The first and most important tip is to educate yourself concerning common and easy to fix household kerfuffles. Doing so will save you the cash expenditure of having the service tech out merely to flip a switch or turn a knob. No one wants to spend $35 to have the electrician press the GFCI button. Knowing your home just a little bit better can make a big difference in your household budget and make you more comfortable to boot.
Reader’s Digest has posted a 35 tip excerpt from its book 100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know. This list covers everything from how to save on electricity to how to make it easier to find the light switch in the dark. Read these and other tips at the link below and see which easy projects you can start and have finished today.