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Safety is Always Key

Safety is Always Key

Pest Control
All exterminators want to make sure that people are safe, which is why they get into a job that removes pests. They are also aware that they have access to homes that few other people have, so they will be aware that they need to allow some precautions to happen. This is why the owner of any property that they are at is going to want to make sure they are who they say they are. Most of the time, work order and uniform are enough for someone to prove who they are, but identification is also very necessary. Any property owner or person renting or leasing needs to be able to reach the company of the exterminators that have shown up at a property. If a person is expecting…
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What Happens When You Hire an Unlicensed Plumber?

What Happens When You Hire an Unlicensed Plumber?

Home Improvement, Plumbing
Plumbers are expensive and when you are short on money, looking for low-cost repair(s) seems like the right decision for your financial budget.  Word of mouth, or putting an advertisement on Craig’s List or elsewhere, is likely to get you a flurry of calls. In our economy today, many businesses have gone under, but people still need to pay bills and put food on their tables. It is easy just to speak to a few people who do plumbing, set a price, get an estimate of the time it will take to do your repair(s), and the start date.  In theory, you can get great service at a much lower cost, the person you choose sounds respectable, honest, knowledgeable, and can plumb anything. Please bear with me, as I am having a giggling…
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Can You Really Do Your Bathtub Refinishing? Here’s What Experts Have to Say

Can You Really Do Your Bathtub Refinishing? Here’s What Experts Have to Say

Home Improvement, House Interior
Not all homeowners think they have the time or know-how to do their own bathtub refinishing. But is doing it yourself actually possible?  Experts say that refinishing a bathtub does not need to be a difficult task, but the process can take upwards of five hours for a small-sized tub with an average person's repertoire of skills and tools. Some homeowners want to do their bathtub refinishing, but should they? When homeowners are looking for ways to save money, bathtub refinishing can be an attractive option. However, some homeowners have found that this is not always the case. Bathtub refinishing can have several potential downsides, including the risk of damaging the tub while sanding or painting it and also requiring time commitment beyond just doing a DIY project. It's essential…
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How to Keep Your Bong Sparkling Clean: Simple Hacks

How to Keep Your Bong Sparkling Clean: Simple Hacks

Garage
If you use your bong often, then it's only natural that it can get a little dirty. You might not realize this, but if the inside of your bong isn't clean and sparkling all the time, you're going to lose out on some of those great flavors! Here are some simple hacks for keeping your bongs spotless: But first, what is a bong? A bong is a simple device that uses water to filter and cool the smoke, making it easier on your throat. The word "bong" comes from Thai origin meaning bamboo tube or pipe for smoking tobacco or marijuana. You'll want to be sure you're buying high-quality glass. What are some tips? The first thing is, always keep plenty of dry towels lying around after usage. This will…
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Commercial Kitchen Cleaning

The Do’s and Don’ts of Commercial Kitchen Cleaning

Industrial Strength Degreaser
Commercial kitchen cleaning is a difficult task, but it doesn't have to be. With commercial kitchen equipment that is hard to reach and tight spaces, commercial kitchens are often overlooked when it comes time for deep cleanings. Deep cleans can take up several hours of your day and leave you feeling frustrated. This blog post aims to help commercial kitchens with their deep cleaning by discussing the dos and don'ts of commercial kitchen cleanings! Deep cleaning a commercial kitchen is not an easy task. It can be time-consuming, expensive, and stressful for the staff. There are two types of deep cleanings that should be done in order to maintain a healthy and sanitary environment: General deep cleaning once every six months and a heavy-duty deep cleaning once per year. General…
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Oxygen Sanitization

Oxygen Sanitization

General
Sanitizing The Air For Resistance Against Virus And Bacteria Taking a breath of fresh air feels revitalizing, and it’s even recommended for many health conditions. However, both the outdoors and indoor air can be polluted and threaten your family’s health. When does the air in your home needs cleaning? It’s more often than you think. After all, you can’t see the threat but viruses and bacteria can be present.  Some of the methods to accomplish oxygen sanitization are: Pesticidal Devices  Such as ozone generators and UV lights. These are instruments or machines that are used to destroy, repel, trap, or mitigate any pests, including bacteria and viruses.  The EPA (The United States Environmental Protection Agency) does not routinely review the safety or efficacy of pesticide devices, and therefore cannot confirm…
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5 Reasons To Invest In A Covered Outdoor Living Area

5 Reasons To Invest In A Covered Outdoor Living Area

House Exterior
As you design your ideal backyard, you’re likely considering a lot of different ways to decorate. For homeowners, a covered outdoor living area gives you both practically and comfort for a comfortable hangout spot. What can a covered outdoor living space do for your backyard? WHY A COVERED AREA IS PART OF THE PERFECT BACKYARD? A patio covers or pergola adds a cool and unique spot to your backyard and can complete an already accessorized outdoor living space. If you’re undecided your backyard needs one, think about what you might be getting by adding a covered area: Protection from the weatherAffordable home improvement projectA comfy dining area or kitchenA more appealing poolAn extension of your home or patio 1. Protection from the weather People are painfully aware of the constant…
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How To Reduce Allergens in Your Home

How To Reduce Allergens in Your Home

General
It's hard to have fun when flowers make you sneeze and budding trees make your eyes water faster than the end of drama episode. You can't stop trees from pollinating or grass from growing, but you can keep allergens out of your home! If allergies have arrived at your doorstep, follow these steps to reduce your symptoms. WASH YOUR BEDDING Millions of dust mites and other types of germs and bacteria may be using your mattress and pillows as a home! Remove your bedding and wash on a hot water at least once a week, including your pillows. CLEAN YOUR CURTAINS Give your curtains a good look by vacuuming them with a hose and handwashing them in cold water. Heavy curtains can easily trap allergens, dust, and dirt. DE-CLUTTER During…
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7 Easy Carpet Cleaning Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

7 Easy Carpet Cleaning Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Home Cleanliness, House Interior
Having a home is such a great milestone to achieve, it shows how responsible and independent you are as an adult. Although through time, just like anything else, our home could decay too. Problems will come and go since some are unavoidable and some are preventable. One preventable problem here is about our carpets, and that is what we are going to talk about here. A carpet can decay over time, it can decay faster or slower. To prevent your carpet from decaying immediately, you need to perform frequent maintenance, or you could also avoid damaging it. If you are worried about your beautiful or expensive carpet, then worry not because problems regarding your carpet are not unavoidable. As what I have stated above, one way of preventing your carpet…
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What Not To Do When Decluttering Your Home

What Not To Do When Decluttering Your Home

Home Improvement
We like to buy and buy stuff. Even things that are not important. Things that we use for a short period of time and after a while, we get tired of it and just leave it unused for years. These things reduce the free space we have at home. Decluttering is one way to add space in your home. But there are a number of things that you shouldn’t be doing when decluttering. Here are some: Shopping before decluttering. Just like what I said earlier, we tend to buy storage pieces and supplies. We keep on buying stuff even though our original idea is to declutter our home by getting rid of things to free up some space. Don’t buy things that won’t fit inside your home. Unless you have…
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