Bleach is a very common and powerful household cleaner. Being so powerful you’ll want to know some do’s and don’t of working with it.
An estimated 66% of Americans that rent don’t have renters insurance.
NEVER, and we mean NEVER mix bleach with ammonia or other household cleaners.
Mold grows best in warm and humid conditions. Add on top of this little to no light and you have prime conditions for mold to begin to grow. Here’s a quick list of common areas you may have issues with mold.
If you are in the market to buy any new major appliances like AC units or water heaters it may actually be CHEAPER to buy the higher end models. How does that work you might ask. Well it’s all thanks to the US Government tax credits.
Working with your insurance to file a claim has the potential to be a huge headache, but it doesn’t have to be.
In every disaster, you will need to have supplies ready just in case. Each member of your family should have an “Emergency Kit”. These are essential, and easy to store.
Once temperatures drop and the snow starts falling you will either be glad you followed these tips or regret procrastinating.
Mold is extremely hazardous to your health. It spreads through tiny spores that can be breathed in and cause serious illnesses. All mold needs moisture to grow so if you can control the moisture in your home you can control the mold.
Natural disasters affect thousands of people every year. You should know the risks and prepare to protect yourself. Recognize hazards and know what to do to protect yourself, your family and your community.