Any home repair can be frustrating, but some repairs are particularly troublesome. A dead air conditioner in the heat of the summer, a failing refrigerator full of food, an oven that won’t turn on — and it’s Thanksgiving Day.
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Home owners’ insurance is necessary coverage for every home. But this necessary coverage can also be unnecessarily expensive if you’re not careful. Insurance rates can be influenced by a wide variety of factors, including your credit score, the local fire station, even the pool or trampoline in your back yard.
Every home owner needs a tool box. Whether you’re handy or not, little things come up, and they’re not all worth calling a professional. A home tool kit can help you hang photos, assemble furniture, fix a toilet, build a cabinet, and more.
You probably feel safest at home with your baby—and you should. But the unfortunate fact is that so often, our homes are filled with hazards for babies, toddlers, and young children who don’t know how to avoid dangers at home.
Your refrigerator is an essential appliance in your home, and when it’s not working properly, you can have real problems: puddles in your kitchen, spoiled food—even spoiled parties!
Can you imagine something worse happening to your lawn and your sense of smell than your septic system leaking all that waste? We can’t either. The potential consequences of such an event could be time-consuming, wallet-breaking and potentially hazardous to one’s health.
It’s the thing you don’t think about, until something goes wrong with it. The plumbing system can be the most important thing in your house. And when there is overflowing or leakage, it brings peace of mind to know it can be fixed at minimum cost.
Do you know the difference between a home warranty and homeowner’s insurance? You may understand that they both protect your home and your finances, but don’t quite know how they are different from each other.
For those living in parts of the US that are prone to severe weather, Twitter can give them the warning necessary to evacuate quickly and get out of harm's way.
Many older adults prefer to live at home well into their senior years. But living independently means seniors are often at greater risk for tragedies including falls, fires, and poisoning.