• at January 7, 2019

    Yeah, I think you should. Tell them all your fears and concerns. If anyone can make you feel better, surely they can. Don’t worry, I am sure it will be fine.

  • at January 7, 2019

    Where are you going to have your implants done? Why don’t you ask them more about it? Explain to them your problem.

  • at November 28, 2018

    You’re welcome! Glad I could help, and I hope you enjoy your vacation.

  • at November 14, 2018

    You bet. They have all kinds of other stuff too. You can get great deals on other things as well. Make sure you tell them how you intend to use your vacuum cleaner. Explain your situation.

    The customer service there is very good. Their staff will help you find something that is perfect for you. Tell them about the little jobs you intend to do, like cleaning your computer.

    Make sure to ask about accessories. If you explain how you intend to use it, they can help you pick appropriate accessories so that your cleaning job is done easily and efficiently.

  • at November 14, 2018

    You may want to even consider getting yourself a couple vacuum cleaners then. A bigger one for around the house, and then a smaller one for those little jobs. Smaller vacuums are great because they are portable and so convenient.

    I would suggest you try a place like Vacuum Warehouse because you can get some great deals there. Sometimes you can get stuff that is $200 off the original price! I bought mine there and I was thrilled to get a great deal.

  • at November 14, 2018

    I think it may be a little difficult to answer your question without knowing more information about your situation. How do you intend to use it? By that I mean, do you have wall-to-wall carpeting, or do you also intend to use it on non-carpeted surfaces?

  • at October 18, 2018

    Has anyone made a claim? What do you need to include in it?

  • at October 18, 2018

    I have never made a claim before. When do I make a claim? What kind of timeframe am I looking at?

  • at September 1, 2018

    I’m not absolutely sure about this, you’d have to check with your local laws, but I think it might be forbidden to remove the nest before the young birds leave it. You might have to wait before getting your roof repaired.

    Maybe you could see if it’s possible to move the nest in a nest box and install it someplace else, but I’m not sure how it works. All this to say that you can’t just destroy and remove the nest if there are baby birds inside it.