Why A Relocation Service Might Be The Way To Go When Switching Jobs

Did you recently get a new job but it's located on the other side of the country? Even if it's just on the other side of the state, you'll have to weigh the pros and cons of uprooting yourself and your family for the new gig. Having to relocate to a new city in a short time frame can be stressful, even if your new company is helping to foot the bill. Read More 

Cigarette Smoke And Carpets: 3 Methods To Keep Your Floor From Smelling Like An Ashtray

Stale cigarette smoke can linger in the home, especially if a heavy smoker lives there. Scientists are concerned about that stale cigarette residue that clings to walls, carpets and the dust in your home. They call it 3rd hand smoking exposure. Not only is the cigarette smell annoying, experts say, it can also pose a health risk to young children and other vulnerable people. So how do you keep carpets from reeking of stogies when you live with a heavy smoker? Read More 

Making Moving Easier

If you have hired a moving truck to come and take your items to your new home, you will want to make the process as easy as possible for the moving company. Having your items prepared and packaged in a way that makes them easy to whisk into a truck would be ideal. Here are some ways that you can help prepare your items to make the entire process easier. Read More 

Top 5 Tips For Selling Your Home

Are you tired of your current house? Are you thinking of moving to a new place? Before you sell your home, there are some things you should consider in order to get the best price: Clean up your yard: If your lawn is looking a bit ragged or you have let your hedges and flowerbeds go, now is the time to remedy that. Although you may think this to be a waste of time if you are going to sell your home and move somewhere else, having a tidy yard will make your home more attractive to prospective buyers. Read More 

3 Ways To Avoid Picking Up Bed Bugs When Travelling

Do you travel a lot? If so, you could be exposing yourself to bed bugs. The tiny bugs love to nest in areas where people sleep. They're also common in areas where there is a high turnover of occupants, such as dorm rooms and hotels. Even if you look over the bed and sheets when you check in to a hotel, you still may not see them. Bed bugs are often difficult to see and may not even be visible when it's light out. Read More