Archive | September, 2011

AAGIE 2011 Trade Show

AAGIE is an advocate for an ethical and strong rental housing industry and they also provide education and services to their members, enabling them to operate successfully. We think they do a lot of great work, and are happy to work with them as often as we do, helping them provide education and services to […]

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How to Prevent a Fire in Your Kitchen

Kitchen fires rarely stay contained in the kitchen. They can quickly go from a small area to encompassing the entire room, if not spreading to the rest of the house. Fire Prevention Week is coming up (October 9-15), so we would like to pass along some tips for fire safety in the kitchen. The holidays […]

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New, Non-Toxic Product Kills Viruses, Bacteria & Mold

Every day Orange County homeowners use cleaners, disinfectants, and bleaches to clean up spills, kids’ messes, animal hair, tracked dirt…the list goes on. But are they making your home safer, or are they leaving something even more toxic than dirt and grime behind? It turns out that many people in Orange County, both adults and […]

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Hurricane Hilary Will Affect Orange County

That dense fog along the Southern California coast this morning will probably get worse before it gets any better. It appears that some unstable weather is in our near future, weather that could raise the risk of Orange County wildfires. The situation could prove very similar to the one from two weeks ago, when crazy […]

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Incidents of Mold Go Through the Ceiling After Summer Weather

The utterly unbalanced weather over the past summer in the US has created the perfect environment for mold to flourish. With the very warm weather coming soon after flooding last week in Southern California, mold is definitely something to be concerned about here in particular. For reference, this is something that the Midwest has already […]

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What to Do After Your Home’s Been Flooded

Because Orange County has been experiencing thunderstorms and flash floods recently, we decided to write an article about what to do when you’re ready to go back into your home after a flood. You may think your home is safe, but there are some common hidden dangers to rid your Orange County home or business […]

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California Residents Experience Flash Floods and Serious Damage

Southern California is seeing heavy storms currently: storms that can cause a lot of damage, especially when residents and business owners don’t see them coming. Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties are receiving pouring rain, in some areas over 2 inches per hour. The large amount of rain all at one time is what […]

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Floods and Fires in Southern California – Look to the Strange Weather

Areas of Orange County and Southern California saw some very unusual weather on Saturday – while other areas didn’t change a wink other than maybe some clouds. In Corona, for example, emergency dispatchers stated that the lightning caused numerous fires. Firefighters were called upon to respond to the situation, helping people at home and at […]

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Southern California Wildfires: Stay on Alert!

Wildfires are appearing in large numbers all over Southern California right now, from relatively small, 55-acre fires out in Riverside to over 14,000 acre fires in Kern County. It is important for residents all over Orange County and the Inland Empire to be particularly careful during the wildfire season. Large expanses of land, homes, and […]

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