Breathing Problems? 4 Ways You Can Reduce Allergens In Your Home

Posted on: 14 September 2016

Chronic breathing problems, such as asthma and COPD, often get worse when allergens are present. This is due to an allergic response and is most common in allergic asthma. If you notice that you have more difficulty breathing indoors or that your breathing gets worse after your house is closed up for an extended period of time, you may be suffering from allergy-induced breathing problems. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to reduce your flare ups and begin to breathe easier.
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How To Take Care Of A Granite Sink

Posted on: 12 May 2016

As a homeowner, you have a beautiful granite sink but along with that beauty comes the need to understand how to clean it properly. The sink receives a lot of use and the granite has been treated with special elements that will need specific cleaning products, so the surface doesn't become damaged. Even though the rock is chip, scratch, and heat resistant, you need to be careful what products are used to maintain its glamour.
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5 Tips For Keeping The Carpet Clean In Your First Vacation Rental

Posted on: 17 December 2015

As the new owner of a vacation rental, you want to do your best to ensure that the property stays in the best condition so that your investment stays valuable. While thorough cleanings are necessary between guests, you should make sure that professional carpet cleaning is not done as often to help keep maintenance costs reasonable. The following tips can help ensure that your vacation rental looks spotless and will not need frequent professional cleaning service providers.
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Three Ways To Tell If It's Safe To Move Back In After A Disaster

Posted on: 4 November 2015

After your home has suffered a flood, hurricane, or severe fire, it can be hard to know where to start with the repair and restoration process. But if your home has been structurally damaged, it may not be safe to return until after a contractor has done repair work. Here are three ways to check for structural damage to make sure your house is safe to enter. 1. Check lines and shapes.
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