It’s a new year and you may be thinking some rooms in your home/apartment/condo need a fresh look. Even if your New Year's resolution was to save more money, you can still do a little light redecorating!
Homes can be attractive targets for pesky critters like mice. This can be a problem any time of year, but there is often an uptick when temperatures drop and they begin looking for somewhere warm. Here are some tips you can use to keep your home free of vermin and other pests.
While not everyone lives in an area that gets snow and freezing temperatures, even warm areas can have cool days. Here are some cost-saving ways to make your home feel a little warmer when the temperatures dip and you're looking for a little extra warmth.
When snow is covering the ground and cold air is blowing, we want to finish our outdoor chores as quickly as possible so we can get back inside where it is warm. While some find snow removal to be a good form of exercise and enjoyable, others are looking for the quickest and safest ways to complete the job.
Before the snow starts flying, it is important to make sure your secondary home is prepared for the weather. What is important maintenance on any home, is doubly important on a home that may be vacant or have limited occupancy over the winter. To get you started, we have 5 must-do items for your home or cabin.