Baby, it's cold outside! Not only are you feeling the extra cold weather so far this winter, wild animals are feeling it as well. As you tuck up under cozy blankets inside your home, wildlife such as raccoons may be trying to get inside your attic or basement to find some warmth. While raccoons are messy, loud, and all-around poor house guests, this year they bring with them some very unwanted luggage: distemper.
You may love your furry friends, but there's no denying that pets sure are messy. If you want to keep your home free of stains and odd smells, knowing your way around pet-friendly furniture is the first step. Before you redecorate, consider how more information on your furniture and accessories could help protect your home from pet damage. Pick Furniture Impervious To Pet Problems Furniture is one of the most common victims of pet hair, dirt, and messes, which means the most effective way to keep stains and smells from taking over your home is to decorate with the hardiest furniture you can find.
As a landlord, you want to allow your tenants to make themselves at home. While offering the ability to customize the interior can be a big selling point, it's often not so fun when you are left with the task of re-painting or changing it back when your tenants move out. Thankfully, there are ways to circumvent this--these three easy-to-change kitchen cabinet makeovers will help you to compromise with tenants more easily.
A modular garage is a practical option if your home doesn't have an attached garage. You may build your own wood or steel portable garage from a kit or order one fully assembled. Suppose you've acquired a large two-car portable garage, yet currently own one vehicle. Depending upon your interests, you might utilize the extra space for anything ranging from a private writing oasis to a photography studio. Before you begin the conversion, you might want to consider hiring a contractor for electrical wiring of your portable structure.