Spring cleaning is an annual tradition of sorts for many people, but you can make it a lot easier next year. Taking the time to organize your living room, kitchen and bedroom will make the house a lot easier to clean next time around.
The snow is finally melting and spring colors will soon be visible throughout the Twin Ports. And now is the time to look at brightening up your living area as well.
An erratic winter season for the Twin Ports — featuring repeated thawing and refreezing, along with a late-season burst of snow — may have done more damage than just creating ice dams and potholes. It may have also taken a toll on your deck.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth and its surrounding communities are known for taking a proactive stance on sustainability, so why not make our gardens green, too?
After a late winter in Duluth, the snow is melting and the grass is starting to become visible once again. Yes, that means it’s time to start thinking about lawn care again.
If the paint is peeling off your walls, or if you’re just tired of looking at the same old, drab walls day in and day out, now might be the right time to look at repainting the interior of your home. And it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg.RELATED CONTENT
It might seem like it took forever for spring to arrive in the Twin Ports this year, but it’s here now and spring cleaning is the top priority on many to-do lists.RELATED CONTENT
The temperatures are dropping, but the snow is nowhere in sight. That combination is wreaking havoc on pipes in many Northland homes this winter.RELATED CONTENT
After an unusually warm start to the year, including temperatures approaching 50 degrees Fahrenheit in the Northland, winter came in full force, dropping temperatures well below zero and forcing residents to crank up the thermostat.
Duluth is well-known for its turn-of-the-century homes and historic buildings, which usually aren’t the most energy-efficient structures, so it’s not surprising that so many residents are going green.RELATED CONTENT
The winter, despite cold temperatures in much of the country, is not a mold- and mildew-free season by any means.
You can’t see it, smell it, or taste it, but a deadly radioactive gas could be lurking in your home.
The Institute for Business & Home Safety offers the following information about common misconceptions regarding ice dams.
Northlanders are used to insulating their windows, shoveling their sidewalks and navigating slippery surfaces every winter. But another hazard that’s often overlooked looms directly overhead.RELATED CONTENT
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