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The Day The Outdoor Mold Moved In: A True Story

There is outdoor mold, and there is indoor mold. At least, that is what most people think. You cannot actually bring garden mold inside and it will continue to grow and reproduce, right? Actually, mold is not as particular as you think. You have to remember one very important fact about mold; it is a fungus. It spreads by spores, and spores can go and grow wherever conditions are favorable.    Read More...

Furnishing Your First Apartment After College? 3 Things To Look For

Moving into your first apartment after living in a shared dorm room can come with some concerns since you will be responsible for packing the space with the furniture and decorations that you want. While this can be exciting experience and allow you to really allow your personality to shine, you may be concerned about what you can do to make the space an inviting as possible. If you're expecting guests frequently and want your apartment to be perfect for your needs, consider the following tips that you can keep in mind when visiting a furniture store.   Read More...

How to Clean Your Glass Shower Doors When You Have Hard Water

Hard water is a common concern in various areas of the country. If city or well water is filtered through lime or chalk in the soil, calcium and magnesium deposits can build up. Over time, the deposits accumulate in the plumbing fixtures and can stain items like your tub, your glass shower doors and even the dishes in the dishwasher. While a water-softening system can go far in reducing the amount of mineral deposits entering your pipes, these systems tend to be expensive and not completely effective.   Read More...

2 Ways You Might Be Unintentionally Inviting Pests Indoors

You clean and vacuum your place, so why are pests infiltrating your home? If you have found yourself with an unexpected pest problem, you might lie awake at night wondering if rodents, spiders, or cockroaches are scurrying through your place. Fortunately, you might be able to regain control of your house (and your sleep) by making a few simple changes. Here are two ways you might be unintentionally inviting pests indoors, and how you can turn things around:   Read More...

Maine Stonewalls Don't Always Serve As Boundary Markers

If you live in Maine, you've probably seen old stone walls meandering their way through the woods. These stonewalls often follow property lines marking the boundaries between two plots of land. If you have recently purchased land that has a stonewall separating your property from your neighbor's property you may assume that the stonewall is the legal boundary line, but this isn't always the case. You may need to hire a land surveyor to find out for sure.   Read More...