Among the many unwanted changes the pandemic is dropping on our laps, one is even more surprising and scarier than all the others. According to the latest reports, rodent infestations are reaching a jaw-dropping increase of 30% since the COVID-19 craziness caught us off guard!
Cats are fascinating animals that have been around for thousands of years. However, they’re also very particular creatures, and they want to be comfortable when you bring them into your home. Cats need a space that is just right for their size, so it’s essential to create the best possible living area for your feline friend.
Apartment living and dorm apartments are nothing if not small. Moving into your first apartment is exciting because this is likely your first time living independently. But it’s also likely a bit overwhelming as you try to find space to stash all your important stuff.
Floods are the bane of every homeowner’s existence. You put all your hard work into taking care of your home, inside and out, only to hear about a sudden flash flood warning from your local weather station. It can feel scary and stressful, and you’re probably hoping that nothing gets destroyed.
The most recent reports suggest that it is already too late to stop the planet warming by 1.5°C and that global warming is accelerating. The report suggests that the key to reducing the amount the planet warms is in reducing carbon emissions, that is something everyone can help with.
No matter where you live, you need to conserve and save water as needed. No reason to waste. This is especially true is drought stricken areas. So what can you do to save water?
Pests are unwanted guests in the human environment. Besides looking gross, bugs, rodents, and small reptiles can transmit various infectious (even some deadly) diseases and cause damage to your home. Because of their size, you are often unaware of their presence.