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  1. These are the 7 dirtiest places in your kitchen

    Your imagination can run wild thinking of the bacteria lurking in your home. But people tend to look in the wrong direction when it comes to fighting germs in the kitchen. Disinfect these seven germ sanctuaries as soon as possible.

    Refrigerator

    Your refrigerator harbors bacteria in some surprising places. Ice and water dispensers, vegetable crispers, meat drawers and door seals are some of the germiest spots.

    To do: Use a disinfectant when you clean the fridge, ...
  2. Decorate the interior of your according to the professional advice

    The idea of Interior planning is old at this point. Individuals are presently going for customized insides. For instance, an artist in a little musical gang favors an inside for his home which his folks may not affirm of. Along these lines, individuals are staying away from proficient for the work and utilizing their own imaginative selves to plan their rooms according to their decisions. The stone vocalist can utilize cut-out or divider banners of music stars and mastermind a few musical instruments ...
  3. The truth about gutter systems

    You either love them or you hate them. They are either a great amenity on your home that helps keep the basement dry or they are an annual pain in the back and maybe even an eyesore on the home.

    Of course we are talking about gutter systems.

    Real estate appraisers throughout the country are mixed as to whether a good gutter system adds to the value of a home, but they are nearly unanimous in their belief that a home that needs gutters and one that doesnít have them ...
  4. Should I get my roof inspected?

    The cold of winter and the rains of spring both take their toll on your roof. Itís a good idea to get your roof inspected at least once every few years. Experts say the most ideal time is during either spring or fall. This allows a professional to assess the problems caused by the previous season and prepare for the upcoming changes in weather.

    Regular inspections also allow your contractor to catch small problems before they become big problems. And where roofing is concerned, big ...
  5. How to prevent bathroom mold

    Mold and rot are dangers that can develop anywhere in your house. But the bathroom, which generally contains more moisture than any other room in the house, is a particularly ripe target. Mold and rot can cause health problems and do serious damage to your house, so itís best to take steps to prevent them.

    The first signs of mold are darkened wood, water stains on your ceilings and water marks around bath vents. When you detect mold in your bathroom, you should address it quickly, ...
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    HVAC
  6. Questions to ask when hiring a moving company

    No matter how skilled and experienced they might be, the moving experts coming to your house are strangers. To be able to let them come into your home, and trust your valuable furniture, you need to make sureyou know everything you need. That’s why when you start browsing moving companies, be sure to have a list of prepared questions to ask each of them. Once you make the selection of a couple of favorite companies, you can compare the answers and be sure that you’ve picked the right ...
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    Moving
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