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The Importance Of Construction Site Cleanup

October 21, 2015

Here’s a thought unfortunately all too common among homeowners or business owners who have just completed a new construction or renovation of their property: “The construction is done, the renovation completed, but yikes, the mess this project left is overwhelming! Who would have known that the demolition and construction can create so much dust! Every nook and cranny is hosting piles of dust and some sneaky scary insects who had a chance to come and squat there while the building was opened up. All the surfaces are left with a thick film of dust, and all kinds of debris and leftover construction materials are crowding up the space. There is grit debris and stains on my newly laid floor surface,…

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Fall Clean Up Time

October 7, 2015

With the summer sadly gone now, many of us turn our attention to our homes, preparing them for the winter and the hectic holiday season. While the weather is still temperate, fall is the perfect time to organize, clean, and spruce up our homesteads. Start With your Backyard Clean and store away the patio furniture. (But maybe leave a couple of lounge chairs on the patio – fall is such a nice season to sit and enjoy the changing colours!) Remove all water from garden hoses, and store them away. And if you’re lucky enough to have a sprinkler system, have it blown free of water. Inspect your gutters and downspouts. They need to be cleared of leaves and any…

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How to Turn Green While Cleaning

September 25, 2015

Cleaning products are something we use all the time, and are always surrounded by. Unfortunately, many commercial cleaning products have disastrous consequences, both for our health and for the environment. Exposing ourselves, our families, and the environment to all these toxic chemicals is something to be avoided. The good news is, many natural, eco-friendly cleaning products work just as well, if not better! Here are some ways you can go green in your cleaning routine: Use Eco-friendly cleaning supplies  It’s easy now to find environmentally friendly and chemical-free cleaning products in stores. Stock up on these, and try to phase out toxic cleaning supplies. Look for words like “non-toxic”, “biodegradable”, and “renewable resources”. You can also make your own cleaners…

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