Garage cleaning is one of those seasonal chores every homeowner does with the arrival of spring. As the snow thaws and the flowers bloom, it’s time to emerge from hibernation and get the garage and its contents ready for another active year.
Spring is here once again. As the snow thaws and the chill ebbs, the verdant greens start to flourish and birdsong fills the air once again.
After winter-proofing your home the past season, it’s time to wake it up from hibernation and prep it for the warmer months ahead. Here’s your 8-point checklist for preparing your house for the spring season.
The cold has thawed, and the lovely colors of spring have started to replace the bleak whiteness. However, along with spring comes the return of animals, some of the pests.
Here are five common spring insects to watch out for, and how you can get rid of them.
Air conditioners are one of the necessities of modern life. On the one hand, they make life indoors comfortable, especially during the hot summer months. On the other hand, they are one of the biggest contributors to your monthly bills, particularly centralized AC units that consume up to 1450 kWh per month.
Thankfully, you don’t have to choose between sweltering in the heat or racking up a mountain of utility bills, thanks to a wonderful innovation called inverters.
In the old days, there were two ways to cut an appliance’s utility cost. The first is to use the appliance sparingly, and the second is to purposely choose an undersized unit that sacrifices performance for savings. Neither option is desirable and comfortable for you and your family.
Thankfully, there is now a third option: choose an inverter appliance in lieu of the normal one.