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Need a Fresh Start? 10 Tips to Achieve an Organized and Decluttered Home

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the chaos in your living space? Don't wait for spring to start a decluttering journey. Here are ten practical tips to help you achieve an organized and decluttered home. While you transform your living space, consider reviewing your homeowners insurance policy to ensure all your valuables are protected. Set Clear Goals: When decluttering your home, it's important to establish specific...

How to Clear Your Home of Bugs and Rodents

During the winter months, it’s common for you to open your doors to friends and family.But as the temperature drops, your home may become a destination for insects and rodents fleeing colder weather and looking for food. That makes your home an attractive option.Learn how to clear your home of bugs and rodents. What are the signs of an infestation?If insects or rodents have set...

Firewood 101: What You Need to Know

If you’re a fan of old-fashioned fireside comfort, firewood may be an important part of your home heating experience. However, firewood selection isn’t as “cut and dried” as it may seem, and care should be taken when selecting and handling the wood you burn in your home. The quality and safety of your fireside experience depends not only on the kind of wood you use,...

Seven Musts for Hosting a Viewing Party

Arrange the tray tables, fluff your sofa cushions, and bust out the guacamole: it’s viewing party season!Whether it’s tense playoff showdowns, glitzy award ceremonies or gripping episodes of everyone’s favorite nail-biter series, it’s always fun to host a viewing party with family and friends. Move over, binge watching. This time of year, it’s all about those don’t-miss live broadcasts on TV.Football fans have the big...

The Homeowner's Guide to Chimney Inspections

The fireplace often serves as a warm and inviting place for families to gather. However according to the National Fire Protection Association, between 2016 and 2020, fireplaces and chimneys were responsible for seven percent of residential fires in the United States. Despite accounting for only seven percent, chimney fires were responsible for more than $200 million in property damage.Figures like these underscore the need for...