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Catch Rats In Your Garage Before Cleaning The Structure And Taking Measures To Deter Additional Rodents

If rats have been making themselves at home in your garage and you have noticed rat droppings, bite marks, and pieces of fur in the structure, you may feel violated and be worried about your possessions becoming damaged due to the presence of the rodents. Use the information below to catch the rats, clean the garage, and prevent rats from infesting your property again.  Materials You'll Need humane traps dry nuts cheese bread crumbs plates tarps disinfectant sponges cotton cloths broom vacuum cleaner mop animal repellent herbal oil Catch Rats And Dispose Of Them

Decorate An Enclosed Patio With A Botanical Theme

Did you recently enclose your patio or are you planning to do that in the near future? Either way, if you have planned to decorate your enclosed patio with a botanical theme, that probably means that you love everything that is natural and outdoorsy. With that in mind, from selecting the furniture to selecting wooden blinds, here are some ideas that might help you to decorate your enclosed patio with a botanical theme.

Going Green In Your Bathroom: 3 Eco-Friendly Tips For Your New Bathroom

Home ownership can be challenging due to the various tasks that are necessary to keep your house appealing and functional. From cleaning the exterior siding and maintaining your roofing system to replacing broken plumbing fixtures, it is easy to see the overwhelming nature of home maintenance. Certain updates not only improve your home's function and appeal, but also increase your home's value by going green to conserve energy, water, and materials.

4 Causes Of A Leaky Air Conditioner You Can Fix Yourself

When your air conditioner is running all day and night because the summer temperatures are unbearable without it, it pays to head outside and check the condenser unit at least once a week for signs of trouble. If you discover a giant puddle of water surrounding your outdoor unit, don't panic and call for immediate repairs. You may be able to fix the problem with one of these four techniques without having to pay for a service visit from a repair technician.

Moving Antique Furniture - Securing Wood Joints Before The Move

A move from one residence to another can be stressful to merely think about, and your stress may be elevated if you have antique furniture items that need to be moved. While professional movers can help you to move even your most expensive and fragile heirlooms, there are some things you should do to prepare your furniture before the movers arrive. Making sure the joints are secure is one of these things, so keep reading to learn how to inspect, re-glue, and reinforce them.