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    Why do hearing aides cost so much?

    Do you want the truth, the whole truth and noting but the truth? Ok, here it is. Partly because you the consumer does not do your homework. You buy from the first place you walk into.  Please, I beg you, do not do this.  All retail and wholesale hearing... Read more


    Multiple offers and buyer’s remorse

    There has never been a time of more properties coming back on the market as there are today.  When Buyers find themselves competing for a property and themselves in the frenzy of multiple offers.  Buyers can easily be swept away in the wave of competition.  What can follow after... Read more


    Reasons to invest your tax refund in a new HVAC system

    The timing of a heating and cooling installation can dictate how much you pay. Tax Refund Season falls in a slow time of the year for heating and cooling installation companies – For homeowners with older heating systems who are proactive about home improvement, tax refund season presents an... Read more


    DIY tricks make life easier for seniors and caregivers

    Chronic health conditions or aging can make everyday tasks challenging for older adults. Simple, but useful, tips and tricks for seniors make it easier to accomplish daily activities and reduce the risk of accidents or injury. Creative “hacks” from inexpensive household objects may even work better than high-tech gadgets.... Read more


    How is hearing loss related to Dementia and Alzheimer?

    In the most simplest terms your brain function needs stimulation. Out of your five senses: smell, taste, touch, vision and hearing, many doctors feel that hearing is number one. The brain has to determine what that sound is.  Voices, doors shutting, golf balls hitting the club literally millions upon... Read more


    New Tax Law – Are you a winner or loser?

    The new “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” that was signed into law late last year is the most sweeping tax reform in decades. Unlike most tax law changes, this act affects virtually everyone who files a tax return. For most taxpayers, some of the provisions will prove helpful, while... Read more


    How is hearing loss related to Dementia and Alzheimer?

    In the most simplest terms your brain function needs stimulation. Out of your five senses: smell, taste, touch, vision and hearing, many doctors feel that hearing is number one. The brain has to determine what that sound is.  Voices, doors shutting, golf balls hitting the club literally millions upon... Read more


    Safety Renovations for Seniors’ Homes

    Feeling safe and secure at home is a priority for any homeowner. But safety is of particular concern for aging men and women who are at greater risk of being involved in accidents at home than younger men and women. As people age, their balance, eyesight and general physical... Read more


    Winter Saving Tips

    Check out these Winter Saving Tips: Take advantage of heat from the Sun • Open curtains on your south-facing windows during the day to allow sunlight to naturally heat your home and close them at night to reduce the chill you feel from the cool windows.   Cover Drafty Windows... Read more


    2018 Trends

    Buying trends keep steady for 2018, with some minor tweaking. The open contemporary plan is still in high demand, but with more finish and softening of the details.  Art has never played a more pivotal point in display.  To keep spaces from seeming cloud like, art can create drama... Read more


    The sooner the better

    Hearing devices have made leaps and bounds advancements over the last 25 years.  You still have people that try hearing devices and say, “It amplifies all the noise but it does not help with speech clarity.” Hearing devices are not miracle workers, they cannot improve clarity if your hearing... Read more


    Last minute tax planning tips

    As I write this on Dec. 6, 2017, no one can be sure what tax law changes are in store for 2018.  The U.S. House and Senate have each passed their own version of tax reform, but have not reconciled the differences.  Nevertheless, there are some things you can... Read more


    Do you know us?

    My name is Mary Kierath and I am the owner of Seniors Helping Seniors central St Louis County/ St Charles County.  We have been is St Charles County for about 3 years. Seniors Helping Seniors is a non-medical in home care company.  We have a passion for meeting the... Read more


    Why Install A Humidifier With My Home Furnace?

    Installing a whole house humidifier to work with your home furnace will provide optimal humidification throughout your entire house. Whole house humidifiers work with the home furnace to distribute moisture efficiently to all living areas, whereas portable models are only capable of treating moisture areas in smaller areas. Humidifiers... Read more


    Marketing your home during the holidays

    The Holidays are a great time to market your home.  Typically, home owners have their homes prepped, displayed, and decorated for this time of year and this bit of holiday appeal can create an image of future events for the buyer.  This is an emotional connection to potential buyers,... Read more


    Should I Zone My Home’s HVAC?

    Do you have areas in your home that are hot in the summer or cold in the winter? Consider having your system zoned with a damper system. Top 3 Reasons Why. Comfort: The main benefit of HVAC zoning is improved comfort. Many homes have hot or cold spots that... Read more


    Sitting is the new smoking

    According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), a balanced physical activity program includes both aerobic and strength training exercise. Aerobic activity, which includes walking, running, cycling and rowing, keeps the heart healthy while strength training aids in increasing lean muscle mass, which helps the body burn more... Read more


    Looking for a quicker sale… Think light and bright

    So many clients choose light fixtures that direct light in one direction.  Sad to say, most face down and make a space seem smaller and darker. So often, I walk into a client’s home and there is a dark shadow 12 -24 inches around the perimeter of the ceiling. ... Read more