Do you feel like you don't have enough termites in your life? Does your home just feel empty without these wood-munching insects? You can increase your termite count by giving them things they like. Follow these 3 tips to encourage termites to invade your home. Feed Them! Termites never turn down a meal. Especially when you make it easy for them to get it. If you leave certain items near your home, it will serve as an invitation to all of the termites in your area. [Read More]
How Should You Pay Your Property Manager?
If you've recently acquired one or more rental properties -- or are moving and plan to rent your house out rather than sell it -- you may be considering hiring a property manager to attend to your rental property. Property managers not only help collect rents and arrange for repair and maintenance of the property, but can solicit and screen tenants, prepare lease agreements, and even help you through the eviction process. [Read More]
How To Get The Glue Out Of Carpeting After Arts And Crafts Time Gets Out Of Control
Arts and crafts time with the kids can be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, sometimes the fun can quickly become a disastrous situation. When working with glitter, glue and paint, the fun can rapidly spread from the table you are working on to the floor below and tracked throughout your house. If you have a situation in which glue has made its way into your carpet, do not fret – you can get the glue out. [Read More]
Don't Ruin The Vinyl: How To Properly Store Your Record Collection
Vinyl is definitely outdated, but that doesn't mean that there aren't still people out there that collect vinyl records. Unfortunately, in order to keep your record collection in good shape, it is important that you take extra precautions when storing them. Vinyl records are very different than cassettes and CDs and are much more vulnerable to damage. Here are three tips that you need to make sure to follow when you decide to store your vinyl record collection to ensure that your records are safe. [Read More]