Stop Inviting Insects Into Your Home

Posted on: 21 January 2015

After a few years of living in a house, wear and tear on the home, the house settling, and ignored repairs can all become an open invitation for insects to come in. Make a pass through your home and seal off easy access routes for the bugs. Clean up those areas that motivate bugs to find a way into your home. With a little effort you'll send the message that no bugs are welcome here.
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What You Need To Do Immediately After A Home Fire

Posted on: 19 January 2015

Even a minor home fire can cause an extreme amount of smoke damage in your house. Additionally, ash and soot from fires are acidic substances. If left to sit on surfaces in your home, the acid will cause permanent damage. The most common issue caused by fire smoke is discoloration of plastics and painted surfaces. You should never attempt to restore your own home after a fire. This is a job where a professional is a must.
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How To Clean Siding Without A Power Washer

Posted on: 14 January 2015

If you want to clean your home's vinyl siding, one of the most common ways to do it is with a power washer. So what do you do if you don't have a power washer? Here are three methods for cleaning vinyl siding that do not require an expensive piece of equipment. The Bleach Method One of the reasons that bleach works so well for cleaning vinyl siding is because it will easily remove all the mildew and mold.
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3 Tips When Buying Signs For Your Small Business

Posted on: 9 January 2015

If you own a small business, signs are a great form of advertising. They are also useful inside your business. Below are three tips that will help you choose the best signs, such as choosing the type, materials used, and designing the sign. Types of Business Signs The first thing you need to do is decide on the type of sign you want to use. You can choose them to be used indoor and outdoor.
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