The Coronavirus is on everyone’s mind, and impacting the lives of many on a daily basis. As a business owner, it is important to keep your employees, customers and residents safe from the coronavirus, as well as any other disease. With smaller environments, an individual may consider sanitizing and disinfecting their own spaces. However, when it comes to larger businesses, with high volume of traffic, it is best to leave it to the professionals.
A situation that happens all too often. You come home, or wake up in the middle of the night, and you realize you have water in your basement. Panic sets in, frustration takes over, you try to handle the situation yourself, and mistakes happen along the way. Take a step back, and start working out a plan.
Pocket doors were invented in the 1850’s. They were quite popular, yet they faded out due to issues. The rollers were located at the bottom of the door and would eventually became very loud and hard to open. Over 100 years later, and a few modifications, pocket doors successfully made their comeback. When remodeling or building your home, you might be considering installing pocket doors.
Water can damage any type of flooring, which can potentially seep down to the subfloor. When it comes to wood flooring, timing is of the essence. The polyurethane coating on the wood is intended to keep water and dirt from ever touching the wood. However, even the most durable coatings aren't fully water proof.
When it comes to a kitchen remodel, the cabinets are a major focus of the project. You have two options when it comes to your cabinets. You can reface your by simply switching out the doors, handles, refinishing and repainting the existing doors. Otherwise, you can completely replace your existing for new cabinets.
Hoarding is a sensitive subject for those who are victim, yet very frustrating for those who have to deal with it, and often times, the situation is avoided. One out of every 50 individuals are affected by hoarding, and only 15% of individuals recognize their behavior is irrational. Hoarding is a type of OCD (obsessive Compulsive Disorder), where individuals get emotionally attached to items, and constantly acquire more. They fear throwing items away, and eventually, their home becomes stockpiled of items, blocking rooms and entrances, making the home an unsafe environment.
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