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Wage War On Rats & Mice

Rats damage buildings by gnawing through walls, pipes, ducts, and electrical wires – often causing fires. They eat and urinate on food and can carry dangerous pathogens and parasites. This rat-control guide will show you how to get rid of these little furry hazards for good. 1. Rat identification It’s important to first figure out […]

3 Weird Home Cleaning Tricks

By Becky Mundt  |   Submitted On February 25, 2007 Replacing toxic chemical cleaners with hydrogen peroxide is an important step in reducing toxins and improving air quality in the home. But can hydrogen peroxide really stand up to the tough cleaning jobs around your home? And is this the link to the the top world’s webpage […]

Suck Stains Out Of Concrete

By Jim Johannasen  |   Submitted On April 03, 2010 Unsealed concrete stains easily. You should be able to clean any stains or your surface will be unsightly in no time. You do not need expensive agents to do this, except for specific, tough stains. Most of the agents used to remove stains off concrete are commonly […]

The Concrete Cleaning Wizard

By Paul De Vizard  |   Submitted On August 03, 2010 Concrete is strong and durable, and has been a popular choice for builders for centuries. It does, however, require a little care and attention to keep it looking its best. Regardless of whether it is strictly functional or highly decorative, there are ways to make maintenance […]

The Concrete Floors Cleaning Miracles

By Jeff Douglas  |   Submitted On November 10, 2009 Concrete flooring is porous and will soak up stains very quickly. You do not want to let any spills remain, but to remove them as quickly as possible. Leaving a spill will cause it to be much difficult to remove later. With oil or grease spills there […]

Asbestos Removal Costs

By Prince Das  |   Submitted On March 15, 2011 If you do not want asbestos in your house, you can have it removed. Remember, asbestos is toxic so you must hire a professional. Never try to remove or repair these products by yourself. The first thing to know is asbestos removal is not cheap, but it […]

Asbestos Removal Without A License

By Wade Rogers  |   Submitted On October 04, 2014 The process of bathroom asbestos removal may require class A or B licenses or none at all. The particular steps in a removal project will depend on the licensing requirement. Here is an overview of the steps involved in a removal project that doesn’t require licensing (based […]

Asbestos Removal Tips & Tricks

By Glen Anthony Brown  |   Submitted On December 09, 2009 When talking rubbish removal, there are entire industries based on the different various kinds of rubbish and removal methods available. From commercial waste to domestic waste, from building waste to harmful waste, there are businesses and waste removals methods designed to handle it. Generally rubbish removal […]

Asbestos Removal FAQs Answered

By Sherree Cook  |   Submitted On February 13, 2012 What is asbestos? Asbestos is a natural fibrous material that has been used in buildings since the ’50s. It was popular to insulate buildings and protect against fire and corrosion. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether asbestos is present in a building or not as it is […]

3 Paths To No Bathroom Asbestos

By Wade Rogers  |   Submitted On June 10, 2015 Asbestos was used in buildings in the 1940s to the 1980s in Australia. The material is known for its durability, insulation and fire resistance. However, it has been noted that the material causes more harm than good and is no longer recommended for use in buildings. In […]

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