Autumn Colors

There is a special kind of feel that autumn brings. Feeling the cool breeze brushing against my skin brings comfort and relief to my soul, far better than I could ever imagine. Boughs of scarlet and yellow starts skirting the trees as the cool winds and rain kisses the soft ground. There is a different kind of beauty in autumn’s colors and scents that bring pure bliss, a charming scenery to behold.
As much as I love autumn, its cool wind and rain, there’s also a part of me who wishes that this season would stay dry. The only thing that I hate about autumn is its effects on my house’s exteriors. It’s not that I’m complaining about the cold weather, I just can’t stand the stubborn elements that come with the moist air. And I’m talking about the molds and mildews brought by the thick moist condition. These nasty things paint my house’ façade with green, brown and black layer after they have latched into the crevices on the wall. Oh, I almost forgot to mention the rust and dirt that the fallen leaves that gets stuck up in my gutter, these things make it all worst.
Just recently, I have discovered a clever way to keep the walls of my house clean and beautiful during autumn and even in winter. Good thing, a friend recommended me to a company that specializes in this type of cleaning.  Wall2Wall cleaning service.  I was hesitant at first, but my friend reassured and convinced me to try it. And so the next day, I scheduled an appointment so I could see the results soon enough.
I was impressed by their fast turnaround time. These guys are completely reliable, as shown by their quick response and service. As soon as they arrived in my house, they got right down to business and started blasting off the dirt, mildews, and molds on the crevices with their gentle yet powerful soft washing technique. I thought it was ironic but the gentle pressure of soft washing was more than effective in getting rid of the eyesores. Afterwards, these guys gave me a bonus performance when they cleaned my gutters and got rid of the dead leaves, and bug droppings that littered it. Talk about getting the best value for my money’s worth. I felt that my house’s curb appeal increased after they finished their job.
Now there’s no stopping me in enjoying the beauty of my house’s façade all year round thanks to this awesome company.

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Preparing for Winter

Wouldn’t it be a nice feeling to stay warm, dry and cozy during winter and cool during hot summer days? Taking care of your house’s warming and cooling system does a whole lot more than just offering comfort during the onset of a changing season.During the cold season, the heat in your house keeps you protected from developing diseases which is often the case in most cold and damp houses. Babies, children and even your elder family member can catch the cold or flu easily because their immune system is not that strong enough to withstand the cold weather. That is why, it is highly important for your house to stay warm and dry during winter to keep your family’s health protected.

Similarly, during the warm summer season when you begin to experience the scorching heat of the sun, you will also need an Air-condition to keep you cold. This also helps in order to keep your family from developing respiratory illnesses such as asthma, and bronchitis, which are directly related to the increase of relative humidity inside most houses during summer.
An AC also keeps your stuff and personal belongings from getting damaged. High Relative Humidity and High Temperature can cause certain objects in your house to crack and leak. Some art work have the tendency to be effected especially when they are painted on wooden canvasses and enclosed in wooden boards and frames. I wouldn’t worry so much about that part. The more pressing issue here are the chemicals inside your house that could potentially release toxins in the air because of the increasing temperature. This is the reason why you need to take the utmost care and maintenance for your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning) system regularly.

One way to make sure that your furnace and AC are working properly is by to have it checked regularly by a certified HVAC technicians. For some people they would often disregard the importance of having a regular HVAC checkup. Most of them would only bother to care for their cooling or heating system the moment they start to feel uncomfortable during summer or winter because of broken furnaces and AC. Aside from the discomfort that they feel, a lot of people get surprised to see their expensive energy bills brought about by inefficient and malfunctioning machines. The most serious threat that broken furnaces and AC imposes is the possibility of a poisonous Carbon Monoxide Gas leak. It’s really hard to see this thing coming because Carbon Monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas.
The good news is, you don’t ever need to worry about all these things because it’s now easy to nip these pressing problems in the bud with the help of expert AC and furnace repair technicians. A locally owned Spokane Furnace repair company has been renowned to consistently deliver premium services to homes and offices all over Spokane Area. Customer service is their top priority that is why you can rest assured that all your queries get solved with no hidden charges.

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Welcome to the ramble

Hi — my name’s Ryan and this is my place. I’m a professional blogger who loves to write… of course. (It’d be pretty stupid if I didn’t enjoy writing.)

If you love to read weird and wonderful things, then you’ve come to the right place. You’ll soon find that I cover all sorts of topics… usually the first thing that comes into my head. It’s also worth pointing out that I do paid work… hence the ‘professional’ part of ‘professional blogger’, so please get in contact with me if you’d like me to cover something for you. Maybe you have a business that needs some promotional work. Maybe you’re launching a product. Maybe you’re trying to raise awareness or promote an event — it really doesn’t matter, I do it all.

What’s on my mind at the moment? Well… lots of things, BUT there is one thing in particular. Traveling! When I was younger, I used to travel everywhere — I loved it. I think the love of traveling started in my childhood, where my parents would cart my sister and I all around the states. My folks weren’t the type to pay for flights and hotels — nooooooooo — we were more like the family in National Lampoons. Funnily enough, my dad did look very much like Chevy chase. Anyway… I’ve traveled most places in the states. You know… we live in a beautiful country — it’s stunning in places. How many of you take the time in your busy schedules to stop and look around… not a lot I’m wagering. Seriously, more of you should get out and about in your spare time, it’ll be well worth it.

Where am I going with this? I continued to travel once I left home. When I started to earn money I used to see how far I could make it stretch. I started of hitch

hiking about the states. I know, I know… it’s not the safest thing to do… but trust me… use your common sense and you’ll be fine.

Once I was done with the states I decided to go further afield… on a budget of course. I would hitch hike to an airport and wait in the departure lounge for a cancellation. I’d challenge myself to see how far I could get with the money I had. One time in my early twenties I sat in the departure lounge for 38 hours. It was well worth it as I bagged a flight from the States to Thailand, one way, for $400 dollars! First class!

I spent a month in that country and wow, what a month, I’d go back in a heart beat. The food is amazing, the geography is mind blowing and there’s tonnes to do. Not to mention the nights out. You can rent a scooter for a day for about five bucks and you can eat a large meal for about the same. The worst bit about that trip was when I got drunk and fell asleep outside. I’ve never had so many mosquito bites in my life!

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