Housewarming parties started in medieval times when neighbors would literally bring firewood and light up the hearth for warmth and to chase off any bad spirits.
With all the decorations, shopping, parties, and fun coming up with the holiday season, it’s important to keep your home safe.
There’s nothing better than gathering with friends and family during the holiday season (unless you’re in Jamaica…because that might be better).
Homeowners often hear the words “time to winterize your home” and get spooked, but it doesn’t have to be scary.
Halloween is right around the corner! It’s a time where we welcome little ghosts and goblins to our door and gift them with free candy. It’s also a time known for mischief.
Fall has arrived! With its cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall, it is the ideal time to prepare your lawn for next spring.
If you’re looking to increase home security, have an area for your pets or children to play, or even keep unwanted critters from your home, a fence can help get the job done! But be careful not to get too ahead of yourself…there are a few things to keep in mind prior to digging that first post hole!
It’s a great time to be a seller!
Listing your home this spring? Boost your home’s curb appeal by painting your front door! It’s a simple DIY and your door can be transformed from drab to fab in a day!
Has your patio been in a state of hibernation since last year?
After a lot of discussion and research, you decided to sell your Columbus home. The market in Ohio is much better these days, and you are thinking about the profit you can make by selling the place now. But then you look around the house and keep seeing potential remodeling projects.
When ice forms on your walks and patios, what should you do? Grab some rock salt and spread everywhere? Absolutely NOT!
Every year about this time I start to see what look like bumble bees flying around my deck posts and trim boards.
Radon gas is naturally occurring, it is odorless and colorless. It is also known to cause lung cancer by the EPA.