As the snow melts and the sun starts to shine, you may pull up to your house and start noticing some things that may have been neglected over those long winter months. With the nicer weather comes the added responsibility of maintaining the external aspects of your home. But this isn’t as daunting as it seems! Read on for a simple checklist.
Happy spring! With winter officially behind us, many people have spring cleaning on their mind. But this can seem a bit daunting- who has time to clean their entire home in one day? Read this checklist to see the main things to get done to optimize your efforts and deep-clean your home in just a few hours of spring cleaning.
Cooking can be an interesting and stressful thing to do. There is a lot to know and a lot to learn and a lot to figure out. There are different types of stoves to work with such as gas and electric. For first time users, there are things to know about when it comes to gas stoves. Read below to see the things that are needed to know for first time gas stove users.
Do you dread laundry day? Laundry has made the top five “worst household chores” in several studies, so you are not the only one. Although it may never be your first choice for how to spend your free time, there are many things you can do to make doing laundry less of a chore. Read these ten tips to help improve your laundry day!
When it comes to the dryer, there always seems to be some confusion when it comes to venting. Dryer venting is important and should be done the right way to keep the dryer from functioning properly and the people in the house safe. For dryer venting misconceptions or myths, read below.
The dishwasher is basically your best friend when it comes to kitchen cleaning. It saves you countless hours washing the dishes, but did you know that it can be used to clean so much more than just your dirty dishes? Many common household items can also be popped in the dishwasher for hassle-free cleaning. Continue reading to see an assortment of them and save yourself some cleaning time!
Fires within the home are terrifying. They usually want to be avoided at all costs so why not take the steps to do so. A number of fires have been created by the dryer. Consumer reports states “‘Dryer fires are responsible for nine deaths, 420 civilian injuries, and $222 million in property damage annually,’ says Marty Ahrens, a spokesperson for the NFPA.” Read below on how to prevent dryer fires.