Windows are your home’s primary connection to the outdoors. They let in light and views and can help warm your home in the colder months. For your windows to be at their best, however, you need to keep them clean. As the season turns, now is a great time to make your windows glisten again. Here’s how to do it like a pro.
Credit cards are a fast, convenient and flexible way to pay for countless types of purchases and expenses. Compared to carrying cash or using bank funds via debit cards, credit cards can be a very secure form of payment, but they’re not without their own risks.
Have you changed the air filters in your home in the last one, two or three months? If not, it’s time to do so. Regularly replacing your air filters helps trap indoor pollutants, minimize your energy bill, reduce indoor allergy and asthma triggers and impede the growth of mold and mildew. Whether you have a central HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), a window or wall unit or some other solution, there’s probably some sort of filter that needs regular maintenance to work best. Here’s how to change or clean your home air filters.
It goes without saying that your retirement funds are usually best saved for your retirement. However, sometimes it may be beneficial to utilize your retirement funds for the purchase of a home. With interest rates at record lows, home prices on the rise and homeownership offering many potential advantages, you may want to tap retirement funds to make your home purchase happen.
Washing your car in your driveway on a summer day is a classic ritual of car ownership. Sure, you can pay a machine to do a serviceable job without any effort, but the best results require a hands-on approach. Here’s how to make your vehicle sparkle and protect its finish with a proper hand car wash.