There’s no doubt that buying a new home is a complicated process. Luckily, the builder you choose has to do most of the hard work. They need to make sure their work meets building codes, order supplies to arrive at just the right moment, and make sure the entire process goes smoothly. Still, there are some things you’ll be responsible for when you purchase a home. Learn more about what you’ll need to do.
When was the last time you peeked underneath your stove’s hood and checked out the exhaust fan filters? If it’s been awhile or you’ve, um, never done this, let me warn you: it’s not going to be pretty. The purpose of a range hood filter is to collect grease, so if it’s doing its job correctly, it’s going to look and feel, well, greasy.
When you're tired of living under someone else's roof, it may be time to take the plunge and buy your own home. And while, yes, saving for a down payment and committing yourself to a mortgage may seem like a lot of money - buying your own home leads to big savings longterm.
The best air conditioner is the one you don’t have to think about. It comes on the moment the indoor temperature set on the thermostat requires cooling performance, and then runs quietly and efficiently when needed. But when it’s time to perform routine maintenance, make repairs or replace your system, it’s helpful to understand how an air conditioning system works.
Buying your first home can definitely be nerve-wracking. Many buyers have a slight idea of what they want in a home, but until you tour several home styles and dig a bit deeper, it’s hard to know exactly what you need in a home to be as comfortable as possible while staying within your budget.