Posted on September 21, 2020 by iwano@_84
The first fall chill in the air is a reminder that the garden and park life we’ve been enjoying is about to make way for the stay-home life. COVID numbers are rising again, and we know that indoors gatherings are part of the problem, so we’ll likely be doing some version of what we did back in spring, and spending a lot more time with members of our own household at home.
We haven’t forgotten that awful feeling we had in March and April, before the weather warmed up, of being trapped indoors. So many of us are now looking for ways to make our home feel cozy and nurturing for the winter months. One way to go from cabin fever to cabin chic is to bring the outdoors in. Try introducing some of these nature-inspired ideas into your family living space.
Growing house plants makes life more
Posted on May 5, 2020 by iwano@_84
Common tools used in snow removal are wide sloped shovels. These are used mainly for small snow removal jobs by home owners or small business owners. Several different types of shovels are used in different applications. Obviously the goal with any of them is to scoop up as much snow as possible and move it somewhere else. The most challenging part of snow shoveling is the weight of the snow when it is in the shovel. There are shovels specially designed for snow removal that are equipped with wheels and other devices that help remove snow from the shovel without having to lift it.
Regardless of the innovations in snow shovel creation, many people (mainly older people) find snow removal to be an annoying and stressful task. Snow shoveling can be dangerous to those people not accustomed to working in cold conditions for long periods of time. Often times, people … Read More
Posted on May 2, 2020 by iwano@_84
The winter is approaching, and you need to be ready for it. You need to get your home ready for the cold season, which is important if you want to make your home energy efficient and comfortable. Check out the following home improvement tips that will make a difference this winter.
Go For an Energy Audit
You can hire a certified professional to get your home rated. The energy rater will conducted an “audit” and test your residence for possible energy losses and other safety issues. Based on the detailed report he will give you, you can make important repairs and make your home more energy efficient.
The professional will also give you some tips to address the common issues with your home. You can then take necessary steps to solve the issues.
Seal The Walls
The seals in the walls allow the air in, which causes fluctuations in the … Read More
Posted on May 1, 2020 by iwano@_84
Whether you are a new homeowner, or have been living at your residence for several years, it is never too late to start a winter maintenance routine for your vinyl siding. After all, your home’s exterior is 100 percent exposed to the intemperate weather conditions that are known to occur this time of year. These conditions often lead to a long list of home siding damages that can affect your quality of comfort, as well as your bank account.
If you want to avoid costly repairs and replacements, protect your investment, and keep your home looking beautiful, it is necessary to take good care of your siding. In order to alleviate some of the natural wear and tear experienced by siding during the winter, you can implement some easy upkeep and protect your vinyl from inclement winter weather all season long. Continue reading to learn how you can get started.… Read More