Getting rid of rodents is not always easy which is why you need the right team to help you get rid of the problem once and for all. Cape Town, February 5, 2019 – Rodent infestation goes way back and despite man’s best efforts these tiny animals have been known to cause havoc. The Pest Managers Cape Town owner, Mr. Adriaan Jordaan, notes that their damage can be enormous and that the key to their destruction is early identification and elimination. His company which based in South Africa will help you get rid of these rodents and other pests in your home “With constant changes in weather, you are likely to find unwanted guests at your place of residence” notes Mr. Jordaan, “this can include insects, small animals and even the disease laden rodents. “We all do our best to keep them out of our homes and workplaces, but despite our very best efforts they may still find their way in.” Here are 6 ways you can tell that you have unwanted guests in your home according to the owner of Pest managers Cape Town: 1. You will hear sounds and noises mostly in the dark Rodents are pesky little things dashing in and out of places while scavenging for food. They are quite smart too as they prefer the cover of darkness when roaming. However, they don’t always move silently as you will hear noises in empty rooms and if they are close enough, you may hear them chewing through walls and other things. 2. Chew marks Rodents are known to chew into anything from metal, wood, plastic, fabric and other materials. If you find chewed into clothes or wires, one or more rodents may be in your home. 3. You may see one With time, rats and other rodents get so bold that they start running around the house in bold daylight. When you make a sighting of them in your home, then you can be sure that they aren’t living too far away. 4. You will see their dropping in the house If rodents are living in your premise, you are likely to find their dropping in cabinets, drawers and even the . . .
CVP Projects has ameliorated its client satisfaction standards by incorporating modern standards in swimming pool designs in a bid to reduce chances of children drowning. Johannesburg, South Africa, 29th Jan 2019 – Drowning statistics in South Africa indicate that more than one child drowns every day. A large number of them are below 14 years or age and most of them drown in pools. As a homeowner, you need to go to great lengths to find the best way to keep prevent such an ordeal from happening to your loved ones. In the wake of the release of these statistics, Mr. Rendani Mashau, the owner of CVP Projects and Swimming Pools, which is a company that operates in Johannesburg and Pretoria, advised the general public to take more consideration in their swimming pool designs. He advised them that no matter the design or the location of the pool, it is necessary to incorporate measures to prevent your children from accessing the pool. “Anyone with any child can be affected by pediatric drowning,” Mr. Rendani said, “and it is our duty as parents and swimming pool constructors to ensure that these little angels don’t fall victim to pediatric drowning.” Drowning can occur in both children who have learnt how to swim and those who are too young to start taking swimming lessons. When you are with children around a body of water, it is critical for you not to be distracted. However, when you are away, you need a measure to prevent kids from reaching the pool area. According to Mr. Mashau, the best way to do it is to implement a good fence around your pool. Previously, most people were reluctant to install fences around pools due to aesthetics. However, with the modern fencing options, you can make your pool fence part of your home’s décor. Parents and guardians should also take an extra step to ensure that doors and gates are locked and that children don’t get access to water bodies without the presence of an adult. Remember that children love water and pools . . .
Cape Town, December 15, 2018 – The internet has really changed how people do business around the world. Its efficiency and convenience are beneficial to almost every industry. The pay TV sector being one of them. Gone are the days when homeowners and businesses relied on TV aerials for transmission of signals in order to watch favourite television shows, movies, and sports. The internet has redefined television viewing across the globe. Unfortunately, here in Africa, it would be a while before everybody gets to enjoy benefits of pay TV. That is because for one to be connected to the service they need internet connectivity, which isn’t available in many areas around the continent. According to statistics, only 35% of Africa’s population had access to the internet by the end of 2017. The percentage is distributed unevenly between the countries, with the more developed states like South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal having more than half of their population connected to the internet. The connectivity is mainly focused around urban areas where wired infrastructures are already in place, hence making the set-up process easy and cost-effective. Mr. Clinton Francis, the owner of Supersat DStv Installation Cape Town, noted that there is a growing demand for diversification of content which is made possible by the availability of pay tv. “MultiChoice is doing a very good job with its pay tv service called Showmax. They provide clients with many hours of both local and international content which they can view comfortably from their televisions, personal computers, smartphone, or tablet – provided they are logged in and there is internet access.” As more pay TV solutions are gearing to take over the market, and local content producers like “Nollywood” in Nigeria working tirelessly to produce quality movies and series, the entire industry will grow faster once internet connectivity reaches more areas in a couple of years. “After working in the industry for . . .
