Answering A Couple Of Common Residential Roofing Questions

Posted on: 3 March 2016

If you are like many other homeowners, there is a good chance that you may rarely think about the roof that protects your home. While this may seem like a routine mistake for a person to make, it can pose a serious threat to the house. Roof damage can worsen if it is not repaired, which can lead to serious structural and aesthetic issues for the house. For those homeowners that may underestimate the importance of routine roof work, having the answers to a couple of questions can prove to be invaluable in ensuring that you are getting the most from your home's roof. [Read More]

How To Deal With A Mold Infestation

Posted on: 18 February 2016

If you have a flooded sink, or any source of water in your house, you need to dry it up quickly. Any water that you don't clean up can allow mold to start to grow in your house. Mold can cause all sorts of problems for your home and for your health. If you have a minor infestation, you may be able to take care of the problem on your own as long as you know what you are doing. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why You Need To Address That Leak In Your Basement Right Away

Posted on: 29 January 2016

If you have a leak in your basement, you need to address and take care of that leak right away. If you let a leak sit persist in your basement, it can have serious consequences. Here are three reasons why you need to address that leak in your basement with the help of a foundation repair specialist right away and not delay until a later day.  #1 Foundation Damage One of the biggest consequences of not addressing a leak in your basement is that it can cause damage to your foundation if left alone. [Read More]

French Doors Sticking? Troubleshooting Tips You Should Know

Posted on: 10 January 2016

French doors are an elegant touch for most any home, whether you install them indoors or on an exterior wall. Unfortunately, the wood frame construction of those doors make them vulnerable to sticking. Wood is susceptible to moisture. That moisture is ultimately likely to cause the wood to swell in a humid claim. This swelling can cause the doors to stick. Sometimes, you'll need to adjust those doors to account for it. [Read More]