June 2018

Found 3 blog entries for June 2018.

Household pests can cause serious damage to home, property and healthThe backyard may offer a natural habitat for all sorts of creatures that are beneficial to the natural environment, but most homeowners wouldn't invite a single one of those critters to take up residence indoors. If a home seems to be a magnet for unwanted pests, it's time to take some serious action.

In many cases, protecting your home against such onslaught is relatively routine, handled easily with DIY inspections and simple preventive measures. If, however, there is evidence of existing damage or an infestation has grown out of control, it's time to call in a professional. Doing nothing will only result in a bigger problem and, typically, more expense.

Inspect Parts of the Home

Unwanted pests—whether they are flies and other insects,

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Tips for Selling a Home with PetsAs pets are part of the family, homeowners often let their furry friends get comfortable within their property. While this is great for everyone's quality of life, it can present challenges when a household decides to put their home up for sale.

By working with an experienced real estate agent, homeowners can sell their home with pets quickly and for the highest price possible.

Preparing the Home with Pets for the Market

Sellers who want to list their property after pets have been living in the home should take extra measures to get the house ready for the market. Most pet owners can attest to the fact that pets drool, have accidents and generally carry odors with them, which can linger in the home. All carpets should be thoroughly

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What Home Buyers Should Know About Green Construction TechnologySustainable building has taken a few hard turns in the past few years and is now offering an ever-expanding slew of options. These new developments help owners save on their utility bills as well as their ozone layer. While many of the following trends haven't exactly been picked up at the same rate across the nation, it appears to be only a matter of time. See why the new developments all but guarantee that green construction will soon be the norm and not the exception.

A Heating Revolution

There are two major types of green heating today in the form of solar panels and geothermal heat pipes. Solar panels have the power to save people thousands of dollars over time on electricity costs. Some homeowners even sell back their excess electricity

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