Know What it Means to Pass or Fail a Radon Test

Once you’ve finished your radon testing, it’s time to dig in and understand the results. Pass and fail aren’t necessarily the best ways to determine home safety, but knowing the numbers involved will help you choose the right solutions for your home. The EPA established that a radon level of four picocuries per liter as…

Tasteful Fall Décor Ideas for Your Mantel

As summer comes to an end, it’s time to start thinking about changing up your home décor to match the changing of the seasons. As the focal point of your main living space, your mantel deserves some extra attention. If you’re at a loss as to how to decorate this small yet significant space, consider…

Add Texture to Winter Décor

One of the arguably most fun parts of home décor is the incorporation of different textures. In winter, many people seek the indoors for warmth and coziness, so bring both function and aesthetics to your home with bold textures! Knitted blankets and even sweaters can break apart plain designs and give something comfortable to cuddle…

How To Lower Radon Levels in Your Home

If you have high levels of radon, you will need professional assistance. If the levels are only slightly elevated, you may consider some of these options: Sealing Concrete: This temporarily reduces radon levels in a home. Close Foundation Cracks: If there are visible cracks and other visible openings in the foundation, use calk to close…

Two Overlooked Areas That Need Your Attention

Great home maintenance is key to a beautiful house that makes you happy. It also makes your appliances and home exterior last longer. Did You Forget About Your Fridge and Windows? Don’t feel bad, it happens. These are two areas that are important but easily overlooked. Vacuuming fridge coils – sometimes they’re on the back…

Fun Ways To Stay Organized

Make your home a happier space by trying out these two home organization tips. Mason Jar Storage Create a rustic place to keep bathroom clutter at bay by mounting mason jars onto scrap wood. Hose clamps keep the jars tight against the wood, creating the perfect spot to hide small clutter. Cookie Pan Chore Chart…

Keep Your Wiring Current

Make sure all of your household appliances have grounded plugs with three prongs. Older, two-pronged appliances could shock you or a family member. Replace appliances with only two prongs. If your outlets are not grounded, have them replaced and a new circuit installed. Watch for Flickering Lights out? If so, you may have a problem.…

Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Décor This Year

If you are short on time but want to decorate your house for the Thanksgiving season, don’t worry. Mother Nature and some simple decor tricks can make your home fall-worthy in no time. Use Natural Elements Now that leaves, pinecones and acorns are littering your yard, go outside and snatch some of them up. Use…