Three Tips for Removing Bed Bugs from Commercial Properties

Bed bugs can be a nasty problem to deal with in your hotel or rental property. It will require expedient action, so that you can kill the infestation as quickly as possible and prevent bites, itching and irritation that come with the territory. With this in mind, you should follow the tips below so that you are able to get your property back to its proper condition.  #1: Get Your Bedroom Under Control Read More 

Three Tips To Help You Find The Source Of Leaks On Your Roof To Have Them Repaired

If you have watermarks on the ceilings or walls of your home, this can be a sign of a roof leak. They can also appear on eaves and with the siding and cornice of your home. Sometimes, it can be difficult to find where they started. They can start due to things like nails puncturing the shingles, storm damage or wear of the shingles. If you suspect you have a leak on your roof, here are a few tips to help you find the source of the problem: Read More 

Mold Inspection, New Construction, and How Your Expected Deadlines Are Affected

As a general contractor, you secure a job by promising that construction will be completed by a certain date and under a specific dollar amount. However, the best plans do not always work out the way you intended. Take mold, for example. Finding mold in your new construction can completely derail a project, if you let it. If you get a mold inspection done right away, then you can get a good idea of how your deadlines are affected. Read More 

Updating Your Kitchen On A Budget? Learn How To Install A Simple Backsplash

A kitchen renovation project can be quite involving and expensive, especially if you plan to replace your appliances, cabinets, and counters. While a complete remodeling project will make your home's kitchen look brand new, not every homeowner can afford it. If you want to update the look of your kitchen while on a budget, adding a backsplash is easy to do. Here is how to give your kitchen a fresh look that is affordable. Read More 

How To Clean The Fabric Upholstery In Your Car

Fabric upholstery picks up stains and smells at a higher rate than leather. If your dog vomits in your car or your sister-in-law borrows your vehicle and returns it reeking of smoke, your fabric seats are going to need some serious TLC to get both the stains and the odor out. If you need to freshen up your vehicle's interior, you can clean the upholstery in your car at home and save money instead of taking your car to a professional. Read More