Tuesday May 26th, 2020Share
Uncertainty and stress can exhaust us easily. Probably many people in our community is feeling that way. Covid 19 is a turbulence that will be over soon, and we will be continuing our journey where we left. Journey of human being is a great one. At this journey, I am a professional in his field to assist you reach your goal.
If you ever need help at this difficult time, there are many resources available, you can reach me anytime to get help from me or I will assist dispatching you to right resource to give you a helping hand.
I am actively educating myself, following new developments and sharing what I know in various #socialmedia fields; such as #facebook, #linkedin, etc… You #stayhome, we will help. Soon this will be over and that temporary pause will be remembered as one of the most important segment of our history.
Broker @ Remax Premier/Zeytin
Researchers discovered that the lighting in your home can have a much greater impact on your health and well-being than originally thought. Better lighting can boost your energy, help you sleep better, and even enhance healing.
So, it pays to make sure the lighting in your home has a positive impact on the health of your family.
Start by enhancing sources of natural light, such as windows and skylights. Study each room of your home and replace as much of the artificial light as possible with sunlight. For example, reposition a favorite reading chair next to a window.
Repairs. You will want your house to look its best to buyers. That may require you to get any needed repairs done before listing. You don’t want a buyer to see a dent in the wall or a dripping faucet.
Renovations. It might make sense to get a few improvements done to make the house more attractive.
How to Quickly Improve Indoor Air Quality
Check the furnace filter. This is one of the most overlooked maintenance items in the home. Air passes through those filters before circulating throughout your home. Replacing a filter takes less than few minutes.
Clean the drains. Drains are a surprisingly common source of odour in the home. Most people only clean them when they’re clogged, but they should be flushed thoroughly with a good-quality cleaner at least once a season.
Turn on the bathroom fan. Not only do bathroom fans remove odour, they also reduce moisture build-up. About 50% of air pollutants originate from some type of moisture. Mould is the worst of these pollutants. Professionals recommend you keep your bathroom fan on for at least 30 minutes after a shower.
Clean your doormat. Even if your doormat doesn’t smell, it can be a source of air pollutants. In this Covid 19 era, have your doormats stay outside, and you shoes as well.
You often open a window. That’s the most popular and easiest way to freshen the air, and it works.
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