have the best tool you will need. It is not a hammer or screwdriver, not even a chainsaw. But is it is a digital home management platform that helps you track everything about your home in one central location. You may be asking what is a digital home management platform?
HomeZada gives you an website and a set of apps to track a home inventory, manage a maintenance calendar, leverage templates for home remodel projects, and review all home finances. Not to mention if you own multiple homes, you have one centralized location to track everything about your homes.