6 Telltale Signs You Have Rodents Hiding In Your House

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A rodent infestation is not something any homeowner wants to deal with. When any type of rodent enters your home, they go crazy and make it their own. This can lead to problems with the home itself, and they also may cause certain health problems. You see, many rodents carry diseases that can make us sick, so you don’t want to be in close contact with them!

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When Does a DIY Repair Make More Sense Than Calling an Expert?

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Every now and then, we might encounter an issue at home such as a flickering light, a broken switch, or even a leaky faucet. While it’s not enough to immediately call an expert to fix it, it might be bad enough that it causes problems for you and frustrates you on a daily basis. Maybe it doesn’t happen all the time or perhaps you just don’t have time to fix it so you continuously push it back.

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Four ways to up your home’s curb appeal

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If there is one thing that most homeowners concentrate on, it’s the interior of the home. Not only will they focus on it, but they often neglect the exterior in favor of the interior. The thing is, if you’re ever in the position where you plan to sell your house, you need to be paying attention to the exterior of the house. You have to know that when people see the house from the outside that they will love what they see.

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Simple sustainable swaps #BeTheChange

Over the past year or so I’ve been seeking out small changes to my consumer behaviours which reduce my personal impact on the planet.

Each change or switch on it’s own might not move mountains, but I’m already starting to feel like the cumulative effect of consciously exploring options IS helping to reduce my carbon footprint.

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Creating a kid friendly home

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No matter where you are in the world, if you have kids, a home is essential. It can be a mobile home, like an RV or van, or it can be a stationary home, like a house, condo, apartment, or trailer home. The type of home does not matter for the kids, because they may not know any different. Even if they have friends who live in houses, and they live in a van, the van is the “norm” for them. 

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Tech tips for better family organisation

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Organising your family takes work. The more of you there are, the harder it can become to stay organised. There’s a lot that you have to do, and often lots of places you all have to be at different times.

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Getting Started with Upcycling

There are many advantages to upcycling old furniture. It is a great way to give new life to tired, old pieces, saving you money while filling your home with unique and eye-catching furniture, and adding personality to your home.

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How clean is your house? Post lockdown cleaning tips for a safe family home

It’s one thing having a tidy house and another having a clean house. And it’s a whole different ball game when you are emerging tentatively from a global pandemic.

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Home Decor Ideas To Improve Your Living Space

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Your main living area is where you likely spend a lot of time. It may be where you go to read a book, watch television, or entertain guests.

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Five flooring faux pas to avoid

As we all sit back in lock down and stare at the four walls surrounding us, it’s a perfect time to either take on a little DIY or reflect at how far you have come.

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