Dust Free and Sneeze Free

Keeping your home dust-free is an ongoing process. And while it is not a favorite chore of most people, lowering the dust count in your home does have health benefits. Dust can trigger allergies and asthma in humans and pets. Also, dusting just helps your furniture...

Candle Safety 

Every year, thousands of fires are started in homes because of candles. How can you be safe while using candles to create your cozy atmosphere? First of all, it is recommended to trim the wick of your candle to ¼” before lighting it so the flame does not get too big....

Concrete Countertops – Why or Why Not?

Choosing countertops for the kitchen is important. Not only do you want your kitchen to look nice, but you also want it to be functional. Let’s discuss the pros and cons of concrete.  Starting with some cautions, one thing to know is that concrete is a porous...

Using Natural Cleaning Products

Keeping your home clean is important for the health of you and your family. But what we clean with is also important. There are many studies that show how strong cleaning chemicals are toxic and can lead to health issues including respiratory problems, headaches, skin...

Keep Mice Away 

Finding mouse droppings on your countertops in the morning is unsettling. You have a mouse. Where has it been? What has it crawled on, or into? Where is it now? Mice can carry disease, eat your food, and can chew through wires. They are not something you can ignore,...

Keep Your Puppy Safe and Out of Trouble

Puppy-proofing your home is important. It helps keep your puppy safe and out of trouble, and it helps keep you less frustrated.  Puppies are very curious, and they do not know what is harmful or not to them, and what is okay to chew or not. It is your job to make...

Say No to Spiders

No homeowner wants to share their home with insects, especially spiders. Although it is almost impossible to keep a home 100% free of spiders, there are some things that you can do to minimize the number of them. The most important thing is to keep your home clean....

Looking Good: Your Business

For our next blog post in a series about keeping your place looking good, we're talking about the importance of keeping a clean and well-maintained place of business. The principles we'll outline are especially important for retail storefronts, but they also apply to...

Looking Good: Your Home

In a series of two blog posts, we'd like to draw your attention to keeping your property looking good. First, we'll outline some reasons why it's important to keep your home clutter-free when you're putting it on the market, and second, we'll explain some of the...

The GFCIs In Your Home

In 1975, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) became a standard part of the National Electric Code. GFCIs are an important and potentially lifesaving part of your home's electrical system. The way they work is that they constantly monitor the electrical current...

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What Every Homebuyer in Hawaii Should Know

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