Monthly Archives: June 2016

Being good contractor

how one get the contract with Eastate Agent and maintain good relationship that will last years with good outcome for both? It’s not an easy topic as there are many variables to consider under those arrangements. There are few things to consider when working with almost any organization.
Be on time – I don’t have to elaborate much under this one, just be responsible human being that is on time and do the job that needs to be done.
Understand and be understood- I find this to be crucial thing in life as whole. Make sure that your customer is aware of potential outcomes of your cleaning job, as some would be expecting miracles from carpets that simply are not deliverable.
Reasonable price – working with agents have to be a bargain for them as well, as they are there to make profit as well. However in most cases your invoice will be forwarded on to landlord, so your price dors not have to be bottom of the market.

In overall just focus on your results and good timely service and you can’t go wrong. I had few situations that I could not do the job because I had simply no tine on the day, there is not much you can do about it though.

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Keeping mould under control or die

I’ve been to many houses and I’ve seen my bit of mould and other, in most cases it is caused by the way household habitants are actually living in them.

Mould is man made

With this in mind one should make himself familiar with few conditions that mould needs to grow and spread it’s toxins( which as a matter of fact can be harmful to humans). For mould to grow in a first place room has to be cold, moistures and without great deal of air flow.
Few ways that people create those conditions in their rooms:
Draying clothing without opening windows
Not having ventilation in the bathroom
Not ventilating the room
Not having heating on often enough

Now if you understand what mould need to grow in your home you can prevent those conditions to be in place, once you achieve dry, and ventilated rooms mould will hate you. Now, if you have some mould you just need to treat it with some good antibacterial chemicals and wash it well. If you’re happy with result and you’ve resolved environmental causes you can paint it off and it should be gone for a long time. I would recommend as a first course of action to asses your home and check if there I’d no outside moisture source.

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