Is Mold In Your Home A Serious Health Concern?

27 April 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Mold in your home is unsightly, a sign of neglect and decay. It will also damage your household goods such as clothing, books, furniture, and your home's walls and ceiling. Above all, mold can make you and your family sick. Should you be concerned? Worsens Allergies If you already have respiratory problems such as asthma and allergies, mold will make the condition worse. The result will be skin and eye irritation, sneezing and coughing. Read More 

Family Fire Safety—Are You Prepared?

27 April 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Fire safety is something that should always be discussed within the home. When you have kids, you have the added responsibility of ensuring that they know what to do in the event of a fire. Here, you'll find a little information to help you prepare your kids for a fire. Evacuation Plans If your kids are school-aged, they've probably been taught a little about fire evacuation plants at school. Oftentimes, fire departments hold assemblies, and in some cases, dedicate an entire week to fire prevention and safety. Read More 

Why You May Want To Make The Switch To Smart Locks

14 March 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

A smart lock can make your life easier and provide enhanced home security. If you need to change the locks on your doors or if you just want to take advantage of smart home technology, then you should consider having a smart lock installed. They usually replace your current lock and deadbolt, but some smart locks can fit over your existing deadbolt so your current keys can be used as well. Read More 

Three Tips To Help You With Growing Wildflowers On Your Property

25 January 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Having flowers blooming throughout your property can provide your land with a charming and beautiful quality. However, if you are wanting to achieve this look, there is a strong chance that you may be unsure of what to do to obtain the desired results. Luckily, fostering the growth of wildflowers throughout your property may not be as challenging as you thought, as long as you are using some basic strategies. Read More