Tips For Buying Office Furniture


When preparing to purchase furniture for your office, there are certain things that you are going to want to consider in order to get furniture that works out well for your office. Here are some examples of the types of things you are going to want to think about and look for:  Know the whole budget you have to work with Before you begin shopping for your office furniture, you will want to know what your total budget is going to be for all of the furniture you need.

19 October 2020

2 Strange Occurrences That Could Signal Air Conditioner Trouble


As a homeowner, it isn't always easy to pinpoint air conditioner problems, especially if you work during the day. Instead of being able to quickly identify issues and address them right away, you might have to deal with months of weird quirks before discovering a broken system component. To make your next fact-finding mission a little easier, here are two strange occurrences that could signal air conditioner trouble. 1: Weird Smells

30 October 2014

Going Beyond A Furnace Filter To Clean Your Air


If you have asthma or indoor allergies, then the air quality in your home is extremely concerning. Basic furnace filters are only designed to get out particulate that is big enough to harm the furnace, and they do not help much with allergies. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to reduce the amount of allergens that are clogging your air. Invest in a Better Vacuum Cleaner (and Use It) Most dirt and allergens settle to the floor before ever making it to the furnace intake.

21 October 2014

Tips For Cleaning Spills And Stains Off Upholstered Furniture


Children and pets can be hard on furniture, so learning how to effectively remove spots and stains from upholstery is usually your best defense. A few common household products and some elbow grease are all you need to safely clean up spills that landed on a couch, chair or ottoman. The following tips will help you bring back the beauty of any upholstered piece in your home. What You Need

16 October 2014

5 Summertime Tips For Protecting Your Hardwood Floors


The summer months bring longer days and warmer weather, but they also present unique dangers for your hardwood floors. To protect your investment in those shiny planks, follow these 5 helpful tips. 1. Create a Foot-Washing Station If your kids (or your spouse) love to play outside without any shoes, ask them to wipe their feet before they return to the house. Dirt, dust, and other contaminants are easily tracked inside on the soles of feet, and they can damage your floors.

15 October 2014

How To Keep The Cork Floors In Your Office In Great Condition


If you own a green business that utilizes environmentally friendly electrical systems and office equipment, then you should consider a green option when you seek out a floor replacement. A commercial flooring business can install floors for you, but make sure that this business offers cork as an option. Cork is one of the most environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing flooring materials you can choose. The material is renewable and chemicals are not needed to produce the floors.

14 October 2014

Four-Legged Pests: Dealing With Armadillos Digging Up Your Garden


For any flower-lover, digging burrowing animals are a nightmare. While you can teach Fido not to uproot your petunias, wild animals can still wreak havoc on a garden in search of bugs to eat - and none is better at this than the armadillo. If you want to keep armadillos from turning your flowerbeds into their personal buffet tables, or if you desperately need to end a serious armadillo infestation, the first step is to figure out what makes the little critters tick.

10 October 2014