Depending on where you live, spring is just around the corner—so it’s time to start thinking about all those home maintenance chores you’ve been putting off. Below, you’ll find a list of tasks you should handle in the next few weeks; completing the checklist will ensure that your home is in top shape and ready for those April showers.
We all know that pressure washers can be used to clean your home’s siding. And with spring right around the corner and the weather on its way to warming up, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll be seeing pressure washing picking up very soon.
Green living has become such a mainstream concept as the public has become increasingly educated on the importance of renewable energy, non-renewable resources, and the overall impact that environmentally friendly choices has on the health of people, animals, and plants.
Shakespeare had it right when he declared that, “all the world’s a stage” in his pastoral comedy, As You Like It. That’s especially true when it comes to selling a house as your home should be staged, a move that can stir up buyer interest and elicit bids for your home.
Sometimes we all could use a little change in our lives. Staring at the same walls, the same paintings and the same colors day in and day out can prove to be quite dull.
There are people who are talented enough to build nearly their entire house on their own, while some do not even like to entertain the thought of the simplest steps. Chances are that if you are building or finishing a room, you are like the average person and are somewhere in the middle of the road.
Reducing your energy consumption can come about in a number of ways including through your electrical usage at home. Your electrical consumption is prone to spike at various times of the day as well as during certain seasons when spikes in demand, i.e. Christmas lights, are factored in.
You wake up earlier than normal one morning and soon realize that your home is colder than it should be. Your overnight thermostat setting is at 62 degrees, but a quick check of your thermometer shows a room temperature of 48 degrees and falling.