Moving Houses in a Pandemic?

We’ve got your back before, during, and after the big move. Before the Move 1. We can purchase packing supplies. 2. We can prepare the house for packing and declutter it. 3. We can pack essential areas: such as closets, bathrooms, and kitchen. Move Day 1. We can transport consumables and valuables that are not going on the moving truck. 2. We can meet movers to accept delivery. 3. We can unpack & set-up essentials (bathrooms, kitchen, beds, closets). 4. We can set up your pantry & fridge. After the Move 1. We can unpack non-essential items. 2. We can set-up your garage and attic spaces. What’s left for you to do?? Simple.. COME HOME.

3 Things To Do Before You Leave Your Seasonal Rental

Seasonal renting is a great way to bring in some extra income in the winter months. But how do you make it ready for guests? Metro’s Other Woman has prepared three ways to make sure your home is ready for seasonal renting! Check kitchen items - Supply your kitchen with brand new cutlery, utensils, and pots and pans or put the good stuff away. Seasonal guests won’t treat your items with as much care, so it’s important to plan ahead when it comes to the kitchen. Change any batteries - This includes your smoke detector, remote, and door lock. Imagine your guest having to wake up in the middle of the night because the smoke alarm was announcing it was out of batteries?! A faux pas that is easily

Our Top Five Laundry Hacks for Tidy Professionals

Fed up of shoes banging in the dryer? Tie the laces together at the very end, and put the shoes in the dryer with the knot left outside. Shut the door. Turn the dryer on. Voila. Say goodbye to greasy clothing Rub a piece of chalk back and forth over the grease, and then leave to sit for a few hours. The chalk will absorb the grease! Follow your normal laundry routine for after. Keep your colors bright and your whites white. Add 1/2 cup of salt to the wash cycle to help set new colors, and help brighten up those that have started to fade. Your towels will always be soft and fluffy Put your towels through two cycles. The first cycle should be hot water with one cup of white vinegar. Then, do a

Homemade Apple Cider

Tis the season for a DELICIOUS cup of Apple Cider! Our go-to recipe is SO good and SO easy. INGREDIENTS: 8 cups your favorite apple cider 4 or 5 cinnamon sticks for making the cider 1 medium sized orange whole cloves extra cinnamon sticks for serving rum or bourbon (optional) DIRECTIONS: 1. Pour apple cider into a 3 1/2 quart crock pot. 2. Add 4 or 5 cinnamon sticks. 3. Punch holes in the orange with a toothpick and stick in whole cloves. Place the orange into the crock pot. 4. Heat on low for about 4 or 5 hours. Remove orange and cinnamon sticks before serving. Want to spike your cider? Use rum or bourbon and add a shor or two to your glass + add the mulled cider along with a cinnamon stic

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