Landscape service

When asked about their thoughts on having a yard, 83% of Americans said they consider having a yard to be an important aspect of their lives. A full 90% of Americans who have yards believe its also important that a yard be well-maintained. A

What’s more: 97% of realtors consider landscaping to be among the top five home improvements they recommend. Why? Because they know that 63% of buyers are willing to pay a premium for a house or apartment if its located near green spaces. Having access to greenery is even more important to home buyers than being near good shopping (34% said they’d pay more for this benefit) and having local cultural venues (only 33% will pay more for culture).

Realtors and landscapers alike will tell you, homeowners can expect a 215% return on investment when they landscape th

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Need to rent equipment

Owning a home requires a lot of upkeep and maintenance. If you do not keep up with the proper maintenance, you are often left with bigger repairs that cost more and require more time. This is why it is important for a homeowner to keep up with preventative maintenance tasks. Most home and property owners know that they can reduce the costs of many home repair and preventative maintenance projects by doing it themselves. When you choose to complete a project on your own, you are only responsible for the cost of the supplies. You do not have to pay the labor for a contractor to complete the job. This is ideal for some jobs, while other should be left to the professionals.

A homeowner who chooses to complete a construction job on their own will need to ensure that they know what they are doing, are p

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Radon testing companies

Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that is created from the breakdown and decomposition of organic materials. It can be emitted by soil and rock and can enter buildings through cracks in floors and wall, construction joints, foundation cracks and gaps. Research shows that radon in homes is generally the most concentrated in basements or crawl spaces under the structure.

Radon can also travel through the water system and be released into the air from running water. Water coming from underground wells may be higher in radon. Radon can also be released from natural building materials like concrete, cement, granite, and wallboard.

According to the Surgeon General, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and although many are not aware of the their expo

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