While the summer is winding down, your energy bills may still be soaring. When thinking about ways to save, Aire Serv recommends keeping an eye on energy-sucking culprits that are racking up homeowners' utility bills without them knowing, such as dirty air filters. Other considerations to keep in ... » Learn More about How to Cut Utility High Heat Utility Bills
No one likes to think of disaster striking their home; however, preparing for an emergency—be it a flood or an earthquake—can be the make-or-break factor for protecting your property should disaster hit. A storm can cause electrical outages, flooding, and water damage to your home itself, as well as ... » Learn More about How to Prepare Your Home for the Worst
Most parents of young children have done their due diligence child-proofing the home. However, it's sometimes tough to spot certain safety situations in advance. "As a busy, working parent, I know first-hand how difficult it can be to find the time to tackle any home project," says Safe Kids ... » Learn More about Smart Safety: Is Your Home REALLY Child-Proof?
A large amount of home injuries happen in the kitchen, where fire and sharp objects lurk around every corner. To help, USAHS Occupational Therapy faculty member Dr. Terri Roberts offers these kitchen safety tips if you are going to make a holiday feast for your family: - Always use oven mitts ... » Learn More about How-To Prevent Injuries in the Kitchen
Maybe you’re moving and want to properly stage your home. Or perhaps you just want to enjoy your home more, with less “stuff” interfering with your décor. In any case, decluttering your house or apartment can create a more peaceful, aesthetically pleasing environment that everyone who enters your ... » Learn More about 6 Smart Tips for Decluttering Your Home