Is Your Beautiful Floor Ruined?

When you have beautiful hardwood floors in your home, you probably worry a lot about them being scratched up. It is so easy for it to happen. Someone pushes a piece of furniture and it slides across the floor, or someone walks in with their shoes on and don’t realize...

A Way To Kill Pests

There are many unwanted things that you as a homeowner have to deal with. It could be insects, rodents or weeds just to mention a few. These three situations have something in common though. They are often solved by the use of some type of pesticide. While some...

Keeping It All In

Heating and cooling a large home is costly, and you probably want to do everything you can to cut down on costs. Did you know that it is possible that you are losing a lot of money before the heat even makes it to the rooms of your home? This is because of leaking...

Leaky Windows

While your home might be very well insulated otherwise, do you have leaks around your window? Windows and doors are the biggest culprits when it comes to loss of heat in a home, so it is worthwhile to spend some time making sure that your windows are as well insulated...

Keeping Your Throne In Shape

You might think that there isn’t much to consider when you inspect a toilet, but there are a few important points to keep in mind about this essential part of your home. Since your toilet contains contaminated water, you don’t want it to leak. If the toilet is not...

Formaldehyde In Your Home

Do you have formaldehyde in your home? You might instinctively answer no, but do you know that for a fact? Formaldehyde is used in the production of certain fabrics, which means that there can be residue in your furniture. It can also be found in certain types of glue...

Teardrops On Your Windows

In the winter time, many homeowners find that there constantly is moisture forming on their windows. While a little bit of moisture is common, if you find that this happens a lot, you might have a problem. Most homes today have double pane windows that are designed to...

Don’t Waste That Water

The amount of water you use varies greatly depending on your habits. Some drink more water than others, or they might take longer showers or flush the toilet more often. On average, a person living here in the US uses about 90 gallons of water per day. If you are...

Keeping Water In Check

Moisture in your home can bring so many problems. It can encourage mold growth, it can attract pests, it can cause rust or rot, just to mention a few. It makes sense to try to keep moisture out of your home as much as possible, but this is a tough battle to fight. You...

A Bubbling Mess

Have you recently bought a home that has a dishwasher? If so, are you familiar with how to use it? If it is your first time using one, you should be careful not to make the mistake of using regular dish soap in the dishwasher. While this might seem like it shouldn’t...