Whether you’re buying your first home, upgrading to a bigger place, or relocating to a new city, moving is an exciting milestone! It’s also the perfect opportunity to sort through your stuff and decide what to keep and what to replace. Not only can you cut down on clutter but you can earn some extra cash when you sell unwanted items. To make the decision process easier, here’s what you should keep and what you should replace when moving into a new home.Read More
As the temperature drops, your heating bills tend to go up. In fact, about 60% of your annual hydro bill goes toward heating your home. Fortunately, we have six tips that will keep your house warm without turning up the heat.Read More
Halloween is a fun and exciting holiday that allows children to be creative, imaginative, and bold by dressing up and trick-or-treating door to door. With the thrill of the event, it is easy to forget about safety measures so, to make things easier, we have conjured up some Halloween safety tips for your kids!Read More
Decluttering and organizing the home is often at the top of New Year’s resolutions. But the goal can be overwhelming and is often not achieved. Don’t give up on this challenging task. The rewards are well worth it. Your home will be less stressful, less dusty, easier to clean, and better for your family’s health. Decluttering and organizing your home doesn’t mean your home needs to be picture perfect. The goal should be to improve the space, so it is more comfortable for you and your family. Give your home a detox with these five easy ways to declutter your home.
1.Make a Detailed List of Areas in Your Home to Declutter