Category: Home and Garden

Landscape design ideas for the elderly

March 16, 2020 3 min to read

Landscape design ideas for the elderly

Category : Home and Garden, Lifestyle

The progressive advances and innovations in healthcare are enabling more people to live longer than before. As such, we have a groundbreaking and outstanding rate of aging people. As a matter of fact, there’ll be about 10,000 people turning 65 each day for the next twenty years. This statistic has called for new solutions for a...

8 things you may not realise could invalidate your home insurance

February 22, 2020 2 min to read

8 things you may not realise could invalidate your home insurance

Category : Home and Garden

Taking out home insurance is one of the most important things we can invest in. Not only does it cover us financially should a disaster happen, but it also provides peace of mind. Hopefully, you will never have to make a claim but if you do find yourself in this situation you would naturally assume you are covered from theft and dama...

Reverse osmosis costs: is it worth it?

February 21, 2020 2 min to read

Reverse osmosis costs: is it worth it?

Category : Home and Garden

Does reverse osmosis contribute to the well being of your family (especially your children)? Is it safe? Are reverse osmosis’ costs reasonable and manageable? I don’t blame you for taking precautions. These systems aren’t cheap and it’s your right to know what you’re signing up for. If you’re looking for a straightforward...

How to remove iron and fluoride from drinking water in the home

February 14, 2020 2 min to read

How to remove iron and fluoride from drinking water in the home

Category : Health, Home and Garden

The presence of contaminants in drinking water is increasing at alarming rates. Examples of typical contaminants found in drinking water are fluoride and iron, because we’re unable to see them with our physical eyes however, there’s a tendency to overlook the import of constant ingestion of them on our bodily systems. In this art...

Flipping disaster: a black-mold-ridden home

February 2, 2020 2 min to read

Flipping disaster: a black-mold-ridden home

Category : Home and Garden

Walk onto the scene of any house flip and assuming the project is going halfway well you’ll hear the sound of change. Drills will be whirring. Circular saws will be slicing through planks with a punctuating high pitch as each cut is complete. But, our flip had a much different sound. What sound does a commercial air scrubber make? ...