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Tile and grout cleaning is an important cleaning process to restore and clean natural stone, tile, grout, or other hard surfaces in your home or business. There is an 8-step cleaning process involved to ensure that your tile and flooring will be safely cleaned and look as good as new:
1. Flooring is inspected and surfaces are pre-cleaned to remove any debris.
2. The tile and grout is pre-treated with a non-toxic cleaning solution. This helps soften the soils embedded in the grout on the surface of the tile. This heated solution is applied and then sets for 10-15 minutes.
3. The solution is agitated into the grout lines and on the surface of the tile. Read the rest of this entry »
When temperatures drop, remember these tips to stay safe while you stay warm:
If you use portable heaters, be sure they have an automatic safety shut-off switch.Supervise children and pets at all times when a portable space heater is in use.Never use space heaters to dry flammable items such as clothing or blankets.Keep all flammable objects at least three feet from space heaters.Install smoke detectors on every level, test them monthly and replace batteries at least yearly.If any appliances or heating devices in your home produce carbon monoxide (CO), be sure to install CO detectors, then test and properly maintain them..Have a qualified service technician check and clean your heating system every year. Read the rest of this entry »
The job of a home inspector is to find the problems with a home. It is that simple. The inspector does not pass or fail a home. He looks for problems, potential problems, health hazards, safety hazards and monotonous used annoyances. Most of the time problems are found before they become major problems.
Would you, as a buyer of a home, want to fetch problems before you occupy the home and disappear in? If you wait, then it is too unimaginative. If you go into a home without getting a home inspection done then you do not have the opportunity to negotiate with the seller over any major issues. It will be your responsibility to pay for any repairs or replacement that is required. Read the rest of this entry »