Think You Have Bed Bugs? What To Know

Have you been dealing with red itchy bite marks that look like a rash and you've come to the conclusion you have a bed bug problem? If so, the sooner you act, the better your chances will be of getting control of the problem and getting rid of the bugs. There are a lot of things you'll want to consider when dealing with bed bugs, since they are difficult to see and only come out at night. [Read More]

The Danger Of Asbestos & How A Homeowner Can Deal With This Threat

Asbestos is harmful to have in your home and, since many homes were built with asbestos, it is a danger that you should be aware of. The following guide might help you figure out if you home has asbestos, how it poses a danger to your health, and the next step to take.  How Dangerous Is Asbestos? The first thing you should know is asbestos is not dangerous when its particles are contained. [Read More]

Three Ways Your Recycling Center Can Help You Declutter Your House

Recycling and decluttering your house can go hand in hand, but you'll need to know which items can be recycled before you begin cleaning out your closets. As you start going through your items to see which ones you want to keep, donate or throw away, remember to look for items that can be recycled. This helps lower your impact on the environment while freeing up valuable space in your home. [Read More]

Tips To Maintain Your New Septic Tank

If you've never had a septic tank before, you may not understand entirely how one works. Unlike a sewer system, the septic system disposes of your household waste in a tank usually somewhere beneath the ground in your yard. Liquid waste goes into a drain field to be disposed of, while solid waste sits at the bottom of the tank to be disposed of later (when pumped out). Your household waste comes from your kitchen drain, laundry drain, as well as toilet and shower drains. [Read More]