Give Your Hardwood Flooring a Fresh Shine

Your hardwood floors were built to be tough, but even they need some tender loving care every now and then. Bring your hardwood floors back to life by giving them a thorough cleaning. Vacuum them, and then mop with a cleaner that is specifically made for hardwood floors—you don’t want to accidentally cause any damage,…

Tighten That Dripping Faucet Right Away

A leaky faucet can seem like such a tiny thing, but fixing those drips can provide major benefits for your wallet and your sanity. Getting rid of nighttime leaks can help you fall asleep more quickly and enjoy a relaxing night’s sleep. At the same time, you can literally save hundreds of dollars on your…

Direct Water Away From Your Home

Home maintenance doesn’t have to be expensive, and when you put these home maintenance tips to use, it won’t be. One simple yet crucial chore you should tackle this weekend involves extending your downspouts, so they direct water away from the base of your home and not to it. Factory downspouts end at the foundation…

How to Test Your Radon System to Make Sure it Works

When it comes to your radon system, play it safe and make sure that the system works properly. If you have a radon mitigation system, this does not mean that you shouldn’t perform radon tests after buying a home with radon. Take care of radon tests after you install the mitigation system and then do…

Tips for Reluctant Clients

Buying a home is worrying enough, but you know firsthand how stressful it is for first-timer buyers. Likely they are chock full of questions and want to know everything about the whole experience, but strongly recommending that an inspection is done before any money is exchanged can save investors a lot of trouble and heartache…

Easily Repair Drywall Holes

Life happens and sometimes the drywall takes a hit resulting in holes that need repair. Thankfully, repairing drywall holes and cracks is an easy home maintenance task you can accomplish in less than an hour. Clean the area needing repair; then apply a drywall patch to the affected area. Use joint compound to affix the…

How Can You Tell It’s Time To Bleed a Radiator?

Every six months or so, you may need to bleed the radiators in your home. Air can find its way into the system and get trapped. This creates gaps in the circulating water, potentially causing cold spots and making certain rooms cooler than others. Another sign it’s time to bleed the system is that you…