We like to pass on helpful information to assist others in their everyday life and believe in the ability to change lives by ‘passing in on’.
You will find links to various sites that we hope will give you basic knowledge on various subjects relating to your home and environment. We would like to encourage everyone to learn the basics and then go to the experts for further suggestions.
We also have a Frequently Asked Question section that has environmental friendly tidbits you may find useful in your life.
Enjoy… and as we learn, we’ll pass it on!
- Mice will not live in cellulose as it is specially treated to deter them but if you have problem areas where mice are entering such as a basement, shed or garage, and it is not feasible to blow in cellulose, steel wool can be a simple solution by pulling it apart and placing it over the entry point and they will not cross over it.
- Some areas, where moisture is a problem, can create an unpleasant odor. Of course, making sure there is not a serious problem is always recommended. In areas that have a musty odor, placing a container of vinegar in the area can help get rid of the smell. Vinegar has many other valuable uses and has been used to keep our floors and windows clean for years. For other suggestion for vinegar go to www.vinegartips.com
Canada's involvement with the Kyoto Protocol:
Renovating/Maintaining your Home: