Repairing a Bathtub Leak

Repairing a Bathtub Leak

If you’re faced with a bathtub leak, you’ve probably either noticed water damage on the ceiling below or a persistent drip from the faucet. Unless you’re a licensed plumber, it’s probably best to call the professionals to diagnose and fix the...
Quick Steps to Diagnose a Low-Pressure Faucet

Quick Steps to Diagnose a Low-Pressure Faucet

While a slow-flowing faucet may be a sign of larger plumbing issues, it’s often a quick fix. Take the following steps to diagnose the issue. Check the Shut-Off Valve: Check that the shut-off valve beneath the sink is fully in the on position. Stored items...
Quick Home Composting Tips

Quick Home Composting Tips

From reducing your carbon footprint to making your own organic, nutrient-rich fertilizer for your garden or landscaping, composting is a great way to put food scraps and yard debris to good use. What Goes Into the Compost Pile? To maintain a healthy compost pile, make...
Increasing Resale Value for Your House

Increasing Resale Value for Your House

Whether you’re looking to sell your house soon or want to make it easier in the future, there are some simple ways to make your home worth more when you sell it. First Impressions Whether it’s someone driving by or looking online, the outside of the house is the first...
How to Start Cleaning the Clutter

How to Start Cleaning the Clutter

When dealing with a whole house of messy rooms, it can be overwhelming and easier just to pretend it isn’t there. However, the longer you pretend, the more you get used to it. No task needs to be done all at once, but it can be hard to get started. However, there’s an...
How to improve your home’s curb appeal on a budget

How to improve your home’s curb appeal on a budget

The ‘For Sale’ sign is up and viewings will be scheduled soon. Now’s the time to add the finishing touches to how your home looks when seen from the street – by boosting its curb appeal. Improving curb appeal needn’t cost a lot – it’s just about making smart changes....