Generally, pests have always been bad news for commercial property owners. They are an unwelcome distraction and also pose a health hazard to visitors and staff. This is the main reason it is imperative to work with a professional in pest control to inspect your property and take the right precautions to prevent pest infestations.
Some of the common pests that might invade your commercial property include rodents, flies, birds, spiders, and more. Here are tips to ensure none of these pests make their way into your commercial property. Read More
Scorpions are commonplace in Arizona. But surprisingly, when they invade a home, they can go undetected for a long time. Scorpions remain hidden in the burrows or crevices to avoid exposure to sunlight and heat, but they come out at night, in search for food, including insects.
Scorpions love staying in undisturbed areas. When you suspect invasion, the best place to start looking include you unused bedroom, basement, antic and so on. Just keep in mind that scorpions can squeeze into small areas, and like hiding in dark and quiet places. Read More
Your next home could be an energy-efficient micro-apartment. With the desirability of mobile tiny homes and the fact that the UK already has some of the smallest homes in Europe, this new trend could go some way to solving the housing crisis with smaller, more affordable homes.
One thing seems certain – smaller properties and property inventory software will make landlords’ jobs easier in the future. The micro-housing trend has already taken off in San Francisco, which suffers a similar affordable housing problem to London. Read More