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Clutter Free Home

5 Tips to Help De-Clutter Your Home

Many people dream of a clean, organized and clutter free home, but oftentimes this just isn’t possible on a day-to-day basis. An abundance of knick-knacks, papers, and stowed away objects can create a frustrating and messy looking environment. But what’s the solution if you’ve got a busy schedule and a lot of stuff? Read on

Home Improvement Myths

4 Home Improvement Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

When it comes to home improvement and keeping your home environment comfortable, there is a lot of information (and misinformation) out there, making it hard to discern fact from fiction. Below, we’ve put together a list of the most common home-related myths that you shouldn’t believe. Don’t Believe These Home Improvement Myths Here are just

Common Kitchen Ingredients Clean Home

5 Common Kitchen Ingredients You Can Use to Clean Your Home

Most homeowners would like to be a little more environmentally friendly, and a great place to start is with home cleaning supplies! Luckily, mother nature has us covered, providing us with a ton of great ingredients for natural home cleaning products. You may even find that these ingredients come from very unexpected places! Read on

Smart Thermostat Benefits

Top Benefits of Using a Smart Thermostat

You’ve probably heard of the smart thermostat. You may even know someone who uses this device in their house. But do you really know how it can benefit your home? It’s about more than just keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. In this post, we’ll discuss how using a smart thermostat can benefit you

Home Appliance Energy Efficiency

How to Use Your Home Appliances More Efficiently

Home energy costs seem to always be rising, so many people are looking for simple and smart ways to cut down on energy use around the home. Since most home appliances use a lot of energy, a good place to start is by reducing home appliance energy use. We’ve listed several ways that you can

Indoor Air Quality Pet Home

Indoor Air Quality Tips for Pet Owners

Are you a pet owner? So many people are, and they not only consider pets a part of their life, but also a part of their family. This means that pets occupy space within homes, both inside and out, and are oftentimes in areas that humans spend a lot of time in. What does this

Stop Losing Money Cooling Your Home

5 Reasons You’re Losing $ Cooling Your Home

Stop Losing Money Cooling Your Home Just because the temperatures are hot outdoors doesn’t mean you have to spend big bucks to keep your home comfortable indoors. Yet each year, many homeowners cringe at the thought of their home cooling costs and just assume that each summer season their energy bills will rise. But, it

Doors Open or Closed When Heating or Cooling Home

Should I Leave Interior Doors Open or Closed During Heating And Cooling?

The price of cooling (and heating) your home can get pretty costly, especially if you live in West Los Angeles.  Even though we are lucky to enjoy some of the very best weather in the USA, there are times when temperatures fluctuate. When the weather warms up or cools down, it can get even more

Common Misconceptions Air Conditioners

4 Common Misconceptions About Air Conditioning

Most people have enjoyed the cooling abilities of an A/C to provide comfort indoors, especially when the temperatures start to rise. There are, however, several misconceptions about air conditioning and what an A/C unit actually does within one’s home or office. Read on to learn the truth about air conditioners so you can better understand