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The Tenant’s Guide to Rental Property Improvements

June 20th, 2016

Rental property improvements

We always want our properties to look better, no matter if we own the place or rent it. We wish to live in a cosy and beautiful home and for it to reflect our personality.
Unfortunately, this can be quite difficult for tenants as they face the limitations of a contract. Most of the times, landlords are the ones responsible for house repairs. Improvements, on the other hand, are carried out by renters. Which means you’re probably far away from MTV Cribs. But don’t give up just yet. You can still make your home pretty and inviting. In fact, you can even persuade your landlord to pay for some improvements.
In this article you’ll learn:

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Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products for Your Home

September 28th, 2015

Cleanliness and health. You’d expect the two to go hand in hand but sadly that’s not always the case. A research from as far back as 2004 suggests that the chemicals found in many common commercial household cleaners can be implicated in asthma and other allergic conditions and many of them aren’t very Eco-friendly either.

The good news is that there are alternatives, harmless to both your health and the environment. Better yet, they’re cheaper than commercially produced cleansers. Here’s a round-up of the best three products you can use for your domestic or tenancy cleaning and how to get the best out of them:

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The Ultimate Move Out Cleaning Check-list

May 4th, 2015

Do you plan to move out? No matter the reason for moving to a new place, there’s always one last and really important thing you have to take care of, before you end your tenancy. You need to take care of the move out cleaning. But if you have decided to get your own hands dirty and not hiring professional move out cleaners , you will still need some help. Daunted by many, this enormous cleaning check list includes deep cleaning of pretty much every surface in your home. Do not fool yourself into thinking that this task is the same as the usual cleaning you perform each weekend.

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