Do you have a home security system that you rely on to protect your family, home, and belongings from burglaries and home invasions? Is that home security system really enough to stop these horrible things from happening? There is one other element of home security that you may have overlooked—you! What can you personally do to ensure your home is as secure as possible?
Maintain the Security System
A professional installation of a home security system is the best way to know that every part of your home is covered.
Have you noticed ice forming on the condenser coil of your air conditioning system? If so, prompt troubleshooting or repair is important to ensure that your AC does not become severely damaged. The condenser coil in your system is a heat exchanger. In a normal system, the coil gets cool, but it does not freeze or accumulate ice. When there is a malfunction of the coil present, ice accumulation occurs, and if the issue is not addressed, it will get progressively worse.
If you are moving to a new home and you have a sentimental tree that you cannot bear to leave on your old property, you may have considered bringing it along with you. Transplanting a tree can be accomplished if you take safety precautions to make sure it does not go into shock from the change in conditions. Here are some instructions to follow when transplanting a tree from one property to another.
You only have one chance to make a first impression, so when you're preparing for a home showing, the last thing you want is for your house to appear dark and gloomy. Dark rooms can seem small, cramped and claustrophobic. These lighting techniques will help open up your interiors and impress potential buyers.
Leave all Your Curtains and Exterior Doors Open
Pulling back your curtains will let in the sunlight from the outside, giving your home a cheery quality that buyers will find familiar and comforting.
You've probably heard about the benefits of having a water softener. Soft water makes your skin feel silky, it makes your soap lather better, and it prevents scale from forming on your appliances. You may wonder if you would benefit from buying or leasing a softener for your home. Here's what you need to know.
Test For Hardness
If you have well water, you probably have hard water. You can find out for sure by having a test run by a lab, or you can just buy a kit and test the water yourself.