This article is a guest post kindly written by Paul Denikin
Staying on top of your to-do list can feel like an endless chore. If you let things go it can lead to lowered energy efficiency and costly repairs. Use these tips to simplify fall home maintenance.
Replace furnace filters. The experts at Dummies explain that furnace air filters trap allergens and dirt. Replacing the filters routinely helps your unit run more efficiently and extends its life. Here is how to perform this easy but important task:
Article by Seth Murphy
Tackling home improvement projects on a house you are about to sell can seem complicated. You have to anticipate what buyers want, make your house seem as universally appealing as possible and may not have the satisfaction of using your redecorated spaces.
Nevertheless, it’s worth it. The average home improvement can increase the value of your home by 9 percent. Depending on what projects you do, you may not have to spend that much money to get your house looking in top shape. Here are the main home improvement projects you need to consider if you want to increase the value of your property...
This article is a guest post by Steve Maxwell, one of Canada's most read home improvement journalists and editor of Pro Painter magazine. Pro Painter has been an excellent source of support to my business over the years with technical tips, business advice and industry trends. Look for a re-vamped Pro Painter debuting in 2017.
Every painter wants a schedule full of great jobs, serving clients who appreciate good work and pay good money. But whether or not you actually get this kind of work depends on more than just your skill with a brush, a roller and your estimating book. All these things are critical, but success in painting, as in life, ultimately depends on deeper qualities like energy, honesty, selflessness and humility. Please forgive me if this sounds like a Sunday school lesson, but reality backs me up. A painter I know named Gary Walchuk reminds me how true it all is...
This is a guest post written by my pal Steve Bullerwell. Steve started working with me about a decade back and made a real impression with his work ethic, desire to learn and positive attitude. We became fast friends. At the outset of the Great Recession, Steve summoned all his resourcefulness and set out to work for himself. He has successfully run his own show since. As tough as things may get sometimes, I admire how Steve uses his agency to leverage time in his life for the pursuit of a passion. A passion that helps him deal with stresses of running a business and refuel his soul. I invited him write an article for MicroContractor Blog.
TO THE WATER
Whether your a Painting contractor, a Landscaping contractor, a self employed Accountant, or you're punching your timecard signalling the beginning of your shift at the local big box superstore; one thing is for certain. The office can be a cruel and unusual place to be at times...