How to maximize livability in your home with improvements to help keep you warm, dry, and safe during the winter months
After an extended season of outdoor entertaining and parties on the patio, winter weather is now forcing most of the country back indoors. With reduced travel and multiple family members working and studying from home, the stresses and strains on your home will increase. Home Improvement and Safety Expert Tom Kraeutler will demonstrate his favorite fix-ups and do-it-yourself projects as we head into winter – with a focus on improvements that improve quality of life right and maximize your space, no matter the size:
Safety First: How to properly clean and disinfect surfaces and keep your family safe during the peak months for fires and accidents.
Worry Free Warmth: Keep your showers warm and your basement dry with new technologies in hot water heating.
Find Living Space in Unlikely Places: Expand the playroom, man cave, or gym with new subfloors featuring a layer of insulating air under your feet.
Tom Kraeutler is co-host of the nationally syndicated home improvement radio program and podcast The Money Pit, and author of My Home, My Money Pit: Your Guide to Every Home Improvement Adventure. He earned his home improvement stripes as a professional home inspector, amassing over 20 years’ experience learning how houses are put together, and how they fall apart!
- Safety is on everybody’s minds and there is a ton of information out there. What do we need to do to keep our homes safe, and what are we probably doing wrong?
- With so many people at home it can feel like the walls are closing in! How can we manage the wear and tear during the indoor season and maximize our space?
- Home improvement projects are exploding in popularity during the age of Covid. What are you hearing from your listeners about popular projects and are you seeing any trends?
This interview is sponsored by Simple Green Cleaning and Disinfectant, Rheem Gladiator Water Heater, Dricore Flooring, First Alert Smart Smoke and CO Detector and produced by Squeaky Door Productions.