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There are lots of different ways to clean a carpet. If green cleaning and limiting the use of harsh household chemicals is a priority for you, you’ll be glad to know that there are plenty of natural alternatives for keeping your carpets clean and pristine. Whether you choose to do the carpet cleaning yourself or hire a carpet cleaning service that uses natural green cleaning methods, it’s a good idea to learn more about which natural products can clean and brighten your carpet while eliminating allergens and germs that can harm your family’s health. This blog will help you find the best ingredients for green carpet cleaning in your home.

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Three Myths Surrounding Sealcoating And The Truth Surrounding Those Myths

If you are the owner of an asphalt surface, such as an asphalt driveway or parking lot, sealcoating may be a term that you have heard about. Sealcoating is a product that can be sprayed on to asphalt surfaces to help prevent water from seeping through the otherwise porous asphalt. Unfortunately, there are many myths out there about sealcoating. Here are a few of those myths and the truth surrounding those myths. Read More 

Have A Crawl Space? Why You Should Get It Encapsulated

When building a house it's very important for the foundation to be lifted off of the ground. Doing so helps to keep soil-dwelling critters such as termites or other pests from demolishing the lowermost layer of the home. A house is usually propped up in one of three ways:  Via a basement, cement slab or crawl space. In much the same way that some people have unfinished basements, it's also possible for a home to have a crawl space that is incomplete as well. Read More 

4 Tips For Finishing Your Basement

One of the parts of your home that may not be ready to use is your basement. It can be easy to put off finishing this area until you have time to do so. However, this can be a location that can be extremely useful to you and your family. Knowing specific tips to help you make the most of this space is sure to be advantageous to you! Tip #1: Ensure it's dry Read More 

2 Ways To Ensure That Your Replacement Windows Increase Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Replacing the windows of your home is a fairly major remodeling project to undertake. It can also be a costly one, particularly if you need to replace all of the windows in the home. Often, this project is unavoidable and you may have reached a point where the benefits you'll get from new windows outweigh the expense and inconvenience involved. When choosing replacement windows, it's important to invest wisely and ensure that you're getting the maximum amount of benefit from your financial outlay. Read More 

2 Ways to Make Your Windows More Efficient

There are many small ways that you can make your home more energy efficient. When it comes to decreasing your dependency on your heating and air conditioning appliances and lowering your utility bills, it is a good idea to focus on the windows.The windows can be a problem spot when it comes to leaking air and loss of insulation. The main problem is that as windows age they become less efficient. Read More