Top Cleaning Products That Are Safe For Animals

Posted on on April 18th, 2018

This blog goes out to the animal lovers. We hope this guide will be able to assist with picking cleaning supplies that are not harmful towards your furry family member. Even if they are the reasons why we need to buy cleaning supplies in the first place. These pet safe non-toxic products will clean messes […]

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Common Spring Plumbing Issues

Posted on on April 17th, 2018

The change in weather from winter to spring is welcome, but it can also bring plumbing issues that may have started during the colder months yet have suddenly become apparent. As you emerge from hibernation and start looking around your home, you may find these common issues. Cracked Pipes When water freezes, it expands. Water […]

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What is a Fatberg?

Posted on on April 13th, 2018

Although the name may sound like a cross between a fast food treat and a hazard to ocean liners, fatbergs are serious business. These hardened masses of congealed grease are wreaking havoc in sewer systems across the world. If you’re in the habit of letting cooking fat go down the drain, then a smaller version […]

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Top Cleaning Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

Posted on on April 12th, 2018

Hydrogen peroxide is a safe household chemical that naturally breaks down to pure oxygen and water. While most people are familiar with its first aid uses such as disinfecting small cuts, it is a great choice for anyone who wants to avoid using harsh chemicals when cleaning their home. For house cleaning applications, hydrogen peroxide […]

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What is that Energy Guide Label On Your Appliance?

Posted on on April 9th, 2018

Today, more than ever, consumers are just as concerned about being ecologically responsible as they are in being economically smart. When it comes to appliances in your home, the Department of Energy has given you a heads start in your search for the most eco-friendly appliance. “EnergyGuide” labels. You’ve probably seen them affixed to new […]

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