Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Natural Carpet Cleaning Tips

Think you need to use chemical laden cleaners to get your carpets cleaned? You’ll be glad to know that you don’t. There are plenty of carpet cleaning methods that are all natural and you’ll find them here. You can also use professional carpet steam cleaning services to get your carpets clean. Just ask them if they use steam cleaning services. If they do, in most cases they are just using water to clean your carpets.

How to Naturally Clean Your Carpets
There are many advantages to going the natural route to clean your carpets. Here a few reasons why:
  • Your carpets will be safe for your kids - If your kids play a lot on the inside of your home or still crawl around the floor, you don’t want chemical cleaners on your carpet. That’s because those cleaners will end up on their hands and will still be there when they eat. You don’t want that.
  • Your carpets will be safe for your pets - Your dogs and cats walk around your home all day. If you use chemical cleaners on your carpets, it will get on their paws, and then in their mouths when they clean themselves. That’s why natural cleaners are best. Your pets will be much safer.
  • You’ll save money - Homemade carpet cleaning solutions are much more affordable than what can be bought at the store. In fact, you may have exactly what you need at home already.

DIY Carpet Cleaning Solutions
You can easily clean your carpets naturally. Just give this a try:
  1. Mix a cup of baking soda and half a cup of white vinegar together in a bowl. This solution can be used to clean most carpet stain.
  2. Apply this solution to the carpet stain.
  3. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes.
  4. Blot it up with a clean cloth.
Want more carpet cleaning tips and tricks? Visit:

Honor Plus Carpet Cleaning
5264 SE Horseshoe Point Rd
Stuart, FL 34997
(561) 350-8200



How to Unclog Your Plumbing Naturally

If you’re a homeowner you need to learn how to unclog your plumbing or have the number of your local plumbing repair service on hand. Believe it or not, you can handle small clogs on your own. Just use the tips in the blog post to handle them. If your plumbing is still clogged after using these tips you may have a major clog on your hand. In that case, give your plumber a call.


Natural Way to Unclog Your Plumbing
  • Prevention is key - You’ll be glad to know you can prevent a lot of plumbing clogs if you just spend time maintaining your plumbing. One of the easiest ways to accomplish that is to pour boiling water down your drains once a week. Simply put on a tea kettle of water, bring it to a boil, and pour it down your kitchen sink. Repeat the same actions for all of your sinks and shower drains.
  • Don’t do this to your toilet - You can prevent most toilet clogs by putting a small garbage can in your bathroom. This will make it a lot easier to stop putting garbage in your toilet. Putting garbage in your toilet will clog your toilet, so do yourself a favor and start putting it in your garbage can.
  • Baking soda and vinegar - If one of your drains are already clogged, go to your kitchen and grab baking soda and vinegar. It’ll work wonders to relieve the clog. Start off by pouring a cup of baking soda down your drain. Wait a minute and then pour a cup of vinegar down your drain. Allow, a few minutes to pass and pout a tea kettle of water down your drain. Repeat this 2 to 3 times or until the clog passes. If your sink or drain is still clogged, use your plunger and see if that helps. If nothing changes and your drain is clogged, call your plumber.
Want more plumbing information? Then visit:

Premier Plumbing and Air
108 NE Dixie Hwy Stuart, FL 34994
772-692-2500


How to Use Artificial Grass to Beautify Your Home


Wouldn’t it be nice to a have a front lawn and back yard that looks good whether or not you do yard work? The great news is this can be a reality if you opt for professional artificial grass installation. Use the ideas in this blog post to make sure you use it in the best ways possible.

Perfectly Poolside
Artificial grass is a real plus for your poolside area. That’s because your pool water won’t ruin it, nor will any mud be created. After all, the area around your pool is a high traffic area. You need grass that can take a beating and artificial grass fits the bill. Once you have it installed your pool area will be beautiful and you won’t track in mud when you for inside.

Puppy Paradise
Synthetic grass is a real lifesaver if you have a dog. Artificial grass is used on football fields around the country and stands up to many a football game. You can rest assured that your dogs can have plenty of fun and your grass will stay intact. Another great thing is that it’s impervious to dog urine. That means you’ll never wake up to urine burns in your yard.


