Blogs in August 2019

Our tips for how to increase the value of your home after a disaster will get your house back in shape and increase its value at the same time.

If you’ve experienced a natural disaster, you know what a nightmare it can be. Not only is it terrifying, but also it can leave you without electricity, water and basic services. And it can damage your home in unimaginable ways. Can you recover and get your home back to living condition? Can you...Read more

So, you've been told your deck stairs have succumbed to dry rot, but what is dry rot? Learn what causes dry rot and how to identify dry rot vs. wet rot.

Does your home have dry rot? Would you know if it did?

Dry rot can happen in any climate to any type of wood, and it can ruin the structure, whether it occurs inside or outside. Some of the most common places to find dry rot are attics, windowsills, steps, decks, eaves, fencing, under...Read more

Need to know how to get rid of mold in your attic? Attic mold removal is not a DIY project. Learn why mold should always be professionally removed.

Could you have mold in your attic? If you haven’t been up there to look, you might suspect an issue because of physical symptoms that can feel like annoying allergies such as itchy eyes, runny nose, coughing, wheezing, sore throat and even nosebleeds, headaches and fatigue. If you’ve had any of...Read more

Do you know what to do if you have bed bugs? Rainbow International will show you how to check for bed bugs in your home and how to get rid of them.

Do you think you have bed bugs? Instead of running from your home screaming, follow these steps to confirm an infestation, get rid of the insects and prevent future problems. 

How Do You Check for Bed Bugs?

First, make sure that the signs you’re seeing really indicate a bed bug...Read more

Wondering how to clean a microfiber couch at your home or office? Read on to learn the best way to clean a microfiber couch or other microfiber furniture.

Developed in the 1950s and refined until its widespread adoption in the 1990s, microfiber fabric is soft and durable and has a wide array of uses. Because microfiber is densely packed, it’s more resistant to soiling and staining than other fabrics – but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t require care...Read more