Friday, October 15

Day: September 25, 2021

How to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home: A Basic Guide
Home Improvement

How to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home: A Basic Guide

Do you think that you and your family are safe at home? We’re not talking about security matters, rather we’re exploring whether the air you breathe is clean and safe. Surely, you must be breathing in cleaner air because all the contaminants are outside, right? Not quite. What most of us don’t realize is that the air inside our homes can be just as polluted as outside, but by different things. How to improve the air quality in your home is a worthwhile question to ask, and there are several simple ways to keep it clean and fresh. Keep reading to learn some tricks and tips to help clean up your indoor air. You can thank us later! Indoor Pollutants When we think of air pollutions, we conjure images of smoggy skies and factories billowing smoke. The scary part is that many pollutant...
Lofty Ideas: 10 Loft Conversion Ideas With the Wow Factor
Home Improvement

Lofty Ideas: 10 Loft Conversion Ideas With the Wow Factor

  More than 50% of people have regrets about buying the home they have in the United States. Much of these regrets stem from not having enough space or the rooms that they wanted. If you want to include more room in your house, you should consider getting a loft addition. Continue reading to discover some of the best loft conversion ideas that will transform your home and lifestyle! 1. Add Storage Space One of the most common loft conversion ideas is to create more storage space. Adding on loft storage space can help reduce clutter in your home and add extra areas to work with. A loft is a perfect spot to store items because it is out of the way and can be organized however you like. If you decide to use this space for storage, try to limit the large and heavy items that ...
How Does Buying a Newly Constructed Home Work?
Real Estate

How Does Buying a Newly Constructed Home Work?

New homes are good news for the housing market, and even better for new buyers. In the U.S. at the current time, experts largely agree that we are living though a “seller’s market”, meaning that demand at the moment is slightly exceeding supply. But this does not mean that there are no new-builds on the market for first time and experienced home buyers alike. For example, CityHome Collective in Salt Lake City has many new developments in sought-after locations, and as the construction industry picks up following the pandemic, the supply of such homes is estimated to rise. We may be in a seller’s market for now, but not for ever. If you find yourself in a position to purchase one of these newly constructed homes, you may be wondering just how buying a home that has had no previous ow...