How to Withdraw an Item from the Toilet

Nearly everyone has experienced the fear of dropping a small object into the toilet or drain. Often, it is a piece of jewelry lost to the pipes. Fortunately, you don’t always have to call a plumber to retrieve it. Take these simple steps: Get a wet/dry vacuum Remove the filter from the vacuum Use a…

Home Inspection 101: How to Prepare Your Clients

Whether you are working with the seller or the buyer or both, home inspection day can be a bit stressful. Here are some tips you can pass on to prepare your clients for the process. How Long Will It Take? The duration of a home inspection depends on the size of the home and its…

Save Money by Caring for Your Own Lawn

Looking to save money on lawn care? If your lawn has been well-tended in the past, it doesn’t take much to keep it up. Take a look at your yard to see if it’s mostly grass with only a few weeds. If this is the case, you can take charge of the fertilizing and reseeding…

Make Your Lawn Gear Mobile

If you’ve ever seen old golfing bags at yard sales, you may want to stop and pick one up for a few dollars. Golf bags are great for storage, and most have wheels that allow you to easily roll the bag wherever you need it to go. The next time you need to do some…

Flickering Lights and Loose Connections

Don’t be fooled by flickering lights. Odds are the lights flickering are not a sign of ghostly intruders or but merely a boring, old, loose electrical connection. Pinpoint if it is a problem with a single fixture or multiple lights in multiple rooms. You can determine the issue by identifying how many lights are affected.…

How to Keep Your Home Free of Mold

You’ve invested a lot in your home, don’t forget to take steps to prevent a mold infestation. These three tips are easy to implement and can save you time and hassle in the future. Monitor Humidity According to the EPA, humidity should be between 30 and 60 percent in an indoor environment. You can measure…

How to Spot the Source of a Roof Leak

The source of a leak can be hard to find. However, it’s not impossible. With a little knowledge and a lot of determination, you can get the job done. Here are some of the places you should start your hunt. Trust Gravity When it comes to finding leaks, gravity is your friend. Thanks to gravity,…

Pick The Right Cord For The Job

There’s nothing like decorating your home and yard for the holidays. Plastic snowmen, Rudolph’s flashing red nose and bright white lights crisscrossing your roof. Sounds magical right? Well it can be a recipe for disaster if you don’t use the correct extension cords. Indoor and outdoor extension cords are not created equal. Just pick them…