Cheryl Bourland's blog

Should I Be Concerned About My Home's Hard Water?

You probably don't think about it much unless something goes wrong, but water is one of the most fundamental needs in any home. Cooking, cleaning, hygiene, gardening... All of these tasks invariably require a steady supply H2O. If, for some reason, your home was to lose access to water, you would be immediately concerned; however, have you ever considered the quality of your water? When it comes to quality, one of the simplest and most important characteristics of your home's water is its hardness, which describes the concentrations of minerals within the water itself. Keep reading to learn about this common issue and why you should care about it in your home.

Knowledge Is Power When It Comes To Buying A Home

row of housesWhen you think you have finally found your “dream home” and you are all set to purchase the property you have to be sure that you are not going into the sale with blinders on. There might be certain things that you may not realize you are overlooking that could have a big impact on your choice. Although it might not be a deal breaker, it is always important to be informed of what you are possibly buying into. Knowing as much as you can about your new home is important and while the market is hot right now you could be working with a time crunch. Thinking of these things early may help you make the process go more smoothly

Kitchen Remodels Keep Return On Investment High

well organized kitchenAre you planning to sell this coming Spring? Then you need to make sure that your kitchen is in order before making that leap. Your kitchen is the hub of activity throughout most of the day. A lot happens there and people often gravitate toward that room to congregate or share a meal. If you want to see a return of investment when it comes to your kitchen then there are a few things that you should note before you sell.