Got a Dirty Couch? 4 Questions You May Have About Upholstery Cleaning

If your couch is dirty or smells, it may be time to have upholstery cleaning done. If you have never had your couch cleaned before, you may have many questions about this process. Here are a few of the questions you may have as well as the answers.  Can Upholstery Cleaning Remove All Stains? Upholstery cleaning is designed to remove dirt, dust and residue from couches, as well as to remove deep and set-in stains. Read More 

How To Dismantle An Above-Ground Pool For Transport

If you are moving to another house, and you have an above-ground pool, you may wonder whether or not you should move it. Pools are an expensive investment that you don't want to leave behind or damage during a move. It is possible to dismantle an above-ground pool to transport it to a new location. Here are some tips to dismantle an above-ground pool for moving. Prepare the Pool For this project, you need: Read More 

Selling Your Home? Make Your Kitchen More Zen

aHome staging involves removing the unnecessary, opening up the space and infusing interior spaces with good energy. The same concepts apply to zen decorating. Turning your kitchen into a more zen-like place can make your home more appealing to buyers while also ensuring a feeling of peace when you prepare meals for yourself and loved ones. These quick fixes will change your kitchen from a room of clutter and chaos into a room of peace and beauty. Read More 

Preparing Your Self Storage Unit For Maximum Efficiency And Safety

Even the most secure self-storage facilities offer little more than a bare room with a door that can be locked from the outside. For anyone who plans to store items that are vulnerable to the elements or that need to be organized for easy access, it can be beneficial to prepare your space before moving anything in. Doing so is relatively easy, but in exchange for a few hours of your time and the cost of some organizational aids you can ensure that everything you store will be in the state you left it and easily located every time you open the door. Read More 

Itsy Bitsy Enigmas: 5 New Facts About Spiders

Spiders, like snakes, wolves and sharks, get a lot of bad press. Much of what we think we know about spiders comes from urban myths and legends. But researchers continue to study the spider, and have found 5 amazing new facts about them. 1) We humans are better at detecting snakes than spiders. It might seem that humans would be more alert to the presence of spiders, since they are more numerous in homes than snakes. Read More