Sleepless Nights? 4 Ways To Get Better Sleep With A Well Maintained Mattress

Mattresses are vital investments because you spend several hours a day on them. The quality of mattresses is key to getting a good night's sleep, but a badly maintained mattress is likely to give you sleepless nights. This guide is designed to help you extend the shelf life of your mattress, while helping you get better sleep. Rotate The Mattress Every Few Months  While new mattresses typically cannot be flipped over from one side to the other, it may be a good idea to turn your mattress clockwise every few months to ensure that it wears out evenly on all sides. [Read More]

Ensuring the Safety of Your Kids on Bunk Beds

Bunk beds are an excellent alternative to a conventional bed, especially if you have more than one or two kids and want to accommodate them. It is also a great way to maximise on space. However, when buying a bunk bed for your kids, you need to consider the safety of the beds. This is because bunk beds, while being convenient, can pose serious risks of injuries. For instance, kids can fall from the top bunk or get their limbs and heads trapped in gaps around the bed. [Read More]

HVAC: 4 Tips for Improving Indoor Air Quality

If someone in your family struggles with allergies, having poor indoor air quality can make it miserable just getting through the day. Here are some easy and effective ways to improve the air quality inside your home to help relieve some of those allergy symptoms. Reduce Indoor Pollutants When you want to improve the air quality inside your home, you should begin by getting rid of pollutants. There are many chemical pollutants inside your home that can severely affect the quality of the air, causing more severe symptoms for family members with allergies and making it unhealthy to live and breathe. [Read More]

Questions You Might Ask About Restumping a Home

The term "restumping" has nothing to do with tree stumps on your property, but refers to the process of adding additional stumps or supports to the foundation of a home, or replacing rotted and cracked stumps. The process might also involve repair and replacement of floorboards and subfloor materials inside the home, if these have become damaged over time. Restumping can keep your home safe and level and help avoid cracks in the foundation and in the home's interior as well. [Read More]