When The Cat Isn’t Cutting It: Controlling The Mouse In Your Home With Help From Pest Control

If you have noticed signs that mice have taken up residency in your home, you are not alone. Roughly 29% of homes in the United States have had a mouse problem at some point. When you see mouse droppings in your bathroom or bits of fur on the floor, it's time to call a pest control company to assess the situation. While you can try to set up mouse traps on your own, a female mouse can give birth to up to 12 babies every three weeks. Read More 

3 Amazing Features Of Modern Home Security Systems

If you are considering installing an alarm system for your home, now is a great time to get one. The modern home security systems offer several amazing features. This article will discuss 3 of these features. Wireless Installation Perhaps one of the best features added to modern home security systems is the ability that they have to be installed without any wires. The systems today are completely wireless and run on Bluetooth capabilities that are very effective. Read More 

How To Remove The Smell Of Mold

After a mold outbreak in your home has been dealt with, the smell can linger. Not only is it extremely unappetizing, but the mold spores that carry the smell can irritate respiratory conditions and facilitate the growth of new mold in your home. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do to remove the smell of mold from your home. Cleaning  The most obvious solution to the smell of mold is to clean the area that it seems to be strongest in. Read More 

3 Easy Ways To Maximize Space In Your Small Home Before Listing It For Sale

Your home is smaller than most and it may even be the primary reason why you are ready to find something else. The main problem with selling a smaller home is that lack of floor space can be a major buyer turnoff. There is a good possibility that all of those bothersome, cramped areas that get to you will not look so inviting in the eyes of a buyer. With that being said it is easy to understand that--as a homeowner selling your small house--you will have to be creative and careful about how it is portrayed. Read More 

Buying A House In Another State? Use These Tips To Pick A Suitable New Home

It can be tricky to buy a new house when you live in another state. Because you are so far away, it can be more of a challenge to find the right house for your family because you might not be able to get to your new location to do walk-throughs and get an idea of what the area is like. Luckily, there are still things you can do to feel confident that you're choosing a great house for you and your loved ones. Read More