As we move through November, winter is almost on our doorstep. As a companion to our post on winterizing your home’s outdoors, here are tips for preparing your home’s indoors for winter. Change your smoke alarm batteries It’s important to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at least once a… Continue Reading Indoor Home Maintenance Tips to Prepare for Winter
Home ownership can bring tremendous joy to you and your loved ones. But it also takes hard work (and money) to protect your home from harsh weather, sun damage, and general wear and tear. Here are some low-maintenance upgrades that reduce time fixing your home, and give you more time to enjoy it. Metal Roofs… Continue Reading Low-maintenance Home Upgrades
Halloween is bigger than ever in the USA. In fact, the National Retail Federation predicts that for Halloween 2016, Americans will spend $8.4 billion (including $3.1 billion on costumes and $2.5 billion on candy). This come out to $82 dollars per person! And while it’s hard not to love a night where you can eat as… Continue Reading Tips For a Happy and Affordable Halloween
Winter is coming. And for preventing expensive home repairs caused by cold winter weather, fall is the time to take action. Here are some simple things you can do to prepare your home’s outside (and your home goods) for winter. Properly store your lawn mower In most of the US, you won’t have to mow… Continue Reading Outdoor Home Maintenance Tips to Prevent Winter Home Problems
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