Addressing A Couple Of Common Crawlspace Problems

Posted on: 8 May 2015

Maintaining your home is one of the most important things that you can do to protect its value and keep it safe. However, many homeowners make the mistake of overlooking their crawlspace, and this can lead to them experiencing major problems with this part of the house. Fortunately, you can help improve your knowledge about this part of your home by learning the answers to a couple of common crawlspace questions.
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Follow These Tips When Cleaning Your Garage Windows

Posted on: 29 April 2015

Cleaning your garage windows is pretty different than cleaning the windows inside your home. Especially if it has been a while since you've cleaned them, they're probably caked with dead bugs and perhaps even a greasy, grimy residue from being exposed to car exhaust. To get your garage windows as clean as possible without breaking them, follow these tips: Start with a de-greasing cleaner. You should focus on removing dirt and bug parts first, so any subsequent cleaner you use can better reach the finer dust and debris on the windows.
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How Clean Is Your Bathroom?

Posted on: 8 April 2015

The bathroom can quickly become one of the grossest rooms in a house if not properly cleaned. Most people don't have time to do a deep cleaning of this room every week and usually a general wipe down of the toilet, sinks, bathtub and counters will suffice. However, deep cleaning this room every couple of months (in between visits by house cleaning services) can help it not only look clean but feel clean.
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Keeping Productivity Up During Flu Season

Posted on: 20 March 2015

When you run a business, you want to make sure productivity doesn't falter during flu season. If one employee gets the flu and comes to work, the disease can spread, and before you know it, you are down a lot of employees. This will cut into your production and leave you low on available staff. This is why it's important for you to do all you can to decrease the chances of the flu and other illnesses spreading around the workplace.
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