Bema Construction

Bema Construction
Bema Construction is listed in the Contractors General category in Wasilla, Alaska. Displayed below are the social networks for Bema Construction which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bema Construction on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Bema Construction is:
3900 E Steven Dr
Wasilla, AK 99654
(907) 373-1123

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Bema Construction has an overall ZapScore of 77. This means that Bema Construction has a higher ZapScore than 77% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Wasilla, Alaska is 34 and in the category is 23. Learn more about ZapScore.

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It's Spring Cleaning time! Here is a $50 coupon! Print it out and save money on getting your carpets clean and fresh for the summer.

At ServiceMaster we love our furry friends. One of the cool parts about providing residential carpet cleaning is getting to meet so many awesome dogs in our customers homes. This weeks ServiceMaster Pro tips are all about Alaskan DOGS! - Right now our pups are losing their winter coats, which makes for a furry mess on carpets and furniture. It can be a pain to get up even with a vacuum. But have you tried a window squeegee? Running a squeegee across your carpets and floors grabs pet hair like a magnet. The rubber edge gathers it up with ease. For upholstery, try a rubber dish washing glove, slightly dampen it and use it to get into the creases and contours of your furniture. - Dogs are the best, but they can make your carpets, rugs and furniture smell.. well like a dog. Vacuuming doesn't do much for those odors. So here is a handy way to eliminate those doggie odors. Use baking soda! First and most importantly, Baking Soda can be toxic to your pets if they consume enough. SO be sure to keep your pets away from the carpet while you treat it. Liberally sprinkle baking soda all over the smelly carpet, rug etc. and let it dwell overnight. The soda slowly absorbs the odors from the fibers. The next day thoroughly vacuum the baking soda up. The carpet will smell fresh and your dogs can safely roll around again. - Often an overlooked item in spring cleaning is your Dog's bed or pillow. Most dog beds have removable covers that can be easily laundered. Take the inner pillow outside and beat it a bit like a rug and let it air out. When you put the cover back on, sprinkle a couple table spoons of baking soda inside to help absorb odors till the next cleaning. For your professional spring carpet cleaning, give us a call in Anchorage at 563-4771 or in the Mat-Su at 376-1123. We have been cleaning Alaskan carpets for almost 30 years! Our deep extraction cleaning method leaves no chemical residue in your carpets and upholstery. Which not only prevent re-soiling but is also safer for your family and Dogs!

Spring in Alaska is the BEST, break up leads to everything getting sunny and green. But just like every year the snow recedes and the trees bloom, we also get a whole bunch of frozen pipe floods in homes. It's well above freezing outside so why are there so many busted pipes? Well the answer is the Freeze less Spigot. With spring also comes people using their outside spigots to do yard work once again. And if the spigot had a break during the winter, it will only reveal itself when it is used. See the freeze less spigot is a wonderful invention that places the valve well into your warm basement, crawlspace etc. And the water leading out to the colder spots drains out so the spigot should be empty when temperatures get cold. This wonderful valve only works properly if your hose is disconnected and the valve shut off. If you leave your hose connected when temps drop below freezing, and the line is charged with water - it will freeze and break. And then you'll be calling us with a mess in your basement, crawlspace etc. BUT if you disconnect your hose and shut off the valve when temperatures start getting cold at night in the fall, come spring time everything will work as it should. To be safe, before using your exterior spigots in the spring, turn them on and inspect the pipe - make sure you do not have any leaks. This is a very helpful tip for protecting your home from a disaster. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to give us a call 907-376-1123 Serving the Mat-su Valley to Anchorage since 1988

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Whether it's your sink or the streets overflowing with water- We are here to help clean up the mess! Give us a call. 907-376-1123 if any help is needed. We have crews ready this week!

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