Preparing a Wood-Burning Fireplace

Few winter delights beat the crackling sound and soothing aromas of a wood-burning fire. As you prepare for the upcoming holidays, make sure your fireplace and your fire-building skills are ready in time for cozy gatherings. Have a chimney sweep company check your chimney for birds’ nests and other debris that could block smoke from […]

Need to Know: Dog Etiquette in Home Sales

This post is by guest author Pam Summers, dogetiquette.info. The decision to sell your home probably didn’t come lightly, and you’d likely prefer to sell as quickly as possible to not only minimize the stress, but the nostalgia too. However, selling a home where a furry, four-legged resident resides comes with it’s own set of […]

Six Easy Low-Cost Energy Savers

According to Energystar.gov, the average American household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills, with nearly half of that amount spent on heating and cooling. Here are six easy, low-cost ideas to cut those bills down. Change your air filters. It’s a chore that’s easily forgotten, so put it on your calendar every […]