Vinegar is a very handy household item, as it is natural and non-toxic, and nearly everyone has it on hand. It has an assortment of uses, including cooking, cleaning, and a variety of assorted household hacks. Although it can be used as an alternative to harsh chemicals to clean a lot of surfaces in your home, there are also a few things that vinegar should not be used for. Keep reading for some tips on what to do and what not to do (and why) with vinegar!
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.
The fall season is here which means it’s time to finish that summer clean up and prepare for fall. Take it as a checklist for making sure the house is ready for fall. All of these items are simple and will take no time at all.
The weather is cooling down, the kiddos are going back to school, and fall is less than a month away! With September in full swing, it’s time to start prepping our homes for fall. Without further ado, here’s some tips and tricks to save energy this season, starting with your home appliances, heating, and lighting.
Since it’s the Summertime, the nice weather has arrived. For a lot of people, it means windows can be open all day long and doors are open for fresh air. For other people, the windows and doors stay closed up and the air conditioner comes on. There are many reasons why opening windows are beneficial during the summer. It is healthy and can save people money.
During the winter it’s hard to cut down costs on electric and heat because you really can’t leave your home or tell the kids to play outside because it’s a nice day. So here are some energy saving tips for winter.
Now that it’s November, those unbearably cold winter months are just ahead of us. If you have noticed certain rooms in your home that are colder or warmer than others, get this fixed on your own so that every room in your home is comfortably equipped for this winter!
There are a few reasons why this could be happening and some things you can do so that warm and cold air is distributed evenly throughout your home. When the air is balanced, your systems will run more efficiently, which in turn will save you money on your bills.