Category: Household

Before the Big Move: Upgrading Your New Home into a More Sustainable One

More homeowners are embracing a sustainable lifestyle. They want to reduce their carbon footprint and help in making the world a better place. It may take a bit of adjustment to start living a healthier and sustainable life. But the rewards we can enjoy are indeed life-changing. What better way to start embracing sustainability than

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Can You Turn Your Home into an Event Venue?

Although it has been highly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, rental event venues still command at least a four-figure sum for an hour or two of rent. While the income is not steady, a rental venue is one of the most profitable rental properties as it requires the least bit of maintenance compared to rental

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Tricks to Keeping Your Condo Stylish, Luxe, and Pet-friendly

Pets are like your children, and as such, you need to consider their needs and temperament when choosing furniture pieces for your condo unit. If you’d skip sharp-edged tables to ensure the safety of your kid, then you should also know how to avoid certain types of furniture for the sake of your fur baby.

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Hate Chores? Here’s How to Maintain a Clean House Without Effort

Different people have different reasons for hating household chores. Parents who balance full-time jobs with child-rearing are too exhausted to do the laundry. Fur parents with three dogs find it useless to keep sweeping dog hair when it’s shedding season. And then there are the lazy bunch, who see their clutter as a “creative mess” they can live

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Small Signs of Major House Problems That You Shouldn’t Ignore

Most of us tend to ignore seemingly minor household issues, hoping that they will go away on their own or perhaps putting repair off for later. But while some small issues are genuinely not much to worry about, others can be signs of major home problems that you may not be aware of. And when

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Leave it to the Pros: Home Projects You Should Never DIY

Everybody wants a nice home. And those of us who already own properties continually think of ways to improve them to make them even nicer and add greater value to them just in case, you know, you decide to sell it in a few years. A lot of folks take on the task themselves to

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Energy-efficient

You Can Create an Energy-Efficient Home in Five Ways

As times get tough, we try to find effective ways to reduce our spending and save money. Modern life depends on energy use, and most of the time energy costs money. Most of our appliances at home rely on it, so it is prudent that you learn how you can efficiently manage the power use

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How to Keep Yourself Safe during a DIY Home Project

Here’s a not-so-fun fact: over 200,000 DIY-ers are injured each year while working on their projects. If you plan on doing some DIY projects at home, small or big, it’s always important to keep your family, yourself, and your workers (if any) safe. You want to make sure that you’ve got the right equipment and

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Winter Decor

Winter Decor Ideas to Get Your Home Ready for the Upcoming Season

If you can’t wait to exchange fall’s mustard yellows and fiery oranges for winter’s icy blues and snow whites once the calendar flips to November 1st, you’re not the only one! Although winter technically doesn’t start until we’re well into December, a lot of people start decorating for the upcoming holiday season after Halloween. Suddenly,

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A Beech Worktop: The Way to a Stylish Kitchen

Choosing the finish for your kitchen worktops offers a plethora of decisions to be made; from granite to concrete, from marble to laminate, the variety is vast. But if you’re looking for a timeless top that complements every kitchen, you may be attracted to wooden worktops. There are a number of different types of wood

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