Carefully Plan a Home Remodel Job

Rethinking your Remodel: Tips, Tricks, and Thoughts Americans love to remodel. Whether you’re one of the millions of viewers who tune into HGTV and long for the granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and finished basement of your dreams; enjoy flipping through glossy magazines filled with picture-perfect rooms and lush gardens; or simply have a vision, a set of tools and … Read More

Leaves Left in Gutter Can Eventually Harm Your Roof

Fall gutter Maintenance The leaves are already starting to fall. One of the most important fall chores and many times overlooked is cleaning your gutters in preparation of temperatures below freezing. Clogged gutter lanes or clogged downspouts can cause some major damage to either your gutter, or to your roof.  Wet leaves turn into frozen leaves and since water expands … Read More

Burn Only When Conditions Are Perfect

Consider All Options Before Burning Fall Fires Season is almost upon us. Preventing a fire from ever starting is critical to the safety and security of your property. Most fires start from human activity. If people were more careful and paid better attention to weather conditions, certainly there would be fewer fires. Open Burning is not allowed inside the city … Read More

Plugging Air Leaks in the Home Before Winter

Fall Maintenance Work Around The Home < Sweet as the summer sunshine is, fall and winter are just around the corner. With cooler weather on the horizon, now is the time to inspect your home for air leaks before low temperatures and bitter winds turn your winter wonderland into a blue Christmas. Check out the tips below to ensure you’ve ... Read More

Examine Your Home For Exterior Home Leaks

Having an exterior home leak can be both time consuming and costly. Wood rot, water damage, insect infestation and mold are only a few of the issues an exterior leak can cause. Identifying if you have a leak and where it’s coming from is extremely important. A few common sources of exterior home leaks are: Windows and/or Doors- If you … Read More

The Perfect Pool Deck

Summer is here, which means it’s time for barbecues and laying by the pool. Deciding to put in a pool, whether in-ground or above ground, can be a big decision to make. Once you make the decision though, it is one that can have many benefits. Aside from the type and size of pool itself, one of the most important … Read More

Preventing Accidental Flooding of Your Home

While it is true that accidental flooding is more common in the winter months, it can happen anytime throughout the year. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to prevent that from happening. Listed below are 10 easy ways to prevent accidental flooding in your home. 1 – Get Your Roofing Inspected Roof inspections are just as important … Read More

Flooded Home Damage Repair

Water damage repair is never a simple process, no matter how big or small a flood may be. If you have recently faced unexpected water damage in your home, it is important for you to hire a reputable, professional restoration company to clean up the water and protect your home in the future. Choosing to handle this task on your … Read More

Rebuilding Your Home After Fire 12/01/2014

Fire can be the most destructive force on your home. What is not destroyed by the fire can be damaged or destroyed by smoke and water. Repairing fire damage requires careful attention to detail. Your home is most likely your largest asset and you cannot cut corners when it comes to rebuilding and restoring your investment. Repairing fire damage is … Read More

Put a Freeze on Winter Fires 12/15/2014

Most fires occur during the winter. That probably brings to mind Christmas tree fires and while that is a factor, it is not the main source of home fires in the winter. Unattended cooking is the primary source of fires. Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires, followed by Christmas Day and Christmas Eve. Stay in the kitchen … Read More