A couple of years ago, my beloved grandmother began experiencing the symptoms of dementia. Within a few months of her dementia diagnoses, this wonderful lady became entirely dependent on my parents. They began preparing all of my grandmother’s meals, driving her to places, and ensuring she took her daily medications. If one of your adult relatives has recently become dependent on you for his or her survival, you might need to move him or her into your home. If your house is small, consider hiring a contractor to build an addition onto it. For instance, you might wish for your contractor to construct a bedroom and bathroom for your loved one. You may even wish to build a small kitchenette onto your home. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common types of additions people build onto their houses. Enjoy!
Rain, wind, hail, and other environmental factors can destroy siding, but invasive pests are a danger that many homeowners do not consider. To protect your siding, issue these 5 pests an immediate eviction notice.
Rodents enter homes for food, shelter, and warmth. Squirrels, for example, are often found in attics and other upper-floor rooms of the home, while mice and rats favor basements and first-story rooms.
Unfortunately, rodents also multiply quickly, so a single interloper can quickly become a full-scale infestation. [Read More]
Are you concerned about your gas furnace filling your home with deadly gasses? One thing for you to inspect from time to time is the heat exchanger in the furnace. Here is a little about heat exchangers and how to inspect it between professional furnace maintenance and repairs.
What does a heat exchanger do?
The heat exchanger inside your furnace is a ceramic tube with one hole on each end. The heat is brought into the exchanger through one end and the dangerous gasses are expelled through the other end outside your home. [Read More]