Winter is here. For many, that means slippery roads, icy roofs, and frozen driveways or sidewalks. Most areas use rock salt (sodium chloride) to clear the ice and snow. While effective, it also has the potential to release harmful levels… Read More >
Home in need of a deep clean? Wondering where to start? The first and most important step to getting a thoroughly clean home is actually to declutter it. Once all the clutter is cleared, it’s time to get cleaning. Follow these room-by-room tips to get that sparkling clean home you’re dreaming of.
You’ve heard about the value of a kitchen remodel or finishing up the master bathroom. Now it’s time to consider something that can have a big impact on the health and longevity of your home environment.
Exposure to ash and other residue from a fire can cause irritation to your eyes, nose, or skin and result in coughing or other health issues. When it comes time to clean up the aftermath of the smoke and ash, there are many protective measures to keep in mind.
Basements and crawl spaces can have a certain…smell. So how do you get rid of it to enjoy a healthy home? Let’s explore some best practices for your basement and crawl space.
Winterizing is a win-win. It’s generally inexpensive to do, and it has the potential to save you money on energy bills. Not to mention, make your home more comfortable for the winter months.
We’d all like to believe that the air quality inside our homes is clean and healthy for the whole family. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, however, our indoor air quality can actually be up to five times worse than that of outdoor air.
Planning on home renovations this summer? Don’t let them steal your sunshine! Here are some easy, yet effective, summer home projects that you can complete in less than a week—perfect if you’re tight on time and want to keep your… Read More >
Do air purifiers work? Most people have no clue that their indoor air quality at home, at the office or in the classroom is likely littered with indoor air pollution.
It might surprise you, but fabric softener is the number one cause of indoor air pollution. Never fear though, this DIY fabric softener is easy to make and VOC-free. But first, what’s a VOC? A VOC is a Volatile Organic… Read More >