New Year Home Resolutions

Can you believe we’ve only got a week before 2018 arrives? When it comes to setting goals for the upcoming year, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. However, there are several new year home resolutions to add to your list. Adding these to your to-do list can help save you time and money throughout the year. We’re sharing eight tips for …

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

When using your heater isn’t an option, many people are concerned about carbon monoxide (CO) – and they’re right to be worried. Known as a “silent killer,” CO kills over 400 people annually – and the majority of those deaths are accidental. That’s why the Bosworth Company is sharing its tips on preventing carbon monoxide poisoning. The Facts About Preventing …

How to Stay Warm if the Power Goes Out

How to Stay Warm if the Power Goes Out

Though many people look forward to snow days, inclement weather can often bring unintended consequences. Being able to stay home from work or school can feel luxurious…unless the power goes offline. The Bosworth Company is sharing several ways on how to stay warm if the power goes out, so you’re prepared for bad weather. Cold Front: Know How to Stay …

holiday home decor

Holiday Home Decor

Now that it’s after Thanksgiving, we can officially consider the holiday season to be in full swing! One of the most fun family traditions is decorating for Christmas. To get you into the holiday spirit, Bosworth is sharing some popular holiday home decor ideas for you. Tis the season to decorate! Must-Have Holiday Home Decor Ideas The Tree Is Key …

Thanksgiving plumbing tips

Thanksgiving Plumbing Tips

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost Thanksgiving. However, it’s just a few days away! The friendly, professional plumbers at the Bosworth Company want to share some Thanksgiving plumbing tips to make your Turkey Day more festive and less fiasco. Prevention 101: Thanksgiving Plumbing Tips   Toilet Etiquette When you’ve got a house full of company, your toilets end up …

reduce heating bills

Ways to Reduce Heating Bills

Preparation is critical in the majority of situations – winter weather, included! One the biggest complaints about the chilly temperatures it’s how much it increases monthly bills. However, heating your home is necessary for comfort and safety, but there are ways to minimize your utility costs. The Bosworth Company shares some of our favorite ways to reduce heating bills this …

cold weather ready

Is Your Home Cold Weather Ready?

Though we’re experiencing unseasonably warm weather for fall, it’s never too early to get your home cold weather ready. In fact, we’re expecting a 30° temperature drop mid-week! The Bosworth Company prefers preparedness over panic, so be sure to follow these steps on getting ready for chilly winter temperatures. Get Your Home Cold Weather Ready with These 4 Tips Prep …

how to get rid of cord clutter

How To Get Rid Of Cord Clutter

Most of us are familiar with the feeling of being constantly plugged into our devices – phones, tablets, computers and other gadgets are always with us. While technology is great, more electronics mean more wires. With more wires, comes more clutter and eyesores, not to mention potential tripping hazards. The good news is, you can get rid of cord clutter …

disposal dos and don'ts

Disposal Dos & Don’ts

Your disposal works hard so you don’t have to! It’s important to know how to maintain your disposal so that it keeps up the good work. Check out our list of disposal dos and don’ts below! Disposal Dos DO Grind With Cold Water – Cold water will cause any grease or oils that may get into the unit to solidify, …

about Carbon Monoxide

What You Need To Know About Carbon Monoxide

Known as the “silent killer,” Carbon Monoxide is one of the most prevalent causes of death due to poisoning in America. Without a smell, color, or taste, Carbon Monoxide is dangerous in contained areas, such as your home or garage. To protect your household, there are several things you need to know about Carbon Monoxide. Take a look at the …