Summer brings a lot of things, with heat, longer days, and cold drinks. As the days continue to grow longer, summer is the perfect time of year to invite your friends and family over. How will you entertain your guests in the warmer months?
When it comes to making your home more energy efficient, you may not know where to start. But with a little kick-start and investment, you can start making a noticeable difference in your energy bill. Start by making small conscious changes on a regular basis and when you have the money consider purchasing larger upgrades.
Once that warmer weather hits and spring has sprung, it will be time to take care of some seasonal home maintenance. Winter storms and extreme temperatures can wreak havoc on your outdoor structures and stress the functionality of your systems, so it’s important to get outside and take a look around.
Winchester holds 250 years’ worth of history, including George Washington’s first public office, Stonewall Jackson’s headquarters and civil war battlefields, offering visitors a wide variety of things to see and do here. Not a history buff? The quaint old town of Winchester offers something for everyone.
You are moving into your new home and you have a little one, here are some tips and things to take into consideration to babyproof as you move in. Childproofing your home is essential to keeping your baby safe. Be prepared to childproof the nursery, bathroom, kitchen, fireplace, any area of your house that poses a threat to your baby.
You bought your new home, now you are starting to feel a little overwhelmed with moving boxes and bubble wrap to focus on anything other than getting your stuff from point A to point B. Besides ensuring a smooth moving process, there are other important things you need to take care of as you’re getting settled into your new home.
Downsizing can often be viewed as a rite of passage into retirement. So, when people choose to go smaller earlier in life, it can seem like a step backward. But downsizing isn’t a step back and isn’t only for retirees and empty nesters, it makes sense for a variety of people.