Safety Concerns When Remodeling The Kitchen In Your Older Home

Posted on: 30 June 2015

If you're getting ready to embark on a kitchen remodeling project with your older home, it can seem like a huge undertaking. Even if you have everything in place in regards to your new countertop, flooring and cabinets, you'll need to pay special attention to the demolition process of existing materials. Having a roll-off dumpster in place to toss most of the old debris is a must. But if you're unsure if you'll come into contact with hazardous or unsafe materials, you'll need to have a safety plan in place. [Read More]

Need To Clean Up Your Yard? 3 Places Pests Could Be Hiding

Posted on: 7 November 2014

Have you been putting off cleaning your yard? If you have, there might be things in your yard that could be hiding potential pest infestations. One way to find out if you have a pest problem is to start looking around your yard. Start by looking around the perimeter of your home, and under any piles of debris that you might have in your yard. If you've been noticing an increase in pests such as roaches and mice around your home, you might have hiding places that you didn't know about. [Read More]

Putting Off Having Your Septic Tank Pumped? 3 Signs You Shouldn't Ignore

Posted on: 7 November 2014

Do you know how to tell when your septic tank needs to be pumped? If you don't, you might be in for a very rude awakening someday. The easiest way to know when to have your septic pumped is to schedule it for a prearranged time, such as every three years. If you don't remember to take care of your septic it will remind you by causing undesirable failure for you. [Read More]

Helping A Hoarder Clean Their Home

Posted on: 6 November 2014

If you know someone who has accumulated all kinds of belongings that seem to have overtaken the home, you may want to try to help them organize. Hoarding is a psychological disorder that will need to be evaluated. The person may need to speak to a counselor about the problem. While they try to get help for this disorder, the home will need to be cleaned to get a fresh start on their recovery. [Read More]