Recipes to Cool Down Your Home

Recipes to Cool Down Your Home

Although fall is just around the corner, the summer’s heat is still beaming through your windows, making the simplest tasks impossible without the AC. But what if you’re ready to change your HVAC system and get ready for fall? What can you do to cool down your house? One of the easiest things you can do to cool it down starts in the kitchen. There are so many simple recipes that won’t heat up your kitchen that you should try out while you’re in between the climate change. We’ve found 8 recipes that will hit your taste buds perfectly and make it possible to turn off your AC for the rest of the summer season. Cool Breakfasts Avocado with toast Zapped scrambled eggs with veggies Lunch and Dinner Broccoli and feta pasta salad Chicken and apple salad Lettuce wraps Cold peanut sesame noodles  Cool Snacks No-bake strawberry icebox cake Coconut and mango rice pudding pops Now that you have some starter recipes, you can turn off your AC and get ready for the fall and pumpkin spice lattes. If you’re not sure how to get your house fall ready, reach out to a Connect Building Services contractor today. For more tips and tricks for you HVAC system and your home, follow our...
Decorating Tips to Trick Your Guests

Decorating Tips to Trick Your Guests

Your home is an expression of yourself. When visitors come into your home, they see your personality shining on each wall, table or bookshelf and in every picture or object you have strategically placed. But, maybe your home is lacking a little style because you’re not really one for decorating. Maybe you want more with little or no effort at all. Well now you can trick all your guests with these 8 tips that will make you look like you have it all. Decorating Tips to Trick Your Guests Get a plant You may think that getting a plant will be a pain because of all the watering and sunlight they usually need, however, there are plants that don’t need too much attention. You can get an Aloe Vera plant, a cactus, or even a jade plant, all of which will live with limited amounts of water at a time. Fill your kitchen Buy jars that you can stick flour, sugar, grains, rice or pasta in and stick them on your kitchen shelves. Not only will it give your kitchen some style, but it will also be convenient for finding your ingredients. Add a bar cart This is a great way to add an elegant look to your dining room or living room while also keeping your drinks organized. You can also place extra décor on it to make it stand out even more. Bowl of citrus A bowl of lemons and limes is a great way to add some color to your dining room table or even your bar cart. This item is very little effort and it...