Buying A Home: Knowing When To Test For Mold

When purchasing a home, your mortgage lender will likely require several different types of home inspections before finalizing the purchase. However, most lenders do not specifically require a mold inspection. This does not mean that mold testing isn't a good idea.  Knowing when to get a mold test done can help to ensure you are not purchasing a home that is going to require extensive and often expensive mold removal. The following factors can help you to decide if mold testing services are appropriate for the specific property that you are considering. [Read More]

Need To Repair Your Vacuum? Why You Should Choose Name-Brand Replacement Parts

If you own a vacuum, and it's in need of repairs, you might be thinking of using off-brand replacement parts. Unfortunately, that's the last thing you want to do. Using off-brand parts in your vacuum can lead to some serious problems. You might think you'll save some money if you buy off-brand replacement parts, but that's not the case, especially when you consider the problems you may face from that decision. [Read More]