The Best Gifts for Cleaning Freaks – Part 1

July 18th, 2016
Jamie Morton

Gift ideas for neat freaksAdmit it – whenever you are invited to a birthday party or to a housewarming party, you always find it difficult to think about a gift that would make the host feel special. The situation gets even worse if you have not been in touch with that person recently or you barely know his/ her interests or hobbies. However, coming up with a personalised gift is not always easy, given the incredible variety of more or less useful stuff you can find in online and land based stores. Read the rest of this entry »

Differences to Consider When Buying Laminate or Hardwood Floors

July 5th, 2016
Tony Samic

Laminate vs Hardwood FlooringThere are many things to consider when you decide to install new flooring. A common dilemma is to choose between laminate and hardwood floors. Both of them are suitable for households that have naughty family members such as kids and pets as they are easy to clean and maintain. However, there are significant differences in terms of installation areas and particular features that each type of flooring has. Below you will find a comparison between these two – if you still can`t make your decision at least you will be more informed. Read the rest of this entry »

Benefits of Having a Big Family

June 29th, 2016
Susan Williams

Benefits of having a large familyIf you were the only child at home, you occasionally dreamt of having a brother or a sister to play with and go to school with, share toys with, etc. If you have grown up in a bigger family, arguments with your siblings were not something out of the ordinary and you envied the neighbours’ kid who always had the most expensive toys and clothes just because he was an only child and his parents had a sustainable income to provide him with everything he needed. At a later stage, you realised that having expensive toys cannot be compared with a conversation with your brother or sister and the feeling you always have somebody to rely on. Read the rest of this entry »

How to improve your office without shrinking your budget?

June 16th, 2016
Alec Rogers

How to improve your officeYour office should be as comfortable as your home – you spend most of your day there. However, when it comes to improving and decorating it a lot of things should be taken into account because the decor would not only represent you but your business, too. You should combine the warmth of home with a professional business image because it is proven that these offices are the most productive ones. Still, this may be a complex task. Read on and check few tips on decorating your office without spending a fortune. Read the rest of this entry »

Cleaning applications of common household products

May 17th, 2016
Jamie Morton

Uses for common household productsAll too often we are so impressed by the qualities of the advertised cleaning supplies that we are likely to spend more on a cleaning product claiming that it can do miracles with the germs elimination and the overall cleanliness. Of course, no business is successful without proper advertising and nobody can deny there are products that actually do a great job and make the cleaning routine much more bearable. However, you have to admit that most purchases of cleaning products did not lead to the expected outstanding outcome and you ended up with a bucket full of cleaning supplies of mediocre quality. Read the rest of this entry »

How to keep the indoor air quality good?

May 13th, 2016
Alec Rogers

How to improve indoor air qualityKeeping the indoor air fresh is as important as the weekly cleaning procedures you perform. Of course, you know that opening the windows is the easiest trick for letting fresh air into the room, but if you suffer from an allergy, you have to make sure the air is pure enough and no dangerous particles float in the room. You cannot see the particles with a naked eye, but nevertheless, you can apply a few tricks to reduce them or at least minimise their negative impact. Read the rest of this entry »

Trust your intuition when buying your new house

April 20th, 2016
Tony Samic

House buying tipsMany people that buy home for a very first time wonder how they would know that they have finally found the right house. Usually there are clear signals that indicate you actually found it – a tiny voice in your head that says ‘Go for it!’ or your good intuition. However, some things should be carefully considered. For instance, a good real estate agent will never try to talk you into buying a house as they should know this is a complex and delicate matter. Read the rest of this entry »

The most appropriate flooring solutions for a conference room

April 13th, 2016
Susan Williams

Conference room flooring ideasChoosing suitable flooring for a conference may be a difficult task as a lot of things should be taken into consideration – the budget, the traffic volumes, how many people it can accommodate. Investing in a flooring project for a conference room is not a cheap service so everything should be precisely determined in order to achieve satisfying and long-lasting results. Here are three of the most appropriate flooring solutions that you may consider. Read the rest of this entry »

Citrus fruit peels are very useful in your household and garden

April 7th, 2016
Jamie Morton

Household uses for citrus peelsAlmost all people love to eat citrus fruit. In case in your household many citrus fruits are consumed, you may take advantage of the peels. Instead of getting rid of them or simply composting them, you have to know that they may be used in so many different ways. As a result, you will not only achieve a wonderful outcome, but you will also save some money. In this article, you will find some very interesting suggestions, so read carefully: Read the rest of this entry »

Germy kitchen habits you should quit right away!

March 31st, 2016
Alec Rogers

Bad kitchen habitsMost of us believe that all the germs are dangerous and we should avoid them at all times. However, recent research showed that some of them can actually maintain good gut bacteria and boost your immune system. Unfortunately, most of the germs that inhabit your kitchen are pathogens – they differ from normal germs as they cause diseases. They can be virus, bacteria or any other microorganisms which in direct contact result in sickness. Read the rest of this entry »