Ways to Keep Winter Out
Living in a poorly insulated home will definitely cost you thousands on energy bills, especially during winter. The key to understanding how to keep warm is knowing that you lose more heat by radiation to your surroundings than by convection to the air. This is the reason why your house feels cold when you get back from a winter break – even after you have turned on the central heating read more
Is Your Home Ready for 2017?
Every year, houses go through lots of challenges, just like their owners. Regular check-ups are also a must. Make sure your home is ready for another year by following these guidelines: Clean Your Air The quality of the air you and your family breathe is important for your health. You may add plants to help purify the air but then again, not everyone has a gree read more
Home Improvements to Keep Everyone Warm This Winter
You cannot do anything about the chilly weather but what you can do is take steps to make your home more energy efficient. Homeowners should start with small tweaks before splurging on big home improvement projects. The thing you need to concern yourself with is to keep the warm air in and the cold air out. In order to do that, there are a number of measures you can take to acco read more
Have the Perfect Home for Winter
Winter is definitely here and many people are still thinking about ways on how they can keep the house warm while saving money along the way. Beyond just saving money, it is simply not easy to keep a home warm especially if it is an older house and the insulation is not that good. Here are some tips to help you keep warm and comfortable all throughout the winter while saving mon read more
Gas Fireplaces: Why You Should Get Them
In Canada, we all know how freezing is not fun at all. If you live in a country where there are four seasons, the importance of having a fireplace cannot be reiterated much. A fireplace may seem like an intimidating investment for some people, but you should consider investing in them.
Here are some of the reasons why you should invest in a gas fireplace: