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  • 3 Tips To Protect Your Basement From Flooding

    5 May 2016

    Even a little water in your basement can result in thousands of dollars in water damage. From ruined antiques, furniture, and stored clothing, to the possibility of mold growth in your home, there are numerous reasons why you should make safeguarding your basement from flooding a priority. This article will help you brush up on preventive steps to help keep the water at bay and ensure your basement remains dry all spring.

  • How To Build A Simple Garage Storage Shelf Unit

    12 April 2016

    Space can become limited in a garage after you've lived in one place for a while. Old bikes, tools, mowers, camping gear, and other assorted items end up competing for limited space on the ground – not to mention the room you need to park your car inside on a wintry day. Here is how you can build and install shelving so you can organize your garage this spring. Cut the Pieces

  • 3 Tips For Dealing With Fire Damage

    10 March 2016

    Dealing with any type of fire can be scary. Not only can it leave you struggling to figure out what is damaged and what is salvageable, but it leaves you trying to figure out what caused the fire to erupt in the first place. Once you have the chance to sit down and start assessing the fire damage with your loved ones, you can begin to figure out where to go from here.

  • Tips For Repairing Damaged Vinyl Siding

    19 February 2016

    For most homeowners, vinyl siding is a remarkably versatile and durable choice for cladding exterior home walls. This material is usually available in various colors and profiles, allowing you to design the dream exterior for your home. Vinyl is also typically resistant to termite infestations and fading, making it virtually maintenance-free. Additionally, the material can provide an excellent insulating material that helps lower your heating and cooling costs. The only downside to vinyl siding is that it is often susceptible to damage from storms and extreme weather.

  • 3 Ways To Ensure Your Vacation Home Avoids Water Damage This Winter

    29 January 2016

    If you own a vacation home that you only use occasionally during the winter time, you risk your home sustaining water damage if you don't take the proper steps to protect it. Here is what you need to do if you don't plan on using your vacation home until the spring to ensure that it doesn't sustain water damage while vacant.   Protect Your Pipes The first thing you need to do is make sure that all of the pipes into your home are properly protected.

  • Four Tips To Help You Say Goodbye, For Good, To Basement Water Problems

    23 December 2015

    If you have a home with a basement, dealing with water problems can be a major expense. This can happen due to something as simple as condensation forming on basement walls. This moisture can lead to other problems like mold. There are also problems like waterproofing failing and cracking foundation walls. Here are some tips that will help you put an end to all of these problems in your basement:

  • Home Restoration Tips: Spotting Water Damaged Drywall

    7 December 2015

    When it comes to water damage, drywall is especially vulnerable. When your drywall damage moves from small water spots to extensive damage, the repairs can be expensive. The best way for you avoid the expense of renovation and repair is by keeping up with routine inspections of your home's drywall in areas that are vulnerable to water damage. Here are a few of the things you should be watching for and tips for dealing with each while you await a contractor's help.