Tips & DIY

Month: February 2014


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Cold-Blooded Crawl Space Invaders: How To Keep Out Snakes

By Chuck Henrichsen on February 23, 2014

Most people have a very healthy fear of snakes that unfortunately sometimes borders on phobia. The strange rasp of a snake hiss, the eerie creep of their legless bodies, and the nagging fear of poisonous fangs all contribute to the pervading hatred of snakes. With this in mind, imagine with me that you’ve realized you

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Clean Air: The Danger of Radon in Your Crawl Space

By Chuck Henrichsen on February 22, 2014

Radon test kit — Image courtesy of GrrlScientist Radon is a naturally occurring colorless, odorless gas that is emitted from natural deposits of uranium in the soil, rocks and water. Radon is result of the decay of uranium and is a naturally radioactive element. Approximately two radon atoms are released from every square centimeter of

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Pure Air: What’s Creeping In Your Carpets?

By Chuck Henrichsen on February 18, 2014

Keeping your house clean and fresh is no easy task. Parents often feel like all they do is wash dishes, pick up messes, do laundry, and make food. In some homes, however, keeping your house allergen free is of the highest priority. Families, and especially small children, with environmental allergies need to be sure certain

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Finding The Source of a Bad Odor in Your House

By Clean Crawls on August 29, 2017

Every parent aims to create a healthy living environment for their family. This includes making sure that the home is clean, the air is filtered and the surfaces are dusted. But what do you do when a foul odor suddenly invades your home? You’ve wiped, mopped, bleached and scrubbed every possible inch of your home.

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Healthy Home 101: Understanding Different Types of Dangerous Mold

By Clean Crawls on August 1, 2017

If you’re concerned about musty smells or experiencing discomfort from allergies, it may be due to mold in your home. With all the rain we experience in Seattle, mold in your crawl space or attic is a common occurrence. The first thing you should do is to contact someone to conduct a thorough inspection. Mold

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Perks and Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation

By Chuck Henrichsen on April 27, 2017

If you need new or replacement insulation, consider spray foam insulation for your attic and crawl space. Spray foam insulation is highly durable and energy efficient, both attributes that define the best attic and crawl space insulation. It is an excellent alternative to rock wool, fiberglass, and cellulose insulation products. Having spray foam insulation in

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