Sunday Morning Tip for April 18: 5 Spring Cleaning Projects to Start Right When the Weather Gets Warmer
Now that warmer weather has finally arrived and you wake to the sounds of birds singing, you know it’s time to get started with your spring cleaning. However, as you look around your home and yard, you may be having a tough time deciding which tasks to tackle first.
Are you the owner of a home that was built more than 30 years ago? If that’s the case, there’s a fair chance you’ve got asbestos on your hands.
Keeping your carpet clean and free from stains is indeed a challenging task– which is why removing stains and spots is mostly a crucial (and sometimes time-consuming) task.
Electricity is the key driving force behind most of the equipment that we use in our daily life. Smart home automation technology has been invented a few years back.
Insects are generally small and not considered to be much of a nuisance. However, as anyone who has had a problem with termites will tell you, that’ not always the case.
Keeping your house spotless, organized, and clutter-free is easy if you live a minimalist lifestyle. But, it’s not like you need to be a minimalist to start decluttering.
Energy is expensive. The average annual energy bill is now $1,273. Interestingly, despite the production of more energy-efficient appliances the average cost continues to rise.
The term insulation covers a wide range of materials, from rigid foam and foam-in-place to loose-fill and rolls and batts. While having a lot of options is often a good thing, it can make choosing the right insulation an intimidating prospect for homeowners who are just starting to get into DIY home improvement projects.
Your home is supposed to be one place you feel safe and secure. However, there can be dangers inside your home that you don’t even realize could be hazardous until it’s far too late.