Wednesday, April 15, 2015 8:00:00 AM
After a long, cold winter, your home can be a mess and you may not even realize it. Pets tend to stay indoors more in the winter, so there may be pet odors and hair accumulate on your rugs and furniture. Things can get dusty, too. Once you open your doors and windows to let the spring air and sunshine inside, you’ll notice a layer of dust all over your beautiful things. Thorough cleaning can be a real chore, there are many tips and tricks that can make it go faster and give you better results. If you need encouragement, just picture that nice fresh look, feel and smell that you’ll enjoy once your deep cleaning is complete. read more
Thursday, October 23, 2014 12:22:00 PM
Autumn is here and before you hibernate there are still a few fall yard cleanup chores that must be carried out. Yes, you spent the whole summer outside pulling weeds, cleaning the deck and watering the flowers. You deserve a break, but your lawn needs to be properly put to bed and your home needs to be prepared for the upcoming winter and spring.
So roll up those sleeves one more time so you can witness your home blossom when the warm weather returns. Here are some helpful fall clean-up tips! read more
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 8:10:00 PM
Many homeowners live under the impression that the only way to clean vinyl is with a pressure washer, and in turn they live within dirty walls. While a pressure washer can be the simplest solution, it’s not necessarily the most effective, or the most reasonable. We’ve got two solid solutions that will provide you with some surprising results and have that vinyl siding looking good enough to make your neighbors drop their pressure washers and ask what your secret is
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 10:46:00 AM
Vinegar is a miracle from nature. Completely non-toxic and anti-bacterial, vinegar is actually beneficial to any surface it touches. It safely kills germs and is much more economical than chemical cleaning solutions. It’s not even harmful when accidentally inhaled or ingested. (If you’ve got kids, you’ll love that part). The acidic composition of vinegar acts quickly to break down the kind of film that frequently accumulates on glass surfaces.