Termites are a big part of the ecosystem and their job is to turn dead wood into dirt. Unfortunately, they have a tendency to turn the dead wood our homes are built of into dirt. Below are 5 termite indicators that all homeowners should be on the lookout for.
Do you suffer from allergies? Improving your indoor air quality may help reduce your symptoms!
Chlorine has become standard water treatment in the US since the early 1900s. Although it helps purify our water and eliminate bacteria, it also raises concern regarding health risks. Researchers
Spring has nearly sprung and critters are starting to become active. When you box up all of your winter clothes and store them in the attic, it’s important to keep an eye out for wildlife issues, especially birds, bats, and carpenter bees at this time.
Winter is on it's way out and all of your dead grass will soon be thriving again. To ensure crabgrass and other annual grass weeds do not establish themselves in your lawn, preventative care and control programs must be implemented.
March is upon, Folks! That means swarm season is right around the corner and soon-to-be King and Queen termites will be looking to start a new colony. Termite damage is costly, so protect your home from termites before it's too late!
The Killingsworth Test Team is at it again and this time, they tested a DIY grout cleaner. Did it pass or fail? Find out here!
According to our groundhog friend, Punxsutawney Phil, we should be expecting an early spring in 2016. Out with cold and in with the new, fresh air. And once that fresh air hits, it's time to jump into spring cleaning mode!
The Zika virus has made its way to the East Coast with 2 confirmed cases in Florida. Research efforts have been accelerated to learn more about the virus declared to be a global health emergency. This mosquito-borne virus has taken the world by storm and we can't to keep Charlotte residents safe. Here's what you need to know about the Zika virus and how to avoid it.
With winter storm Jonas behind us, some Charlotte residents are now facing furnace issues or completely broken furnaces. A furnace nearing the end of it’s life span is most likely to break down on the coldest day of the year. Purchasing and installing a new one can prove to be quite difficult. To help simplify this process, we’ve compiled a list of things to consider when purchasing and installing a new furnace.