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How A Professional Crew Removes Asbestos From Your House

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You probably know you shouldn’t start renovating an old house without checking for asbestos first. Asbestos is in many building materials, and that makes it unsafe to tear down walls, pull up flooring, or rip out old pipe insulation without checking if it contains asbestos. If you’ve verified that asbestos is present by having the building materials tested in a lab, then you have to decide how to deal with the problem. Read More»

Preventing And Cleaning Mold For Ceramic Tile Floors

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Tile is an attractive material choice for flooring, and ceramic tile is a very popular option thanks to its durability and affordable cost. Since tile is most frequently found in the kitchen and bathroom of homes, it’s not surprising that mold and mildew is a common problem. If you have ceramic tile flooring and want to know how to prevent and clean these annoying stains, here is some helpful information to ensure that your ceramic tile stays beautiful and clean. Read More»

How To Wash Your Deck This Spring With Your Pressure Washer

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If you want your deck to look really nice again, often all you need to do is give it a little attention. Restore your deck and make it look like new by following the simple steps below.  Clear Your Deck The first thing you need to do is take all the furniture and remove it from your deck. You don’t want to leave anything on your deck. It will be easier for you to clean and work on your deck when it is cleared. Read More»

An Effective Method For Removing Pet Urine Stains From Your Carpet

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No pet is perfect. From time to time, your cat or dog is likely to have an accident on the carpet. If not cleaned properly, urine can not only leave a stain, but also an odor that lingers and encourages your pet to relieve itself in the same area again. So, when you remove a urine spot, it’s important to use a method that addresses both the staining and the scent. Read More»

Protecting Company Floors During The Winter

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During winter weather, your business’ floors are likely to become dirtier than usual due to foot traffic tracking in signs of the precipitation outdoors. Besides particles of snow and ice, salt and sand used to treat outdoor walkways will end up on your company’s flooring, making it appear less than favorable. It is very important to take time for treating your floors during inclement weather to help keep them from deteriorating from these harsh abrasives. Read More»