I never knew the extent of damage that hail could cause to a home. Of course, I realized that windows could break, but I never imagined my roof getting damaged, the siding getting destroyed and the gutters nearly being taken off the side of the house. After our neighborhood was hit by a storm that included golf-ball sized hail, I quickly learned how devastating those little ice-balls can be. If you are going through the same repairs and clean-up efforts, visit my blog. My blog includes tips that can help you identify hail damage and learn what to do to repair it.
21 November 2019
If you are dealing with a water damage problem in your home, you want to keep the damage contained and prevent it from spreading to other areas. Therefore, it is important to get started cleaning early, contain the water to the affected area, and take measures to prevent problems like mold growth that can show up after repairs are done. The following tips will help you quickly get control of water problems and prevent damage from getting worse when you are having repairs done.
15 March 2019
There are many times when people lose their homes to foreclosure, and many of the people that go through this will be in a rush to get out of their homes. They may also be unhappy about moving out, and they might even be angry about it. Because of this, people who move out of foreclosed homes do not always clean their homes before leaving them, and this creates the need for foreclosure clean-out services.
23 August 2018
The crawlspace under your home may be necessary, but it doesn't have to be exposed. There are many options to protect your crawlspace, but encapsulation is the best way to keep the outside world from invading your home. With crawlspace encapsulation, polyethylene sheets create a barrier along the floor and walls of the crawlspace. If you aren't sure if crawlspace encapsulation is really the right choice for your home as you look into various crawl space waterproofing methods, check out these five benefits.
28 March 2018
Does your property have water damage caused by flooding, broken pipes, or other reasons? Your first instinct may be to call a professional to have them fix the damage, but you can also try to fix it yourself. This can save you a lot of money in the long run. It is important to note that if you are dealing with mold that you will need to make sure you can remove it or you will need to call in a mold remove specialist since it is so dangerous to leave in the property.
4 October 2016
If you're away from your home when water damage occurs, whether it's because you evacuated for a hurricane or because your pipes decided to spring a leak while you were away, you need to educate yourself about the damage remediation process. Typically, water damage remediation specialists should be called in as soon as major damage occurs. But even if your water damage seems minimal at first glance, there may be hidden consequences already.