Aging in place - this subject is not just for folks who have many years behind them, but also for their families and loved ones.
To quote Gomer Pyle – Surprise – Surprise – Surprise!!! We were sailing along, thinking Mother Nature was going to take it easy on us this winter and then WHAM – we got hit with an arctic blast!
The holidays are upon us! For a few of us, this means your home has been converted into a hotel for out of town guests and relatives. With all this added chaos, it can be hard to keep up with your regular routine.
Imagine waking up on a January morning and hopping into the shower to start the day. You look forward to standing under a hot stream of water as you relax before beginning your daily routine. Then, you're hit with a freezing blast of ice water – even though you've got the heat turned all the way up! The culprit you're looking for could be a broken water heater.
The snow and cold are on their way. Plumbing can be a bit more problematic in the wintertime – especially with the danger of frozen pipes. No one wants to have to deal with frozen pipes that might explode, causing damage and costing you money. With this being said, let's talk about how pipes become frozen in the first place and what to do when there is an issue.
Each year, millions of seniors in America are faced with some tough decisions when it comes to deciding between moving into an assisted living facility or living in their own home as they age. It's no surprise that a vast majority prefer to stay in their homes, but safety and comfort are among the top concerns.