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    5/8/17 2:21 pm CDT

    Tornado season is upon us and many parts of the nation have already experienced the devastation these unpredictable and disastrous storms can bring. partnered with Pete Duncanson, ServiceMaster Restore expert, to discuss preparing for, surviving and cleaning up after a tornado. 

    Make sure to check out this article for all the tips you must know to prepare.

  • 24 Savvy

    Spring is a great time to start cleaning out and updating the old for a fresh new look, but before you take on a new DIY project, check out this article from 24 Savvy.

    Julia Roberts shares recent findings from American Home Shield’s contract network of almost 13,000 experts and some smart spring purchases with those recent tax returns.

    Check it out here.

  • Redbook and PopSugar

    Spring cleaning… a topic many dread but one you can’t ignore with the start of spring just around the corner. Merry Maids was recently featured in Redbook and PopSugar, sharing some helpful tips on cleaning and products that will save you time.

    Redbook shared 26 spring cleaning hacks that will make your house sparkle.

    PopSugar shared 11 time-saving cleaning products you should consider having in your toolkit this year.

    Make sure you check out these articles to help you tackle

  • Smarter Travel

    “No place is a guaranteed bedbug-free zone; any place humans sit, rest or sleep gives bedbugs the opportunity to feed and multiply," says Paul Curtis, a board-certified entomologist at Terminix. Read more of his interview with Smarter Travel.

  • 3/2/17 8:56 am CST

    The Daily Peak recently wrote an article sharing expert tips to prepare for any type of disaster. The article sites that more than 74 percent of Americans have not prepared for a disaster, even though 63 percent say they think a disaster is capable of harming them and their loved ones.

    ServiceMaster Restore expert Pete Duncanson, along with others, is included in this article sharing expert fire safety tips.

    If you haven’t prepared your home for disasters, make sure you check out this