8 February 2019
Bleach is a potent chemical when it comes to killing just about anything. It will kill anything it encounters, including mould, ants and termites. However, if you are seeking to kill termites, you should avoid pouring bleach over areas of the soil where you suspect a termite-nesting site to be. While you might kill some termites, you could also inadvertently cause more trouble for yourself and your family. Bleach Kills on Contact
12 July 2017
There are plenty of things that you need to steer clear of during pregnant, so it's easy to start feeling suspicious about the health risks of all regular chemicals used around the home. If you're pregnant and have a termite problem that needs management, check out this quick guide to keeping yourself and your baby safe. Steer clear of over-the-counter pesticides While the risk to pregnant women and unborn babies during the pest control process can be minimal, the best way to ensure safety is to employ a experienced professional for termite treatment.
18 May 2017
If you have a rental property, you know that it's about more than just having 100 percent occupation. There are many different kinds of tenants, and some may end up costing you more than they actually bring in rental income. In order to ensure that you have the best tenants for your property, you must act very deliberately throughout the process, from listing to screening to accepting potential tenants. Read on for more details.
28 April 2017
Australians are retiring later and later, with more Australians than ever planning to retire past the age of 70. Regardless of when you plan on retiring, it's a good idea to start planning your living arrangements as soon as possible. Most Australians will choose to purchase a retirement home to live out the rest of their days. Finding the right home plays a huge part to your quality of living. In particular, you want to look for a retirement home that has features that will prevent slip and fall accidents from happening.
24 April 2017
Even if you are the world's strongest person, you could always use some help in moving furniture when relocating to a new house. A furniture removalist can save your day by taking care of the heavy and bulky furniture down five flights of stairs. Also, a removalist can just save you the cost of checking in a physician's office for back problems or major injuries experienced when hauling heavy stuff. Moving your sofas and dressers will require you to hire a professional with years of experience in handling heavy or fragile items.
4 April 2017
If your business has a waiting room or lobby, it is the first thing that people see as they enter the premises. A clean, organized, and professional lobby can create a positive, lasting impression on your customers and determine whether they will continue to do business with you. Such a workplace can also improve employee productivity, health, and safety. Here you will learn some simple, actionable steps that you can take to impress your clients with a clean and organized lobby.
28 March 2017
With housing prices on the increase, the average national age of Australian homebuyers has shot up to 37.7. There are fewer home buyers nowadays than before, so it's vital that you stage your house properly to attract the most potential buyers possible. You want to help buyers walking in your home visualize building their own family in your abode, which means that you should depersonalize your home as much as possible.
30 March 2016
When you move house, you might consider renting a moving truck or hiring professional movers for the trip. Unfortunately, this can cost quite a bit of money and might go over your moving budget. However, there are some ways to save on these costs. Here are some tips for saving money on removalists and moving trucks. Be Flexible With Your Schedule One great way to save money on your moving costs is by being a little more flexible with when you want to move.