Water-Saving Tips for Your Bathroom

Want to reduce your water bills – and be a little nicer to the environment? Take the advice of the experts at the Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program and start with a good hard look at your bathroom. Bathrooms account for 50% of all indoor water use,...

5 Home Maintenance Projects to Do This Fall

When stores start selling Halloween candy — a full two months before the haunted day — it’s a good reminder to start thinking about how to prepare your home for the upcoming change of seasons. It may seem too early to focus on fall maintenance projects, but preparing...

Back to School – Creating the Perfect Home Office

School is back in session, and that means the kids will be bringing home more and more homework. This, combined with a growing trend of professionals who are able to work from home on a permanent or part-time basis, places increased emphasis on creating the perfect...

How to Use Universal Design In Any Home

Like it or not, our physical abilities change as we age. Vision begins to blur and joints begin to ache. Once-simple tasks like taking out the garbage, emptying the dishwasher or even taking a shower can become increasingly arduous. However, not everyone living in the...

Smart, Sensible Lawn Maintenance Enhances Home Value

Maintaining a healthy lawn can be a challenge during the summer months, but ignoring that challenge can diminish a home’s “curb appeal” and even its value. Summer’s heat, drought, and high humidity can dehydrate grass and lead to desertification, while a host of...

Spot Home Damage Before It’s Too Late

Home owners are well advised to conduct regular checks around their homes. By keeping their eyes peeled, they have a better chance at preventing a small leak from becoming major water damage, an improperly sealed window from turning into a significant mold issue, and...
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