How To Prepare Your Home For Colder Weather

Love it or hate it, colder weather is upon us. That means it’s time to start tackling those projects that prepare your home for that colder weather. Home maintenance never ends for homeowners so it’s important to keep up on the latest tasks at hand so you don’t fall behind. We’ve compiled a quick hit-list of DIY projects to knock out before that cold weather hits hard. See something that we missed? Let us know in the comments!

How to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

A question that homeowners ask frequently is how they can be more energy efficient. There are major benefits to paying attention to the energy efficiency of your home. The first is cost savings. Lowering your energy bills is a big win for homeowners looking to cut cost. The other is being more environment friendly. Both are great reasons to keep looking for ways to build the overall efficiency of your habitat. That’s why we’ve compile a few great DIY projects that can cut energy cost and make your home more green.

Home Spring Preparation Projects

As spring approaches, Homeowners need to start thinking about the checklist of projects to start tackling. Getting geared up for the warmer months and checking a few task off the list early can really make your life easier in the long run. That’s why we’ve pulled together some great DIY projects to help prepare your home for spring and summer so you can be prepped to enjoy the warmer months while they last. Let’s dive in.

6 Ways To Control Your Home’s Privacy

Privacy control can be a big topic for homeowners, especially for those who live in neighborhoods and suburbs that have houses somewhat close to each other. Being able to control the amount of privacy your home has is important for your comfort while being at home (or away from home). We’ve looked at some of the best ways to control your homes privacy and we’re hear to share the tricks of the trade.

9 Energy Efficient Home Upgrade Projects

Being energy efficient not only helps keep your costs down, but it’s also really good for the environment. The less energy we can waste collectively, the better off we all are. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some great home upgrade projects that you can easily tackle on your own (or hire a professional) to help increase the energy efficiency of your home. There are many more tips and tricks out there, but this is a good way to get started.