Mark lives, works, and plays on board his canal boat, travelling the waterways of England. He has his wife, Julie and his Cavalier dog, Eric for company. Mark likes to write consumer-based articles, how-tos, and give hints and tips on ways to save the great Canadian public money.
We know clean air is vital for health and well-being, but not everyone can breathe the fresh air of the great Canadian outdoors. An air purifier can improve indoor air quality by removing mold, dust, dander and pollen.
More of us live in apartments and small spaces than ever before, and with tiny homes, comes innovative space-saving ideas. Say hello to portable dishwashers. They are lifesavers when it comes to convenience and efficiency in the kitchen.
Whether you want to an attachment that fits on your existing toilet, a new toilet seat with a built-in bidet, or a simple bottle that you can take with you on the go, we have reviewed the top-rated options.
With 2 out of 3 Canadians drinking at least one cup of coffee per day, and the average consumption topping 3.2 cups every day, it’s no wonder that choosing the right kettle is vital to brewing the perfect French press coffee or tea in the morning.
The most common measure to protect our homes and loved ones is to routinely lock the doors and windows at home. Now what if you could set your lock while you’re away from home, get a notification when the door is unlocked and never have to fumble with keys again?
Colder air is drier air. Colder air is a breeding ground for airborne viruses and allergies and drier air dry skin and cracked lips. If you want to avoid these downsides of winter, you need to maintain a healthy level of humidity in your home.