We’ve obviously all seen those old metal bars covering windows, giving off a prison like feeling. What was once used as a safety precaution to keep buglers out, is now responsible for trapping people inside. Today’s blog will quickly discuss why these bars should be removed and will also offer a few alternatives to replace them.
Since day one, we’ve taken pride in the fact that we’re a 100% paperless company. An entire eLearning platform, developed for folks wanting to become certified home inspectors. Impressive enough as it is, Urban Studies is now adding on to the paperless experience with our IPad Promo!
With all the new trends and changes in the Real Estate Market, there has never been a better time to get your home inspection certification. Consumers are once again buying and selling more frequently creating a never before seen “traffic” for home inspectors. Home Inspectors are the key to ensuring customers are satisfied with their purchase decisions which means there is an incredible opportunity to start and run a successful home inspection business.
Given this wonderful weather we’re having, it’s only fair for today’s blog that we discuss winter season topics. On today’s agenda: de-icing your driveway. We’re all familiar with salt products, but are there alternatives? Which should be avoided?
Fall means shorter days and colder temperatures. With winter soon approaching, it’s the perfect time get your outdoor landscaping ready to handle the cold weather. A big part of your outdoor space is your interlocking pavers. Even though they’re made from tough natural stone, they’re still susceptible to staining or discoloration due the snow and ice that will eventually fall. By sealing your interlock driveway, you’ll make certain it keeps its color and looks its best all winter long. And with the right tools and know-how, you’ll be able to seal your interlock driveway or interlocking patio stones like a pro.