How To Remove Sludge From Your Home's Water-Fed, Wall-Mounted Radiator
If your home’s wall-mounted radiator doesn’t seem to be putting out an adequate amount of heat, it is possible that sludge buildup is causing the problem. Fortunately, flushing sludge from a radiator is a simple task that can be performed by homeowners. Below is more information on sludge buildup as well as how to flush a radiator containing sludge: Tools and materials needed Adjustable pipe wrench Adjustable pliers Screwdriver Heavy towel Garden hose and spigot Step-by-step procedure
Treating Your Home For Fleas Without Toxic Chemicals
If you have pets, you might have the experience of having a flea infestation in your home. Even if your pets stay in your home and yard, you can carry flea eggs in on your clothing or shoes, or the fleas can be brought to your doorstep by stray cats, raccoons and other animals that live outdoors. If you want to avoid using potentially toxic chemicals on your pets and in your house, here are some ways you can treat your home for fleas using natural or less-toxic products.
3 Reasons Your House Is Infested With Mice
Mice are incredibly destructive pests. They eat your food, gnaw into your home, and spread diseases with their urine and feces. Every year, rodents such as mice cause about $900 million worth of damage in the United States, and Americans spend about $100 million every year controlling them. When mice move into your house, you may wonder why they chose to destroy your house, and not someone else’s. Here are three possible reasons.
5 Contaminants That Might Be In Your Drinking Water!
If you get your tap water from a community water supply, you have the security of knowing that this water is tested on a regular basis to ensure that it means minimum safety standards. However, that doesn’t mean that using unfiltered tap water can’t pose health hazards. Following are five contaminants that are frequently found in city water supplies that have the potential to negatively affect the health of you and your family.
2 Ways To Avoid Trouble With Tenants
When you originally envisioned owning an income property, you probably imagined a steady infusion of rent checks, nice tenants, and respectful visitors. Unfortunately, the dream of property ownership can become a nightmare if you rent to the wrong people, or if they don’t understand what you expect. Here are two ways to avoid trouble with tenants: 1: Go Over the Contract In Great Detail Have you ever mentioned an ongoing policy to a new tenant only to be confronted with a blank stare?