Signs You Have A Rodent Infestation And How To Handle It

It can be a nerve-wracking experience to see a mouse run across the room. It means that you're dealing with a rodent infestation. However, not all people will see an actual mouse run across their floor. Sometimes it is important to know how to look out for signs of mice in your home. It's also important to know what to do once you have identified that there is a rodent problem. [Read More]

Stay Warm This Winter: 5 Ways Keep Cold Air From Coming Into Your Windows

Now that it is cold outside, the last thing you want to happen is for cold air to come in your windows. This will not only make your electrical bill go up but you and your family will not be comfortable in your home. Below are five ways you can keep that cold air outside. Use Cellular Shades Shades can be used for much more than to block the sun. There are some shades that will also prevent cold air from getting into your home. [Read More]

How To Clean And Maintain Retractable Door Screens

Retractable door screens are convenient because you can easily open and close them as needed. When you want to use the screen on a warm day or evening, just slide it open and enjoy the outdoors without letting bugs and other natural elements inside your home. When you no longer want to use the screen, you can slide it back, and it will be completely out of sight. This feature, which sets retractable screens apart from their traditional counterparts, comes in handy when you want an unrestricted view through a glass door. [Read More]

Taking A Closer Look At The Advantages Of Gas Fireplace Inserts Over Wood-Burning Fireplaces

There is something enchanting about a crackling wood fire amid a home to make it feel inviting, but is all that wood burning really worth the hassle when there is a better option? Many modern homes with a fireplace at all have been fitted with a gas fireplace insert, and even older homes that normally had a wood-burning fireplace have seen replacements, but it is for good reason. A gas fireplace just makes more sense to most homeowners. [Read More]