When it comes to hiring a professional to perform work on your home, the internet is indeed a great "go-to" for conducting research to gather more information and insights. While there are many ways to find what you are looking for on the World Wide Web, it can also be overwhelming at times. So, where should you begin your search? Continue reading to find out!
If you are researching mold, then you must be showing signs in your home; smell, visual, surfaces, attic, basement, bathroom. What is the benefit of treating the entire house rather than one specific area? Continue reading to find out!
Let’s face it, unless you work for a cleaning company, no one likes to clean. Whether you are cleaning at home, work or for family, here are seven signs indicating that you may need to step up your sanitization game.
"VOC" is the acronym for volatile organic compounds and it’s rapidly becoming an important topic with homeowners, and for good reason. Continue reading to find out how to avoid having health-risking VOCs in your sanctuary.
When you think of mold, you probably think of the many common places it can be found in your home, like the basement, bathroom, and laundry. But what most people don’t realize is that mold can — and will — grow just about anywhere in your home, if the conditions are right.
Many people are allergic to mold spores and every house has them. Mold is a form of fungus that thrives in warm, damp environments and with more than 100,000 species in the world, it is no wonder molds can be found everywhere. It spreads by releasing tiny, lightweight spores that travel through the air.
The other day a TV program was on where a family was getting ready to sell their home; they made it look so easy! Chuckling to myself, I thought it might be good idea to run through eight key topics to review prior to selling your home.
Competition, it’s a dog-eat-dog world in the real estate industry! Becoming an elite broker is a way to show potential customers that you are able to back your success story. But what can you do to not become stagnant — and instead keep your edge and continue to retain your elite broker status?
Finding visual evidence of mold in your home is a problem, and it should be taken seriously, no matter what surface it appears on. If you spot mold in your home, use these steps as a guideline for your approach.
The difference between a great property manager and just an average property manager is keeping good tenants. However, and inevitably, both good and bad tenants do move out eventually. So, what can you do to get the good tenants back in and keep them happy? Continue reading to find out!