Terrific Under Trees
Everyone wants their garden to look good. This is especially true with trees. Unless you weed on a regular basis, the area under your trees will look unkempt. The easiest solution is to have artificial grass installed under all of your trees. You’ll never have to worry about weeding again.

Playground Perfect
If you have a swing set in your backyard, you need synthetic grass installed. Artificial grass is an ideal play surface. In fact, it’s often installed at daycares and parks for that very reason. You’ll also get more play time out of your yard, because artificial grass drains well and doesn’t create mud. For more great tips go to:
Synthetic Lawns of Florida
571 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
(561) 870-5130
https://www.durafield.com/

How to Tell If Your Garage Door Opener Is Broken

Is your garage door not opening or closing? Hopefully your garage door opener needs attention and your garage door isn’t broken. After all, it’s often more affordable and easier to repair a garage door opener. Use this post to help determine if your garage door opener is malfunctioning and what to do to fix it. If you're unable to fix it yourself, call a garage door repair service.

Why Your Garage Door Opener Isn’t Opening
  1. The batteries are dead - If you’re lucky the batteries in your garage door opener need to be replaced. Simply replace the batteries in your garage door opener remote and see if that does the trick.
  2. Hard reset - Sometimes all you need to do to fix your garage door opener is to unplug it and plug it back in. This will reset the unit and may be all you need to do to get it working again.
  3. Check the circuit breaker - It’s entirely possible that something tripped your circuit breaker and that’s why your garage door opener isn’t working. Check your circuit breaker and see if your garage door opener is on or off.
  4. Dirty eye - If the eye sensor on your garage door opener is dirty it will cause your garage door to open part of the way or not at all. Clean the eye sensor and see if that solves the problem.
  5. Crossed codes - If your garage door opens at will, your house isn’t haunted. It’s more likely that your neighbor’s garage door opener is set to the same frequency as yours. Simply adjust it as suggested in your garage door opener manual. If you don’t have it anymore, call your garage door repair company. They’ll be more than glad to help you.

If you try all of the above suggestions and still can’t get your garage door to open you need:
For more tips:
Customer's Choice Garage Doors and Openers, Inc.
2807 Okeechobee Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34947
(772) 242-5464
https://garagedoorsales.net/

Signs of a Water Damaged Roof

No one wants to deal with a water damaged roof, but if you’re reading this article you may already have your suspicions. If you believe your roof is in poor condition after reading this post, call a professional roof repair company. You’ll find that either your roof is water damaged or another part of your home is. Don’t delay on the repair, because the longer you wait, the worse it’ll get. A water damaged roof simply is not safe.


  1. Your roof is discolored: Your roof should be one color. If you notice green patches or black patches, your roof may have suffered water damage. Green spots are usually indicative of moss and black spots are usually a tell tale sign of mold. In most cases, they’re signs of water damage. Get your roof inspected immediately.
  2. Your ceiling are stained: Your ceilings should not be stained in any way shape or form. If you notice this, you should call your local roof repair company to inspect your roof. That’s because once you notice stains on your ceilings, the water damage has already begun.
  3. Missing shingles/tiles - If you notice missing shingles or tile, your roof is susceptible to water damaged and may already be water damaged.  This is because the areas with missing roofing materials no longer protect your home from water or other elements.
  4. Your attic is musky/damp - Your attic can tell you a lot about the condition of your roof. After all, it’s the first room under your roof. If your roof is water damaged you’ll notice the following in your attic: damp spots, mold, puddles, natural light coming through the roof.
  5. Your gutter is continuously clogged - If your gutter is clogged on a regular basis, the culprit may not be leaves or other natural debris. If your roof is breaking down, the roofing material is in your gutter. It has no where else to go. So, if you notice your gutter is clogged, and you have an older roof, you need to call your local roofer. If your roof is deteriorating, it’s prone to water damage.  
Southeast General Contractors Group, Inc.
3121 Skyway Cir F, Melbourne, FL 32934
(877) 407-3535
https://southeastcontracting.com