How to Remove and Clean Mildew From Exterior Walls and Siding?

Mildew is not a nice sight, but it is simple to remove and clean. If you see mildew on the exterior walls and siding, here are some steps you can take to help remove and prevent further mildew growth.

How Do I Stop Mildew Growth On My House?

Mildew is the result of moisture and humidity. By ensuring the exterior has good airflow, so it dries quickly, you can control the growth of mildew. The following are some ways to prevent future growth:

Do not place shrubs against walls.

Position landscaping to allow air to flow on the house, drying it after rain or dew.

Watch areas on the northern side for added airflow as sunlight is unable to help in drying.

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Building a Retirement Homes for Aging in Place

Thousands of baby boomers reach retirement age every day, and there is a growing demand for universal design features to adapt to aging in place. If you are interested in building a nursing home, make sure that the house plan you choose can include the essential in-situ age function. These features allow you to live at home throughout the golden years without the need for modification.

If building an aging house on site does not sound exciting, then you will find that combining the age function in place does not prevent you from building a modern luxury house that you like to live in. If you build the right houses, you won't even notice them.

What does "aging in place" mean?

As age grows and needs change, in-situ aging can continue living at home safely and independently.

According to the National Aging Resettlement Committee, more than 90% of the elderly prefer to age in their own homes rather than move to high-end housing. However, many of their houses require expensive renovations.

Houses with universal design functions can be properly aged without any modification.

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Beginners Guide to Designing and Building Your Home

Owning your own home in the United States has always been part of realizing the "American Dream," and this trend does not seem to change anytime soon.

In fact, in the latest analysis by Nerd Wallet, 32% of Americans said they plan to buy a house in the next five years, while 15% have bought a house in the past five years.

Americans do not intend to give up homeownership, which leads us to ask:

Are people looking for new housing plans to buy existing homes, or do they want to design and build their own homes?

If you are reading this house building guide, you might ask yourself the same question.

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