Making Room for Baby

Will your family be expanding soon? Consider hiring a contractor to help you make necessary changes to your house.

What To Do If You Find Out Your Manager Has Been Stealing From You

11 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Employee theft is a very serious and surprisingly common thing, but that doesn't make it hurt any less. If you find out that your manager -- who is someone who you trusted to manage your employees and help run your business -- is stealing from you, you could be unsure of how to handle the situation. Luckily, following these tips can help you recover: Contact the Authorities Immediately Although the idea of having your manager arrested can be upsetting, you really can't let him or her get away with stealing from your company. Read More …

How To Remove Ink Stains From Your Carpet

10 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you walk into the living room, the last thing you want to find is a dark blue or black ink stain on your beautiful, stain-free beige carpet. Unfortunately, ink stains are fairly common as pens might leak, or they might accidentally be dropped without the cap on. Fortunately, there are some easy DIY solutions for removing these stains with no or barely any noticeable trace left behind. The method of removing ink depends largely on the type of ink, so here are ways to remove different types of ink stains from your carpet. Read More …

The Emergency Carpet Cleaning Kit For New Moms

10 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Babies and toddlers can spell danger for your carpet. Between spilled formula and flying, ketchup-covered chicken nuggets, stains can arise at any time. Quick action is important for removing stains; the sooner you address them, the better your chances of removing them completely. Keep the following items on hand in a basket or bucket. As your emergency carpet cleaning kit, it will be ready and waiting when you need it. Read More …

4 Helpful Tips For Creating A Family-Friendly Yard

10 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Creating a yard that looks aesthetically pleasing and is suitable for children can be a challenge, but it's not impossible if you invest some time into planning the landscaping. While you may be a fan of tropical plants or spiked fences, they might not be suitable areas for your children. Keeping in mind the need for safe plants, hardscapes, and other elements will all lead to your yard being family friendly. Read More …