Setting Up an Open House: 3 Tips to Make Your House Stand Out on Rainy Days

Hosting an open house can be a great way to promote the sale of your house and is highly recommended by most realtors. Most home buyers will visit 3 to 5 houses a day when they are on the market for a home, and will be more likely to make an offer on the house that stands out the most to them. If you’ve looked at the weather forecast and already know that you’ll be hosting your open house on a rainy day, here are three tips you should consider implementing. Buy Plenty of Floor Mats When hosting an open Read More →

Asthma In Your Home: Two Causes And How To Fix Them

Asthma affects 26 million Americans and is increasing each year, resulting in 4,000 deaths with 2.1 emergency room visits annually. Asthma can be caused by many different environmental factors. But, when you recognize asthma is caused by something in your home, you should remove the cause and help resolve asthma problems within your family. Here are two common causes of asthma in your home and tips to help eliminate the problems. Rodents Besides bringing diseases into your home, mice and other rodents living in your home can give you or your family members asthma allergies. Asthma can be a life-threatening condition, especially when Read More →

5 Tips For Keeping Track Of What Is In Your Storage Unit

Self-storage is a booming industry in the United States. About 10.85 million Americans rent a self-storage unit, and of those renting, 52% of people say they plan to rent for a year or more. If you are one of the many Americans planning to utilize long-term self-storage, you should consider forming a plan to keep track of what is in your storage unit. Keeping track of the items that are in your unit can allow you to utilize these items more efficiently, helping you to make self-storage a useful part of your life as opposed to an area to keep Read More →