After a very long time and slowly improving, I have become meticulous with beach new home repair, cleaning, plus giving everything I own more TLC.
Before I found an aged piano in the attic plus decided to bring it back to life, you’d be lucky just to find my new home cleaned plus tidied if you stopped by randomly.
I was hard on all of my appliances, often overloading the washing equipment plus throwing it off balance. My oven was not in good shape and covered with charred bread crumbs on the bottom below the electric heating elements. It all changed when I dug out this aged upright piano that must have been there from the previous owner, although they never mentioned it when I first purchased the house. Refurbishing it plus getting it to play in-tune again was a lengthy however rewarding process. It gave me a renewed sense of responsibility for my new home and everything in it. I started doing as much repair work that I could, in between cleaning off and power washing my roof, reorganizing my home office, plus planting a new garden out back to name a few. I also took it upon myself to replace the aged plus worn weatherstripping in my door plus window frames. Weatherstripping is important due to the fact that it prevents air conditioned air from escaping while simultaneously preventing overheated outdoor air from leaking in. Without it your air conditioner will run harder and for longer periods of time than what is necessary. This not only raises your daily bills, it also shortens the life of the air conditioner. Eventually when I had new weatherstripping installed, I already noticed a difference with a/c performance.