Moving Out Of Your Apartment? These Are The Areas You Need To Focus On

Posted on: 7 April 2015
You have found a new place to live and are now in the process of packing and moving your belongings to a new home. In order to get your security deposit back from your old apartment, you need to make sure it's in great shape and clean. Here are a few areas you really need to focus on to ensure your deposit gets back into your hands. Remove Staples and Nails From Your Walls
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Maintaining Your Travertine Tile Floor: When And How To Clean

Posted on: 6 April 2015
Travertine tiles add beauty and value to many kitchens and bathrooms. Travertine is a natural material that is sensitive to harsh cleaning products. In many cases, mild detergents and soaps made from natural ingredients are the best cleaning products for your travertine tiles. These tips will help you maintain your tiles using methods that are safe for your stone.  Dry Mop Daily Dry mop and sweep your travertine tile floor on a daily basis.
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A Handy Guide For Removing Oil Or Butter From Your Carpet

Posted on: 2 April 2015
Pasta with oil, bread with butter, a delicious dipping sauce made with olive oil and garlic – they all have one thing in common. They have a nasty habit of ending up on your carpet. A grease stain may not be bright pink or brown like a wine or chocolate stain, but it's annoying and obvious, nonetheless. Follow these steps to remove the oil slick and restore your carpet to its former beauty.
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Getting The Most From Your Mold Testing

Posted on: 31 March 2015
Once you suspect that your home has been contaminated by mold, your first instinct may be to rip out your walls until you find the source. Instead of acting rashly, however, it is usually wiser to invest in thorough mold testing to pinpoint both the location and species of mold in question. Working with a professional mold inspection and removal company can make the whole process smoother and more efficient, but there are certain steps you should take to ensure that the test is as accurate as possible.
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