What To Know About Asbestos In An Older Home You Plan To Renovate

If you've bought an old house to renovate, one of the most important things you need to consider is if it has asbestos. It was a common building material at one time, so many older homes have it. You must be careful when working with asbestos-containing material, especially if you plan to demolish it. Here are a few things to know about asbestos in older homes. Where Asbestos May Be Located [Read More]

Is Your Elderly Parent Hoarding? Get The House Clean And Safe

If you have an elderly parent with a hoarding problem and you think their hoarding problem is making you sick, there are a few things you want to do. If you fear there are pests, bacteria and other problems on the property, it may not be safe to live in. Your parent may not want to get rid of stuff, but their health is your first concern and you may have to take action even if they want to fight you about it and if they don't want to toss anything away. [Read More]

Protecting Your Children From Asbestos

Anyone who is exposed to asbestos is placed at risk. However, asbestos can especially be a problem for children who are exposed to asbestos at an early age and will have more time to experience the more serious side effects of the condition. There are many other reasons that children can be especially vulnerable to asbestos and why you should do what you can to protect your children. Where Asbestos Is Found [Read More]

Clear The Way For Solar Panels

Solar panels have become common sights in cities across the nation, not only on homes, but on businesses too. There are some issues that you have to address before getting the panels installed, but once you've taken care of those, you should have a clear path. Adding solar power to your property is a positive development, but these issues can result in unpleasant surprises if you don't take care of them ahead of time. [Read More]