Cockroaches Are Annoying, But There Is More to an Infestation Lots of diseases in the world today are caused by pests and cockroaches are no exception. Though at a glance they may seem harmless, studies show that they can cause very serious illnesses. Samantha young a pest expert, talks about the illnesses they cause and how homeowners can stop them from encroaching into their homes. Cape Town South Africa, December 5th, 2018: Cockroaches are some of the most resilient insects which makes them hard to get rid of. With a short maturity period and an ability to survive in almost all climates around the world, their elimination can be a daunting task. With all the facts known about them, however, killing them has become quite necessary, especially in South Africa, where the environment is favorable for them to reproduce widely. It’s hard to imagine, but a few millennia’s ago, cockroaches were appreciated in South Africa especially by the Zulu people. They had grass bowls which they used for eating and for obvious reasons, they couldn’t use water to clean them; instead, they left them in the open for the roaches to eat the food particles in the crevices of the bowls. However, a flashback to today, a battle has been waged against them and most South Africans will kill them on site without thinking twice about it. The temperate climate found in the region provides an ideal breeding ground for cockroaches. According to Samantha Young, a pest expert in Cape Town, finding these cockroaches in clean homes is not uncommon. The German cockroach and the American species are the most common and can be found in most parts. She goes on to add that in the life of one female cockroach, which is about 6 months, hundreds upon hundreds of eggs can be laid. With each breeding cycle producing up to 48 eggs. “Cockroaches are a bit mysterious preferring to lurk in the dark and only coming out to eat when it’s dark”. They will feed on anything from food crumbs that have . . .
In a bid to boost security in Cape Town, Fever Tree Fencing is focused on improving the standards of electric fencing. Considering it is one of the most reliable fencing solutions around. However, it is also very risky when not installed properly. CAPE TOWN, 5th Dec, 2018 – Security plays a very important role in the development of a country. In South Africa, essential measures have been taken to ensure residents and businesses are protected from burglars and invasion by unauthorized individuals. All the key players agree on the need to maintain high standards of service delivery. Therefore, a lot is being done to weed out unqualified contractors and substandard products. One area that has generated a lot of interest for years is electric fencing. It is not only one of the most reliable fencing solutions, but also risky when not installed properly. Having the government, certified fencing contractors, regulators, and the residents working together means that it is only a matter of time before the industry is streamlined. Mr. Jacques Sherman, the owner of Fever Tree Fencing Cape Town cautions property owners against working with shoddy experts. “The only way you can be assured of getting value for your money is by hiring a certified and experienced electric fencing specialist. Somebody who can be trusted to provide the best installations, thus saving you a great deal of time, money, and other safety risks.” Mr. Sherman who has been in the fencing industry for a minute is very familiar with how things run. In fact, he is at the forefront spearheading the need for improvement in electric fencing services. Together with his accredited employees and other reputable fencing companies, they want to enlighten all consumers around South Africa so that property owners know exactly what to expect. First is to always confirm that whoever you are hiring to do electric fencing installation, repair or maintenance is a certified expert with an updated license from the . . .
To keep your home, its occupants, and other valuables inside the house safe, it is imperative that you invest in top quality security. RB Locksmiths Pretoria are readily available to help with your lock issues, and overall security maintenance for homes and businesses. They are very good when it comes to burglar-proofing properties. PRETORIA, October 18, 2018 – It goes without saying that the security of a property is a key consideration for homeowners and businesses in Pretoria. What with the number of household break-ins being on a steady rise each passing day. The statistics indicate that most of the burglars take advantage of loopholes in security to execute the robbery. It could be a lack of CCTV cameras around the compound, use of outdated lock systems, or being away from home for long. Our certified security experts believe every individual must put measures in place to prevent and minimize burglary cases in the region – whether you are at home or out of town. To start with, think like a burglar when assessing the efficiency of your security system. Lock the door and try getting back into the house without the use of keys, apply force on the doors to see if they will budge, and look around for tools a robber might use to try and enter your property. Fix any shortcomings immediately to avoid any risks. All access points must be secured appropriately, starting from the perimeter fence, to the windows and doors. If you can afford a barbed wire or electric fencing, the better for your cause. Windows on the other hand should be fitted with burglar bars while your doors need at least two locking mechanism. Mr Gerrie Botha, a master locksmith and owner of RB Locksmiths Pretoria noted that the security of South Africans was a collective responsibility. “For there to be a reduction in robbery cases, all of us have to be ready to play our part.” He went on to highlight the benefits of installing various security measures like alarms, security lighting, and . . .
