You spend more every month on bills than you have to. But knowing that and knowing what to do about it are two different things. There are lots of options out there for Internet, TV, phone, utilities, and credit cards. The trick is knowing which options are right for you and your family.
So we’ve compiled a list of tools and calculators that will help you learn how much you consume, and how much you can save every month on the essentials.
Did you know that a single pane of glass can lose nearly ten times as much heat as the same area of an insulated wall? And with that cold air goes a lot of your cash. So insulating those windows can really pay off. Choose from the list below based on what will work (and look) best for your apartment.
With cable costs on the rise, moving may be the perfect time to make the switch to entertainment streaming services. The easy setup and use of streaming services allows you to cut both the expense and stress of installing and maintaining cable. Consider these nine cable TV alternatives to simplify your life.
Winter has actually arrived and with it comes bone-chilling temperatures. As the temperature drops, you will have to put your creativity to the test if you want to stay warm and cozy without breaking the bank on your heating bill this year.
We have a few easy ideas to help you keep you and your family warm without cranking up that thermostat and sending your utility bill into overdrive.
Potential home buyers look at everything,and if your property needs a lot of repairs, it could cost you thousands of dollars when it’s time to negotiate. Unless it’s being sold as a fixer-upper, a property that needs a lot of work will be a turnoff to potential buyers. Follow these tips to get your home sold faster, without spending a lot of money.
The best security measures for a rental home or apartment are portable, don’t require any permanent or severe changes to the home itself, and are fast and easy to install. Take a look at your new home’s doors, windows, and surroundings and consider investing in one or more of these rental home security options.
Taking steps to make your apartment more energy efficient will help the environment — and save money on your monthly utility bills at the same time. Here are a few easy ways that you can make your apartment more energy efficient without a drastic lifestyle change.