Heat Pump Proper Care and Maintenance

Let’s face it, we may own a home that we heat through the use of a heat pump, but this doesn’t mean that we know much about their proper care and maintenance. This is why having a licensed heat pump technician service it yearly is an absolute necessity. Aside from very basic maintenance tasks, you will need the knowledge and services that a heat pump tech can provide for you.

Service Your Heat Pump
Your heat pump technician has been thoroughly trained on all the ends and outs of your system. When he or she looks at the inner components, they are able to gauge the health of your system and determine if there are things that need to be fixed or serviced. This is an invaluable service because a technician can often catch problems before they become severe and costly. You need the specific services of a heat pump technician not that of wastewater treatment companies. This is an area where it pays to get a specialists not a generalist or non-related repair company. read more

Setting Up an Indoor Garden

Having a small area where you can put some greens and ornaments is the fad in many home channels today. More and more succulents and indoor plant hobbyist are showing off their pocket gardens to the envy of many followers. A few green marvels easily brighten up any room. There is no hard or fast rule in setting up an indoor garden. You can simply collect a few and put them together in a wooden tray as you would arrange a flower bouquet. They also look good in window sills, kitchen windows and the study area. Be sure to choose plants that need little care and maintenance so you won’t have to worry about them every day. read more

Green Living: How to Kill Mold More Naturally

While harsh chemicals, such as borax and chlorine bleach, are well known mold killers, they can pose a health risk to yourself, your family, the environment and wildlife. Because of this, the desire to choose nontoxic and organic mold killers have risen in popularity. While the following safer mold remedies are effective for small problems, larger infestations, however, will require the help of a professional mold remediation Maryland.

White Vinegar
Distilled white vinegar is a versatile and safer option for household uses. It can be used to clean, disinfect, decrease and deodorize a wide array of surfaces. Distilled white vinegar is also an effective mold and mildew killer. Unfortunately, some people are put off by vinegar’s pungent aroma. The good news is that this smell will dissipate rather quickly. Pour undiluted vinegar into a spray bottle and liberally mist the offending area. Let the vinegar sit on the surface for a few hours before scrubbing clean and then rinsing the surface with water. You should dry the surface thoroughly to prevent future fungal growth. A good tip is to add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to the spray bottle if the vinegar’s odor is too much for you. read more

Benefits of Hydroponic Gardening Method

Conventional farming methods has long provided for our needs especially when it comes to food produce. People have developed and enhanced farming techniques so that it can become easier, the yield and harvest better and less strain is made on the land. We all know that farming or even gardening involves planting and watering. Many also use fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides to enhance the growth of produce of the plant and protect it from insects and pest. But it also became a harmful practice as it contaminated sewage system and caused irradiation. read more

Essential Greenhouse Supplies To Keep


Greenhouses have addressed issues on plants and food production by providing temperate atmospheres for growing vegetables, fruit trees and even flowers until their maturity. By maintaining a greenhouse, people can produce food for their homes and cut grocery costs. Some also grow flowers that they can use for decorating their homes with. However, there are also those that develop green areas from a simple gardening hobby into a small thriving business. If your greenhouse produces more vegetables and fruits than you can consume at home, you can also share it with your neighbors or sell it at your local market! read more

Provincial Life

I got a call from my aunt today asking for my mother’s tin number. I couldn’t remember if I got her before but upon checking and actually applying online, I was advised that there is already a similar information in the system. It can only be me for sure but my memory is not working so well lately that is why I have this blog to document important events, transactions and daily activities.

My best bet is to go to the nearest BIR to verify and to fulfill my mom’s request. This is the lacking requirement for her loan to be approved. She needs it so badly for her upcoming hydroponics project. My mom is now seriously working on her farms. Though I am happy but also worried as she is not really well. She has hypertension and heart problem but I can only advise her, I cant change her plan as I have nothing better to offer! But you know, I miss my provincial life. I hope someday I could bring my kids in the farm too. read more