Home is where you’re supposed to feel safe. However, even properties in the most tranquil neighborhoods are still at risk from intruders. When you can’t afford a private security team or a pack of intimidating canines to guard your home, what can you do to protect your family? Thankfully, there are many measures you can take to keep your home safe.
The forecast is in: several inches of snow, ice and freezing rain are headed your way. Yep, there’s no doubt about it. Winter is coming. And you need to prepare your home for whatever it brings. Use these budget-friendly tips to brace yourself for anything the season hurls your way.
There’s nothing quite like unwinding after a long day in your very own backyard (or indoor!) hot tub. But with great comfort comes great responsibility—hot tubs typically require a whole lot of TLC. But no worries. Keeping your hot tub in great condition is easy with these maintenance tips.
It’s a fact. You spend a third of your life sleeping. So it’s important that your bedroom is as comfortable as possible. Creating the ideal sleep space is something you’ll want to invest a bit of time, energy and money into—and trust us, it’ll be worth it. The best sort of sleep space is somewhere you can feel tired at night and well rested in the morning. Here’s how to achieve that perfect balance.
Your lawn is the first thing people notice about your house. And like all things in life, it’s important to make a good first impression. Use these tips to help your home put its best foot—er, lawn—forward all year round.
There are so many benefits to having your own garden, ranging from health perks (fresh veggies!) and curb appeal (make those neighbors jealous) to overall mental and emotional wellness (creative outlet, anyone?). And the best part is, with the right information, it’s easy to have a garden of your own.