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Eight Ways to Soundproof Your Apartment
Eight Ways to Soundproof Your Apartment

Eight Ways to Soundproof Your Apartment

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
If you’re frustrated with your apartment because it’s on a busy, loud street or you have noisy neighbors, it’s time to soundproof your apartment. There are many different ways to reduce noise, and although you might think it’s expensive to soundproof your living space, you can affordably soundproof your apartment in all kinds of creative…
Four Tips for Sleeping Better in Bright Apartments
Four Tips for Sleeping Better in Bright Apartments

Four Tips for Sleeping Better in Bright Apartments

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Apartments with too few windows can feel dark and depressing, but having too many windows can also bring challenges. With many windows in your apartment, there might be so much sunlight that falling and staying asleep may be difficult. This issue isn’t always easy to solve since, the more windows you have, the more you…
Five Steps to Rodent-Proof Your Apartment for the Winter
Five Steps to Rodent-Proof Your Apartment for the Winter

Five Steps to Rodent-Proof Your Apartment for the Winter

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
If you know how to keep your apartment warm and which supplies you need during the colder months, then your apartment is mostly winter-ready. Yes, with the right insulation and supplies, your apartment will be warm, but there’s a potential downside to this: Rodents may try to enter your apartment to escape the cold. This…
Five Must-Have Winter Apartment Supplies
Five Must-Have Winter Apartment Supplies

Five Must-Have Winter Apartment Supplies

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
As winter nears, it’s essential that your apartment is stocked with supplies to combat the harsh weather. But do you know what every apartment needs for the winter? Below are five must-have winter apartment supplies. 1. Salt As you probably know, ice forms when its temperature reaches 32 degrees Fahrenheit, and winter temperatures often dip…