How To Remove Dust Mites, Mold, And Soil From Your Mattress

Posted on: 8 September 2016

Dust mites, mold, and dirt build up in a mattress over time. This means that although your mattress may still be functionally sound, you may have some issues with allergies or irritation from the dust and mites. Fortunately, you can restore the mattress by cleaning it thoroughly. If you want to try to do it yourself, the following tips can help. Tip #1: Vacuum regularly The upholstery attachment on your vacuum is for more than just the curtains and the couch, it also works amazing well on your mattress.
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Using A Carpet Stretcher: 3 Frequent Questions Answered

Posted on: 7 September 2016

Installing wall to wall carpeting doesn't take a rocket scientist, yet it's also not quite as simple as many people assume. Unless you're armed with the right tools--and the right knowledge--you may find yourself dealing with a giant headache. If you are considering installing new carpet in your home, read on. This article will help to prepare you by answering three questions about one of the most important tools you'll need--a carpet stretcher.
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3 Tips To Minimize Water Damage From A Plumbing Leak

Posted on: 1 September 2016

If you find yourself dealing with a plumbing leak, there's a lot more to worry about than the cost and aggravation of fixing the leak itself. Even minor plumbing leaks can cause serious water damage in the home, and more serious leaks can be catastrophic. Luckily, there are steps that you can take to minimize water damage when dealing with this type of problem. 1. Turn Off the Water Supply
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How to Train to Be a Structural Engineer

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Structural engineers are the people who make sure that the structures, systems, and products we use are designed safely so that they will hold up against even the most rigorous use or severe weather. Structural engineers might work on designing a building, a bridge, or even a medical device or system.  Beginning structural engineers will generally work on a single component of a system or building, like the beams or the flooring, and then move up the career ladder to be the person in charge of the entire system's integrity.
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