3 Tips for Using a Propane Tank to Fuel a Camping Heater

If you are someone who loves being outdoors and feels that camping may be a great option for you in the near future, you need to be sure that you properly prepare by purchasing the right equipment. Many people know to purchase sleeping bags and tents, but what you may not realize is a good investment is a great camping heater. The heater will provide ample heat within the tent so that you can stay warm and toasty all night long. [Read More]

Driving A Car While Going Green: Small Choices That Have A Big Impact

Let's face it. Cars aren't really environmentally friendly. From manufacturing to cleaning, they require a host of fossil fuels and specialized cleaning products to keep them running well and looking good. However, even when you do hit the road with four (or more) tires, there are still some small choices you can make to prevent yourself from becoming an environmental Big Foot.  1. Have Professionals Do Oil And Fluid Changes [Read More]

6 Signs That You Need A Water Softener

Many municipalities have hard water, instead of the more desirable soft water. Hard water is water that has a lot of dissolved minerals in it, such as calcium and magnesium, while soft water doesn't have these minerals. Hard water isn't bad for your health, but it is bad for your plumbing, since these dissolved minerals build up inside your pipes. Here are six signs that you have hard water, and need to get a water softener. [Read More]

4 Unexpected Expenses Of DIY Home Renovation

Budgeting is the first step in DIY home renovation. After all, you need to know that you can afford the supplies and tools necessary for the project. Make sure to account for these four unexpected expenses when preparing your home renovation budget to avoid spending more than you have set aside for the task at hand. 1.  Permitting fees – Many homeowners don't think about licensing and permitting fees when it comes to DIY home renovation. [Read More]