Johannesburg, 1st Aug 2018 – With the rainy season upon us, residents and businesses are bound to experience all manner of water damage – both minor and major, depending on the severity of the rains and quality of a structure. Whether one is staring at wind destruction or flooding, the best chance of property restoration is usually realized by entering the structure as early as possible to salvage whatever can be saved. The longer a property stays submerged in water, the more the extent of the damage. Unfortunately, in certain cases, residents are forced to wait for as long as an entire week before it is safe to enter a structure. Even then, you will still need an expert to go in first and analyse the situation. When going into the property, you are advised to; Wear protective clothing Discard food that have come in contact with the water Remove and dry any upholstery Air out the structure Get in touch with water clean-up, restoration, and mold mitigation and remediation specialist to check and give a report on the extent of moisture content. One of the best ways to avoid extensive water damage is to prepare your property for the rainy season way before it starts raining. Start by clearing the gutters and drainage system to ensure the water flows away freely. Next would be to watch out for leakage signs and have any cracks fixed professionally. Any electrical issues must be looked into immediately and be sure to get an expert to inspect your basement. Dry Wall Johannesburg are readily available to offer any professional help. “it is always good to be safe than sorry,” says Pervious Moyo, the company owner. “We have helped a very big number of property owners safeguard their structures before the rains, and also provided quality restoration as far as dry wall partitioning and suspended ceiling replacement goes.” Find out more information on preparing your house for the winter by visiting www.drywalljohannesburg.com. CLICK HERE to . . .
A24 7 is a renowned company that provides quality electrical and plumbing services in Johannesburg that has been in business for over a decade. 8th June 2018, JOHANNESBURG - As the housing market rises, there is need for extra services with one of the most crucial being connection to the electricity grid. These services don’t come on the cheap. And many homeowners are going to great lengths to find the cheapest services in order to save on costs. As a result, it is uncommon to find poor electrical connections which, in some cases, may lead to accidents. During the 10th anniversary celebrations, A24 CEO, Mr. Maartin Viljoen, his electrical company receives numerous calls from customers complaining about the poor electric and plumbing services they receive. It affects us deeply to know that something could have been done earlier and resources lost to electrical accidents could have been used elsewhere. Many go for shortcuts when it comes to electrical services because they think it’s expensive to hire electricians who are qualified which it is not necessarily true. Peter Jabulani, who is in the construction business is one such person. Previously, he had placed numerous calls to different service providers as he sought services that he would be satisfied with. "It has always been one complain after the other" he said. "Sometimes it is poor installations, other times it is the destruction of property during the job and other times it is substandard services" He says that he got tired of the complaints and he decided to visit our offices in person after being given a referral from one of our clients. Today, he is one of our most loyal customers and he always refers A24 7 FIX (PTY) LTD to all his colleagues and customers. We are different because we take all our customer projects personally and ensure our customers are completely satisfied. Our company is made up of dynamic and experienced electricians who always deliver quality services. We are open round . . .
House painting issues such as cracking, flaking, and blistering, are responsible for the low prices buyers are willing to pay for homes in Johannesburg. Relatively new homes are now fetching lower prices or prolonged time in the market due to poor paint jobs. JOHANNESBURG, June 8th 2018 -Most properties listed on the market at present are fetching low prices than their worth because of their appearance. Although buyers are encouraged to look into the structural build of a house first, most seem to be put off by its outward appearance. The result is they end up skipping the property or quoting a lower price than expected. According to Gashwel Sibanda, a lead painter at SMG Painters Johannesburg, this is nothing new in the market. “Many homeowners in Johannesburg contact us for a fresh coat of paint on their homes just because they couldn’t find a buyer with the previous paint on. On a closer look, we always find that the previous paint job was shoddy and made the entire home look old and unworthy of an investment.” He goes on to advise that painting is critical in the appearance of a home, but it can only bring that aesthetic value when done the right way. Mr. Sibanda says that the most common house painting problems include cracking, blistering, flaking, sagging, and peeling. In damp areas, mildew can start growing on paint. Issues such as blistering and cracking occurs when the painter doesn’t sand down the place properly before applying a coat of paint. Peeling comes about when the painter applies paint on a dirty surface while sagging occurs when too much paint is applied in a specific region without evenly distributing it. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Tree felling Pretoria has invested in quality equipment worth millions of Rand to improve efficiency for commercial and residential projects. PRETORIA, June 7, 2018 – Trees are essential for the survival of human beings, however there comes a time when their removal in certain spaces is inevitable – if you are to avoid health and safety risks to the tree and people around the area respectively. Tree felling Pretoria offers cutting-edge tree cutting services that will make sure your needs are handled fast, and in a very professional manner. While launching new, state of the art machinery, the company director, Mr Ngomane, was quick to note that customers should look forward to better services from their team of fully qualified and experienced tree fellers. “We are only one phone call away whenever you need emergency tree removal services, stump grinding solutions, or certified site clearing experts. With these new equipment, we are more committed to help you get the job done.” The company has the best tree experts in the industry, therefore, this new development only serves to strengthen their resolve to remain the go-to tree fellers Pretoria wide for years to come. Mr. Bandile, a long-time client was quick to heap praise on the company for helping to raise the standards of service delivery. “Ever since Tree Felling Pretoria came into town, I have never had a problem with pruning, trimming, or caring for the vegetation on my backyard. They are always available on short notice and never compromise on quality no matter how big or complex a project is. You should try them out today.” CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .