Month: February 2019

There Is so Much You Can Do Here On Your Vacation

There Is so Much You Can Do Here On Your Vacation

There are so many different options available when looking for a vacation cabin to rent. They vary in size from single room cabins without a full kitchen, to huge multi roomed cabins capable of accommodating 20 plus people. There are also tons of options depending on location. Some rental cabins are very secluded while others are located only a few minutes from the city. Having so many options can make it both easy and hard at the same time to decide on which cabin you want to rent. Whatever your needs are, rest assured there is a cabin out there that fits what you are looking for.vacation cabins

A few hours of work can be rewarded by a few hundred dollars worth of savings.

* Be sure to consider the interests of everyone in your family when trying to figure out how to plan a vacation to the Smokey Mountains. There are plenty of activities for all ages in Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge.

* Hotels are a great way to spend your vacation, but due to cost are usually only better if you are staying short term. If you are looking to stay in a hotel, I recommend checking out Here for Smokey Mountain Hotels.

* If you are planning on staying more than just a couple of days and have a large group, then renting a vacation rental cabin/house is usually the best and most economical option to consider. I recommend checking out If you are looking for vacation cabin/house rentals.

* There are many sites online available for booking your vacation. Before starting to plan your trip, try browsing some of these sites for information and compare prices and locations of different cabin rentals options. Location is an important consideration, If you have an idea of what attractions you plan on attending on your trip, it is a good idea to look it up on Google Maps and see how far where you are planning on staying is from the attractions you want to see. It is also useful to consider the time it will take to get from your hotel/vacation rental to the attractions.

It is important to know what you are looking for in a cabin before you decide to book. It is important for you to have an idea the area where you are planning on staying, whether it be in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, wears Valley, or Sevierville. Different locations offer different attractions and accessibility also varies by season.cabins for rent

Anytime is a great time to visit Gatlinburg TN, Pigeon Forge, and the Great Smoky Mountains. Each has its own benefit and drawbacks. For example, some roads in Gatlinurg and Wears valley in the winter are icy and may require a 4wd vehicle. A really value able tool to the would be cabin renter is Google Street view and Google maps. Google street view is a great way to look at the cabin you plan on renting and the surrounding area. That way you can check if it is as secluded as you desire and also the condition of the road to the cabin. Google maps are great to determine the distance from your smokey mountain cabin to attractions and anywhere you are planning on visiting. the Smokey mountains have so much to offer, it is important to take travel time and distance into consideration on your vacation.

What to consider when renting your cabin.
It is also very important to have an idea of what you are looking for in amenities that a cabin provides. Some important things you may want to check for when looking for a Smokey Mountain Cabins for rent are

* Satellite or Cable TV
* DVD/BluRay Player
* Internet
* Adequate parking
* Pool Tables
* Gas Fireplace
* Hot Tub
* Mountain Views
* Towels & Linens
* Fully-Equipped Kitchen
* Game Room
* Plasma TV’s
* Pet friendliness
* Video Gaming System

A vacation rental cabin in the Smokies are a great way to have a family outing.
There are endless attractions located within a few minutes Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. The great Smokey Mountains National Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit while you are enjoying your vacation. There is also Dollywood, Splash Country, fishing, golfing, shows, the Aquarium, horseback riding, shopping, skiing, and so much more. More here

Termite Treatment with Bora-Care®

Termite Treatment with Bora-Care®

Bora-Care® is an HUD approved, NES listed wood treatment for subterranean termites. HUD’s 99-A form now allows wood treatments. See why builders and homeowners are ecstatic about this treatment.

Bora-Care® is a revolutionary termite pre-treatment that saves builders time and money. It is applied directly to wood, in a two-foot barrier on walls, floor, and sill plate. Bora-Care® goes where other products can’t – on the wood instead of in the soil. termite treatment

Application is easy and convenient. Bora-Care® is applied during the dried-in stage of construction, prior to insulation, and regardless of the weather. Your crew doesn’t have to leave the site. More on this website
No more costly waiting around to the pest technical – no more scheduling hassles. No more waiting for the soil to dry out. No more weather delays. Your crew keeps working. Everyday.

10 Reasons Why Builders Are Switching to Bora-Care®

Bora-Care® saves builders one full day of cycle time. Bora-Care® eliminates the need to coordinate schedules with cement companies and pest management companies. Once the dried-in stage of constructions is complete, Bora-Care® can be applied. There is no need to schedule around the availability of the PMP or cement company.

Bora-Care® eliminates weather delays. With traditional soil treatments, builders must plan around the weather. Unlike soil pre-treatments, which must be applied to dry ground after the footers are dug, Bora-Care® is applied directly to the wood in a two-foot barrier on the walls, subfloor, and sill plates during the dried-in phase of construction and before the insulation is installed. Weather is simply not a factor.

Bora-Care® eliminates the need for crews to leave the job site. In traditional soil pretreatments, workers are required by law to leave the site during application – and stay away until the application has dried. Because Bora-Care® is applied directly to the wood and doesn’t contain soil chemicals, the crew can keep right on working.

HUD change in policy provides alternatives to builders. In January 1999, the United States of Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) changed its 99A form to allow direct wood pre-treatments. The change in HUD policy was brought about by the NPMA on behalf of its members. In the past, HUD only listed soil treatments as a method of pre-treating thus preventing mortgage lenders, builders, and homeowners from taking advantage of EPA-registered wood treatments with borates. Now, Bora-Care® can be used to protect your home from the beginning and is a much better alternative than soil treatments.termite control

Efficacy tests show proven results. Research from an ongoing 11-year study at the Harrison Experimental Forest, and Mississippi State University’s Forest Products Laboratory proves that wood treated with Bora-Care® repels termite attacks and prevents termites from tubing over wood. In tests at Louisiana State University, Bora-Care® was even proven effective against formosan termites.

Treatments near water are no longer a concern. With soil treatments, there is the concern of chemicals leaching into a nearby water source. When you pretreat the wood, that’s ALL you treat.

A better pre-treatment, Bora-Care® provides superior protection against virtually all wood-destroying insects, including subterranean termites, formosan termites, carpenter ants, old house borers, and powder post beetles. It also prevents and controls wood decay fungi, an even bigger problem than termites.

Toxicity is a rising concern among homeowners. With traditional soil treatments, 300-500 gallons of pesticides are pumped in the ground under and around a home. With Bora-Care® you have a low odor termiticide that is applied directly to the wood – answering the concerns of homeowners who have become informed and are demanding less-toxic alternatives.

Bora-Care® has been evaluated and specifically listed by the International Building Codes as a suitable alternate to soil treatments.

Excavation and landscaping do not affect pretreatment. Leaky water lines, improper drainage, and even the landscaping process can break the soil termiticide barrier, rendering soil pretreatments ineffective by the time the house is complete. With Bora-Care®, you’re treating the wood, and once again, a problem is eliminated.
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