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Air Duct Terms To Know

Air Duct Terms To Know

Air Duct Terms To Know We’re back at it again and this time we want our customers to feel comfortable as they talk all things air ducts and we’re here to help with our top air duct terms to know! Access Hole When cleaning air ducts, it is necessary to create a series of access holes in…

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Carpet Terms To Know

Carpet Terms To Know

  When it comes to purchasing, cleaning, or repairing carpet; there are many terms and technical jargon that comes into conversations.   We want our customers to feel comfortable as they talk all things carpet and we’re here to help with our top carpet terms to know! Carpet Terms To Know A glossary of terms…

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Should I Get Flood Insurance?

Should I Get Flood Insurance?

Many Americans don’t need to worry if they need flood insurance- the home loan requires it as part of the conditions on the home loan. For the rest of us, we face a serious question of Should I get Flood Insurance? When faced with this question, we must determine if the premium outweighs the risk potential. Along with how to answer this question, we take you through the process of determining if flood insurance is a right fit for your home needs and what to ask your insurance agent when purchasing flood insurance.

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Is It Time to Replace the Carpet in Your Home?

Is It Time to Replace the Carpet in Your Home?

While many things like cheese, wine, and whisky get better with age, carpet doesn’t find it’s way into that category.  After awhile, you will begin to see wear and tear, noticeable smell or increased allergy symptoms, and visible stains; all which will have you wondering “Is it time to replace the carpet in your home?”  We…

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Disposing of Fireplace Ashes the Right Way

Disposing of Fireplace Ashes the Right Way

If your home has a wood fireplace, our guess is that you’ve been using it many nights to stay warm during the cold Northwest Indiana winter.  As the temperatures begin to warm up, it’s important to give that wood fireplace the attention it deserves; including disposing of fireplace ashes the right way. Disposing of Fireplace…

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How to Reduce Stains and Odors in Pet-Friendly Homes

How to Reduce Stains and Odors in Pet-Friendly Homes

We love our pets. We don’t love the hair and odors they leave behind.  Having a pet friendly home brings the challenge of keeping your home smelling fresh and clean.  Regardless of whether they have accidents in the house or have a stinky coat, there are many ways of how to reduce stains and odors…

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How To Clean Your Shower and Keep It That Way: 5 Quick Tips

How To Clean Your Shower and Keep It That Way: 5 Quick Tips

Showers tend to get overlooked when doing a quick clean of the bathroom.  We have 5 quick tips of how to clean your shower and keep it that way. How To Clean Your Shower and Keep It That Way 1. Shower Head and Faucet Using a gallon sized Ziploc bag and vinegar, secure the bag…

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How To Spot Clean Upholstery

How To Spot Clean Upholstery

While in a perfect world drinks and food would not be enjoyed outside of the kitchen / dining room area, shoes would be removed at the door, and there would be a dirty paw fairy that cleaned our furry friends feet when they came in from the outdoors. The reality is this world doesn’t exist and despite our best efforts. Young children, house guests, or a wild football viewing party can all be culprits of upholstery stains in your home. We’ve got a fool proof 4 step plan of how to spot clean upholstery.

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How To Identify A Certified Mold Remediation Contractor

How To Identify A Certified Mold Remediation Contractor

You just discovered mold in your home. You panic. You stress over the cost to repair, the effects it could have on your health, and the overwhelming process of how to identify a certified mold remediation contractor. We’ve gathered 4 fail proof ways to help you to better understand how to identify a certified mold remediation contractor.

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Prepare Memories for a House Fire

Prepare Memories for a House Fire

We never think or plan to experience a house fire in our own homes but it is always best to plan for the worse case scenario and prepare memories for a house fire and save ourselves the grief of losing memories and items that mean the most to us.

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