The Dos And Don'ts Of Cleaning Out Your Dryer Duct

Posted on: 14 January 2015

Even if you clean out your dryer's lint trap regularly, it's still important to clean out the dryer's ducts and vents every year or so. Whether you have a gas or electric dryer, there's a duct that runs from the back of your dryer to a vent on the outside of your home. This vent carries exhaust and steam from your dryer to your home's exterior to speed up your drying times and prevent carbon monoxide buildup.
[Read More]

How To Refinish Wood With A Distressed Look

Posted on: 7 January 2015

Rustic and industrial chic are very big these days when it comes to decor. Using a lot of iron, oil-rubbed bronze, and distressed wood in your home's decor is a great way to get this type of look. If you have wood furniture that just doesn't seem to fit into this new type of decor, you can change it yourself using a few different distressing techniques. They're fairly simple and great to use for kitchen tables, end tables and cocktail tables.
[Read More]

Natural Remedies To Keep Two Common Pests Out Of Your Home

Posted on: 23 December 2014

Ahhh, bugs. Can't live with them, and boy do you ever want to live without them. So in order to ensure that they don't decide to make your home their home as well, you need to do a little bit of work to keep them out. So use these line of defense tips and tricks to keep a couple of the most common bugs found inside the home outside instead. 
[Read More]

Make Your Bathroom Easier On Your Mobility Issues

Posted on: 19 December 2014

If you struggle with mobility issues, you want to do everything you can to make your home a mobility friendly and safe place for you. There are a lot of changes you can make around your house to make it easier for you to get around, and some of the most important changes will be in your bathroom. The bathroom can be a very dangerous place, and you want to replace those dangers with mobility-friendly options.
[Read More]