You've probably heard of asbestos before. You probably even know it's bad for you! But...what is it? The definition of asbestos is "a heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral that can be woven into fabrics, and is used in fire-resistant and insulating materials such as brake linings."
Summer is a great time to be outside and enjoy gardening, grilling and relaxing with family and friends. But no one wants to sit on dirty patio furniture or cook on a greasy grill! Here are three places we recommend you keep clean and some tips to help make the process easier.
- Stepping stool or ladder (if the fixture is high up or in an out of reach area)
- Lint-free cloth, like...
- Wash walls around appliances, wipe off any décor, look for built-up grease and grime
- Wipe off outside/insides of cabinets and countertops
Whether it is routine cleaning, new construction clean, or having a clean office space, having a clean and healthy environment is important. Some may choose to DIY while others may opt for hiring, but which option is best for you?
You look around your beautiful kitchen, and your eyes go right to the fingerprint smudges on your appliances. Don't even get us started on the grease, water drops, and who knows what else. So how do you keep your appliances looking like new?
Sally's house is always so clean, how does she do it?
You know that moment when you all of the sudden notice the leaves have changed color and the nights are becoming crisp and cool. It’s the time we start opening our windows and letting the fresh air breeze in. These early fall months are perfect to start thinking about preparing your home for the upcoming holidays, and that includes carpet cleaning! Here are four reasons you should have your...
Asbestos. Once marketed as a “magic mineral” it is now is an infamous public health menace. And, chances are if your home (or commercial building) was built before 1980, construction materials containing asbestos were likely used.