Dream Home Failed The Radon Gas Test? What To Do Next

You know when you've found the perfect house. The property has everything on your checklist and sometimes all it takes is a single glance and you know you can never live anywhere else. You've stumbled upon "The One" and you're anxious to move-in. Although you want to get settled in immediately, you go through the required channels so you're able to receive funding. Part of the lending process is getting a home inspection. Read More 

Opening Your Own Business? Choose The Right Bathroom Flooring

If you are opening your own business, there are many things you must do to get ready. One thing you may not have thought of is renovating the bathroom. This room is very important because if customers use your bathroom and it is not in good shape, this will give a bad impression of your company. One thing you have to consider is the bathroom flooring. Below is information on what you should consider and types of flooring you can choose. Read More 

Weed Control: Options With Benefits And Drawbacks To Consider

Weeds are not only an obnoxious part of having a yard and a home, but they are also a major chore. In some cities, having weeds grow too high or be too plentiful in your yard results in the city fining the residents with a "noxious weed problem." Whether you have that statute where you live or not, you probably still want to get rid of weeds because they can cause a lot of allergies. Read More 

Window Treatment Tips For Homeowners

Window treatments can be an extremely impactful accessory for your home. In addition to making the windows look better, these treatments may also improve your ability to regulate the light that enters the home. Ensure The Window Treatments Correctly Fit The Windows One of the more challenging aspects of buying window treatments will be the issue of correctly sizing them. When a person makes the mistake of incorrectly sizing their window treatments, they can severely impact the effect that the window treatments have on the aesthetic of their home. Read More 

AC Services You Might Need When Your Air Conditioner Is Short Cycling

When your air conditioner is working properly, it kicks on when the thermostat detects the temperature in your home is too high. It then runs for several minutes, before it kicks back off when the temperature in your home has lowered to the thermostat setting. A condition known as short cycling occurs when your air conditioner shuts itself down after it runs for just a few minutes, because it overheats. Since the temperature doesn't get low enough to satisfy the thermostat, your AC then kicks back on only to shut off again quickly. Read More