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What Causes Mildew In Air Ducts?

Inhaling and/or touching mold can cause both small and large health problems. It can trigger allergies, asthma, infection, skin irritation, organ damage, and cancer. Yeast infections, athlete's foot, and a burning sensation in various parts of the body are also possibilities. One of many places mold and mildew can grow in your home is in your air ducts. What can cause mildew and mold to grow in your air duct system? Read More 

3 Reasons To Utilize A Mold Removal Service

Discovering mold in your home can often be a frustrating and frightening experience, mostly because of the many issues that the presence of mold can cause. Mold issues can lead to everything from health issues for you and your pets to being unable to sell your home until the mold is eliminated. Listed below are just three of the many reasons to hire a mold removal service. Prevent Spreading One of the biggest reasons to hire a mold removal service is to quickly put a stop to the spreading of the mold. Read More 

3 Tips For Cleaning Your Microwave With Ease

Microwaves are truly one of the best inventions around. They let you heat your food up on the go, without having to spend hours slaving away in the kitchen over a hot stove. When you lead a busy life, a microwave is a must. However, you have to take some time every once in a while to clean your microwave out. Otherwise, you are going to end up with a bunch of built up food particles inside that leave little to be desired. Read More 

Avoid Frozen Pipes And Water Damage In Freezing Weather

If the cold weather is setting in, then you want to be sure you know how to protect your home's plumbing for those freezing nights. When the temperature outside drops below freezing, there is the chance that your pipes will also freeze. This can cause them to burst and if that happens then it will cost you in plumbing repairs and possibly cause damage to your walls, flooring, roof, furniture and personal belongings. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of The Common Manufactured Siding Materials

Choosing the best siding material for your home can cut down on maintenance and repair work in the future. Manufactured siding materials are more durable and often less expensive than wood siding. The range of manufactured materials available ensures that you can find the best fit regardless of your design desires. Other than visual appeal, each of the manufactured siding materials has pros and cons. Decide what attributes matter most to you then discuss your choices further with your siding contractor. Read More