first “likelihood of mold growth” idea copyright image by Pixabay Does your home have mold? Notes: If that raised an eyebrow for you, read on as we discuss this further
A healthier lifestyle begins with creating a healthier home environment. The COVID-19 pandemic turned our homes into new offices, classrooms, and socialization spaces. Since then, we’ve spent more than 90% of our time at home.
As you drive through neighborhoods, these days, you’ll see more and more homes topped with solar panels. With how popular they’re becoming, you may be interested in converting to solar power as well, but you may be wary about the cost.
Moving to a new house or office can be overwhelming and frightening at the same time. It can be a good experience as you’ll be exploring a new place. However, packing your items into storage and moving to a new area can be time-consuming and stressful tasks.
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.
The laundry room! Not one of the most prized areas of the home. When it comes to remodeling, we think of kitchens, bathrooms and basements. But not laundry rooms. But maybe you should. Doing laundry for a family is a major household operation.
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.