3 Tips For Protecting Your Roof From Ice And Snow

The snow and ice in the winter season can be beautiful to look at, but it has a dangerous side as well. Too much ice and snow can be damaging to your roof. To be safe, it's a good idea to be informed about the type of damage the winter weather can do to your roof and how to prevent or fix any problems that the harsh weather might cause. Take a look at some common dangers the snow and ice may pose to your roof this winter and some ways that you can prevent damage. [Read More]

Make Your Living Room Look Bigger With These Painting Tips

If you feel like the living room in your home isn't quite big enough, there is plenty of advice available for storing items differently or otherwise making more space for your belongings. Did you know, however, that painting the walls and ceiling a certain way can make a room look bigger? Check out these tips for interior painting that will open up your living room and make it appear larger than it actually is. [Read More]

Managing Chiggers In Your Garden: Advice For Homeowners

There are 20 known species of chigger that feed on humans, but only two of these live in the United States. Nonetheless, anyone who has ever suffered from a chigger bite will know how unpleasant these little critters are. While chiggers are a common seasonal problem across the United States, you can take measures to make sure your garden doesn't become a home for these unwanted visitors. Learn more here. [Read More]

4 Tips For Keeping Your Home Warm When Your Heater Breaks Down

During a cold winter's day, your home's heater may have broken down. While waiting for repairs, you may worry about how you are going to keep yourself and your family warm. If so, use the following four tips to keep heat in your home and protect your loved ones from the frigid temperatures. Seal Off Your Doors And Windows The first thing you should do is examine your doors and windows, looking for any gaps or cracks in the frames. [Read More]