Expsoing Two Siding Myths Homeowners May Believe

Posted on: 15 March 2016

Homeowners that are looking to undertake a renovation project may want to consider installing siding. Siding can provide a home with some important benefits, but choosing to have siding installed on your home can be a difficult decision to make because you might assume that a couple of common misconceptions are true. Learning the realities about common siding myths can help you to be more informed about whether or not siding is an upgrade that will meet the needs of your home. [Read More]

Rust, Clogs, And Flooding: Cures For 3 Common Basement Drain Issues

Posted on: 8 March 2016

Basement drains can prove to be a vital part of your home's drainage system, particularly if your home is in a low-lying area with frequent rains or melting snows. The drain can help prevent water damage within your home or extensive and messy cleanups. But problems with the basement drain can counteract all of those benefits and leave you with no or poor drainage and the growing threat of water damage. [Read More]

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]