As the dog days of August come to a sulfurous, steamy close, you may be too burnt out (literally) to contemplate fixing your roof or cleaning up your yard. But if you fail to maintain your property during the summer, you set yourself up for decidedly unpleasant financial consequences come autumn or winter.
As summer approaches, the weather gets warmer, and we start up the air conditioning. But after months of sitting mostly unused, it’s a good idea to have some basic maintenance done on your a/c unit.
The air we breathe plays a vital a role in shaping our health, well-being, attitude and capacity to function effectively. When air quality in a home degrades, enormous health problems can arise, including emphysema, asthma, bronchial conditions, etc.
Whether your kitchen sink has been clogged for weeks, and every time you run the garbage disposal, gunk backs up and gross slimy yucky stuff coats your sink; or your guest bathroom shower won’t drain,ever since your hairy uncle Harold visited a few months ago, you need creative approaches.
Homeowners and property owners often only pay attention to the structural components of a building if and when they fail. Unfortunately, many — if not most — problems with structural components like doors, windows, and walls can be fixed at a fraction of the cost of replacement, if you notice them early enough. This essay will briefly explore the science of “wall maintenance” and help you nip potential structural damage in the bud.