As a Homeowner, costs can add up quickly. These home improvement tips can help you save money in the long run.
It takes more than luck to protect pipes from a hard freeze.
Every part or appliance in your home has an expected lifespan and, if you live there long enough, you’ll probably be faced with home repairs or replacement at some point. Here are some quick tips to remember when it comes to gauging how long those big-ticket items will last in your home!
Vacuuming does the best job at removing dirt; however, there are a few more things you can do to keep your carpet looking as new as possible, for as long as possible.
Look to these simple life hacks to help keep your comfort level high and reduce energy usage.
Your home has weathered the worst of winter... Now’s the time to take care of maintenance.
It is important to know the rules and regulations tied to your local HOA. Learn more about what you can expect from your homeowners association here.
You’ve probably heard the old saying: “April showers bring May flowers.” While no one has yet discovered how to make it rain (or make it stop), we can control where that rainfall flows. Gutters and downspouts protect homes from wood rot, ugly water stains and even serious foundation problems.
It’s easy to take the conveniences of modern life for granted when they’re working, but your system is too important to leave to chance.
Carpenter ants can cause a lot of unwanted structural damage to your home. Learn how to recognize a carpenter ant and prevent an invasion.
Stop cold or warm air drafts from coming in through your unsealed windows by installing the proper weatherstripping material. Learn more here!
In order to keep your new home in tip-top shape, take a look at these systems and areas to ensure everything is well-maintained!
Cleaning the interior of your oven doesn't have to fill you with dread with these easy and simple steps!
Before you start a batch of your best hot cocoa, be sure that you’ve taken precautions to protect your home’s plumbing.
Winter is here! While you might be able to shelter your potted plants in the garage or basement, the rest of your garden will be exposed to the brunt of the cold. Defend your plants from the elements with some time-tested tips.
The roof over your head is an important facet of maintaining your home and it’s crucial to know its lifespan.
Tom Robbins once wrote, “There’s birth, there’s death, and in between there’s maintenance.” Routine care is an important part of homeownership.
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