Are you ready to turn back your clock at 2 a.m. on Sunday? With the end of daylight saving time, we’ll all gain a whole extra hour this weekend! There’s plenty more you could with that time other than sleep and adjust your clocks. In fact, one very important task is to test and change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Using two memorable dates a year (like daylight saving time changes) can help ensure these life-saving devices are working properly.
Here are a few other ideas on activities you could tackle this weekend as we fall back:
Garages tend to become dumping grounds for just about everything you don’t need on a daily basis. Follow these simple steps to help declutter and keep your garage organized and more safe.
By re-organizing and re-imagining your closet space, you may realize you have more room than you thought.
Now is the time to get your home ready for winter. Follow these tips to help prevent damage and costly repairs to your home sweet home.
Putting your boat away for the season? Consider these tips to avoid finding costly issues come spring.
The Good Hands Advice team has developed a list of items to include in your winter emergency kit to help winterize the inside of your car.