This is more of a pay per call rant, but it seems to me as if Google has gone down hill lately.
The best results I've ever had with Google is doing my own SEO. Second to that is Google Local Service.
That being said, their "Google Local Service" service is designed to charge you for any and...
Same. I've tried 2, maybe 3. They're all the same, unfortunately. Negative ROI. My local chamber of Commerce barely gets me past the profit margin.
Google Local Service has been the only paid advertising that fills a 3rd of my schedule. (NOT to be confused with Google Adwords)
They want to feature my company in their magazine that goes out to all of their homes. These types of companies are a dime a dozen and never usually work.
That being said - Their a large company. Anyone have any experience with them?
From my experience, it depends on if they're marking their territory or if they just couldn't hold it.
But, yeah. The size might make sense. Maybe bigger dogs, with their bigger kidneys, break down proteins and leave smaller urine crystals which make is easier to remove?
I'm no expert on...
This would make sense, the only problem is that the entire area covering the rug and carpet with plastic (in pic) had this same "wet" look, but was bone dry even when moisture tool used.
I've experienced discoloration quite a few times from these plastic carpet "protectors", but this is all...
My first theory was urine and it would make sense. But the plastic covered a large area and it couldn't have water wicked that far, I would think. Everywhere it covered, it turned darker and looked... Wet.
2ND theory: Humidity. Moisture slowly seeped it's way in due to years of circulation -...
New info: The Tennants had a 4 month old pup and a 1 year old pup. I think it's clear from how bright (untreated) the light is that it's theirs for sure. These are just 2 of 6 areas.
Thanks everyone for the replies! Always learn something new from the greats out there!
I'm not sure I've ever seen plastic covering over a rug do this much damage.
Anyone know why this would or could happen?
The plastic 'protector' was sitting on the carpet and rug for 2 years. It looks wet, but nope! Dry as a bone.
No, the realtor is simply asking my professional opinion, but I'm not quite sure.
I thought maybe there's a secret someone noticed, like... "The brighter it is, the longer it has sat!" (Fisherman voice for some reason) So I just thought I'd ask!
I've run into an issue with a realtor that uses me services often.
She wants to know if the urine stains that I found are over 12 months old. (Within the time the Tennant's lived there)
The stains came out pretty easily. Suggesting that no one attempted to clean them either because of...
The van has 162k miles and 4k hours on Truckmount - Both work and are operating efficiently, however, the only reason I'm selling so low is because it's GOTTA GO! It's taking up too much space around my already cramped house!
Recently purchased another brand new set up as well...
I'll look in to it. However, the issue is I shouldn't have to do any of that to begin with.
I never used it. Yet, the threads broke as if it were a Mytee product.
Just bummed because I was excited to use that bad boy after seeing all the reviews and hype.
I don't really have time to fix...
That would work, sure. The only issue is the threads are inside the swivel and there's nothing to grip. I've viced, and any attempt to grab and twist ends up breaking more threaded bits off.
I'd have to dremel at this point, but thinking that may not work out too well.
1. I do have a ball valve at the end of female connection.
2. I made the mistake of not twisting closed.
3. I forget.. Some people are perfect, and, of course, never make mistakes.
It was just one of those days, friend.