Role of professionals in bed bug control

Bed bug control can sound simple during the commencement, but it is a daunting process and requires a strategy that is planned correctly. These annoying bugs like to suck human blood, causing several adverse health problems to them. Common problems include itching, rashes on the skin, and allergy. These bloodsucking bugs can create a real nuisance in your home, and therefore, it becomes essential to take bed bug control treatment. It is generally a wise decision to hire professionals for bug control Read more […]

Four Air Conditioning Problems and How to Fix Them

The hottest months of the year are upon us. As temps stay sweltering, your air conditioner runs more frequently to keep your home cool. Unfortunately, problems also arise with constant use especially if your unit is older or hasn’t been properly maintained. Fixing these common problems faster can keep you cooler longer until that cool breeze of Fall swings in. Leaking Unit Leaks can happen in both the coolant and drainage pipes. Leaking air conditioners can cause a host of problems beyond a lack Read more […]

From DIYer to Entrepreneur: Tools to Help You Manage Your Home Improvement Startup

There’s something so satisfying about creating and working with your hands. Whether you’re designing hand-made décor or are designing an entirely new room from scratch, the chance to create and then enjoy the result is incomparable to anything else, so it’s no wonder that you would want to take your DIY hobby and turn it into a home improvement business. As great as it is to work with your hands and be able to admire your work, though, it can also be time-consuming, tricky, and difficult to Read more […]

An Introduction to National Lawn Care Month

Just about everyone living in suburban areas has their own lawn. It happens to be something that has become one of the most characteristic features of living away from the big city. Regardless of where you may be living, you will have come across plenty of houses having their own lawns and grassy patches. Then again, it isn’t entirely a ‘suburban thing’ either. Although cities are often criticized as being nothing more than ‘concrete jungles’, not all areas of the city happen to be patched Read more […]

Eight Ways to Green Your Road Trip

Peak driving season, when many Americans hit the road to visit relatives or see the sights, is now in full swing. With U.S. gas prices topping $4 a gallon in some places — and likely to edge up more during summer’s high demand — you may want to consider taking more efficient mass transportation. But if you travel by car, you can still cut your fuel usage, save money and reduce your carbon footprint by driving smart. 1. Look into going by train or bus instead of by car or plane. Taking a train Read more […]