Getting your house sparkling clean can be challenging and fulfilling at the same time. After you are done cleaning your entire space, you get a sense of pride, knowing that your home is much more organized and beautiful than before. You might have your best practices, but the question is: are you doing everything right?
Thanks to a higher overall level of sanitation and widespread best practices in today’s world, you might be fortunate enough to live a pest-free life in many areas. But things can change. A neighbor leaves their garden unattended, letting it grow wild. Or you move into a home with some areas that were allowed to
These days, homeowners might find that floor space increasingly comes at a premium. In many parts of the country, the definition of affordable housing is an apartment or tiny house. Yet even with modest digs, we often need to accommodate extra heads on occasion. Lifestyles change; you might be entertaining guests or bringing family over
Whether it be a holiday or a reunion, house parties and gatherings create a cozy atmosphere no rental venue can replicate. If you’re looking to remodel or construct a home for entertaining, here are three essentials: Plenty of Outdoor Space It’s always good to have a patio or a deck. They can boost a property’s value.
So you’ve found yourself amid a battle against an army of fire ants. As if the “regular” kind weren’t pesky enough critters, now you have to deal with these more aggressive types that can cause a nasty bite and often crop up more noticeably during the fall and spring. You don’t have to put up
Spring cleaning is something that should be done at least every month to keep your home clean. It’s also a chance for some homeowners to reorganize and declutter. Working slowly and thoroughly is the key to keeping your house spick and span. However, spring cleaning isn’t restricted to the indoors. You will also need to
Working from home is all fun and games until you see a stack of unopened mail that needs to be taken care of, dishes that must be washed, or your pet dog that craves your attention. That’s the dilemma of every worker who stays at home: there’s a diversion anywhere you look. But it’s not