Moving Across Town? 3 Ways To Make The Process Easier With U-Haul

When you move out of your home and you're only relocating to another area in town, you don't need to spend a lot of money on a moving company to haul your things for you. U-haul provides many options to allow you to move everything on your own. Learn how you can complete the process while still keeping your items organized, and can get into your new residence within just a few days. Read More 

Toss It Or Take It: How To Decide What To Keep For Storage

Moving from one place to another can seem like a daunting task, especially when you are trying to decide what to toss and what to take to storage. Choosing what to keep and what to toss can often be a sentimental tug on your heart. Below you will find some tips on how to decide what to keep for storage and what to throw away. Assess Your Possessions The first thing you will want to do is go through your possessions with a finetoothcomb. Read More 

Keeping Your Home Free Of Mice

If you live in an area where mice live outdoors, you may need to take necessary steps to keep them from coming inside your home. There are several ways to deter rodents from setting up their homes within your house. Do A Check Outdoors Check the foundation and walls of your home from the exterior to make sure there are no spots where mice can get inside. If you notice any larger cracks or crevices, you will want to fill them in with caulk or expandable foam. Read More 

Steam Cleaning Versus Dry Cleaning Your Carpet

If you want to preserve your carpet for years to come, it's important that it be regularly and correctly cleaned. Often, this is required if you want to maintain the warranty. While you should regularly vacuum your carpet and immediately clean up any spills or stains as soon as they happen, for full and effective cleaning you should call in a professional. When hiring a contractor, it's helpful to understand just how they intend to clean your carpet. Read More 

How To Effectively Control Spiders In The Home

Spiders are the most commonly feared pest that can be found in the home. This is probably because of the fact that they can cause serious health issues if you are bitten by one, leading you to potentially be hospitalized. However, there are only about 6 deaths from spiders every year and this is just from black widows and brown recluse, which are the most deadly spiders out there. Spiders can still be a problem if found in your home and just make you feel uncomfortable, so if you feel that you have a problem, you will want to consider these methods of control: Read More