June Home Maintenance Guide: Do These 11 Things This Month

June has the longest daylight hours, making this month perfect for getting outside and enjoying warmer weather. In some parts of the country, June is the start of summer storms and homeowners may need to prepare for sudden showers or power outages. In other parts of the country, June brings increased heat and dryness; homeowners will want to focus on water conservation and shade. Regardless of your particular weather pattern, there are plenty of ways to keep your home beautiful, safe and functional in June. Gardening checklist keep your raised beds and container gardens moist deadhead spring blooms plant sun-loving herb seeds like basil, chives, thyme, and sage plants edibles like pumpkins,

Check This Popular Home Improvement Off Your To-Do List During Quarantine Homeowners and renters are

By the end of self-isolation, our homes will have never looked better. In addition to bread baking, crafting, and TikTok-ing, Americans have been passing the time by making light improvements to their spaces. Realtor.com recently asked people if they decided to undertake projects while sheltering in place during the pandemic, and more than 30 percent confirmed they already have, while another 20 percent of respondents suggested they were planning to - from www.domino.com. The number-one task keeping both renters and homeowners busy? Organizing closets and the garage. Couple self-isolation with the urge to spring clean and it’s no wonder tidying these two areas is at the top of everyone’s to-

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