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.
Whenever an appliance in installed into the house, people look at the manual and then throw it away. However, did you know it may be a good idea to keep some of those manuals? Read below to see what should be kept and what can be tossed. It’s better to have them and not need them, then need them and not have them.
Now that the Christmas is officially over, sadly it is time to take down all the pretty Christmas decorations that took your hard work putting up. 1st Source Servall is here to give you tips and tricks when putting away these decorations. These tips will help you be organized so it makes for an easy decorating next Christmas.
We all know about the stress that comes with having the house absolutely perfect for all of those Holiday parties. 1st Source Servall is here to help reduce that stress by giving you weekly to-dos. This short series is going to give a weekly house preparation list for the four weeks up until Christmas weekend. This guide will eliminate the last minute rushed cleaning and organization.
Whether you are just doing laundry for yourself or you have a house full of children that make never-ending piles of clothes that need to be washed, doing laundry can get overwhelming if you are working in a messy space. Washer and dryer units take up a lot of room wherever they are in your home, not to mention the extensive space that is occupied by laundry baskets and piles of clean or dirty clothes. Here are some great ways to clean and organize where you do your laundry that will make the process of doing laundry much easier for you.
No matter the size of your refrigerator and freezer, it always seems as if there is never enough room for all of your food, drinks, and snacks. Nothing is more frustrating than coming home from going grocery shopping and fighting to fit all of the food that you just bought into your fridge. Being able to get items in and out of the fridge without knocking something else over or having to take something out is merely impossible, and dealing with the freezer is usually even worse because it is even smaller than the fridge. If these problems are all too familiar to you, here are some clever hacks and tips that will make your life in this area of the kitchen a little bit easier.
It’s a new year, why not try out a new look for your kitchen? Before spring is in full swing, this is the perfect time to redo or reorganize your kitchen before the weather gets even warmer and we start spending all of our free time outside! So much time is spent in the kitchen between cooking and baking, eating meals, and being a central socializing spot for guests. Here are some new ways to enhance your kitchen’s look while keeping the space efficient.
Small appliances can be very handy and convenient. Whether you have a quesadilla maker, a waffle maker, a fryer, or all three, where are you supposed to put these gadgets? They aren’t an everyday appliance, so leaving them out on the counter-top seems silly. Follow the tips below to know exactly what to do with your juicer or food processor.
We all get in the habit of tossing our groceries into the freezer or refrigerator, but are we maximizing the lifespan of our food by doing so? Refrigerators have different drawers, shelves and parts for a reason, that being that different foods require different refrigeration. So, before you shove all of your grocery bags into the same shelf, take a look at where different foods should be stored in the refrigerator.