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Laminate Floors – Get the Look of Wood

Hardwood floors are a natural material. They come from real trees, are cut, finished and sold. However, laminate floors are not wood “per se”, technically they are made out of wood, but it’s all man-made. These laminate floors can be made to look like anything. Do you want tiles? You got it. Do you want it to look like maple? ... Read More »

Sleep Safe: Is Your Infant’s Crib Safe?

Putting your infant to sleep can be a challenge – some seem to do better when co-sleeping, while others are only soothed by the sound of the vacuum cleaner. When it comes to your little one’s crib, however, there are several hard and fast rules you need to follow to keep your infant safe. Read More »

Tap Water Services Have More Consumers Satisfied

More customers have come out in affirmation of their belief that they’re getting value for money with regards to the service delivered by their water service company. The satisfaction levels are at a five year high, according to the annual ‘Water Matters’ survey conducted by the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater). Read More »

3 Reasons Home Ownership is Important to Children

Raising kids comes with a whole slew of expenses and worries. You stress over whether you can afford to care for your children, you worry about their health and well-being, and you wonder whether you are doing all you can for them academically. Unfortunately, there is no guaranteed formula for turning out a perfect child, but there are some steps ... Read More »

5 Health Tips For Better Family and Home Life

A healthier family is a happier family, and that means that if you plan on changing any aspect of your current lifestyle that will make a solid, positive impact on everyone nearly immediately, then approaching it from a health-centered view is going to be the most obvious solution. Read More »

How to Reduce Water Waste in Your Home

The average adult uses about 150 gallons of water per day!  Considering that less than 2% of the Earth’s water supply is fresh, it makes sense to put forth an effort to reduce our usage.  Doing so will conserve energy used to recycle water and reduce our environmental impact. Read More »