The Do’s And Don’ts Of DIY Water-Damaged Drywall Repair

Whether it comes from a leaky pipe, a projected spill, or something else, moisture of any kind can definitely cause a lot of problems with drywall. The inner layer of drywall is exceptionally dry and chalky, which means it will easily absorb moisture and hold it. Unfortunately, this held in moisture can cause problems, such as mold and deterioration and you will definitely have to have the damaged drywall pieces replaced. Read More 

Keep Your Plumbing Leak-Free This Fall With The Right Preparations

The plumbing in your home should be one of your primary focuses with maintenance throughout the year. With each season of the year, you should set aside the time to get some maintenance work done on your plumbing to avoid any pricey repairs later. When fall is right around the corner, look into the following preparations you should make so that your plumbing stays in good shape and you're not spending a ton of money or time on repairs. Read More 

4 Ways To Prolong The Life Of Your New Roof

You finally got around to replace your old roof with this new one—a round of applause seems to be in order here. You want to make it worth the amount of money that you spent on it. You don't want to end up replacing your roof prematurely. Try taking preventative actions to take better care of your new roof, and prolong its lifespan. Here are four ways you can prolong the life of your new roof. Read More 

3 Easy Ways to Remove Stains from Your Roof and Prevent Them from Coming Back

Black stains on roof shingles are very common, especially in shaded areas. While roof stains can be any number of things from tree sap to chimney soot, most roof stains are caused by algae and fungus growth. These types of stains normally form on the north and west sides of the home. Although they are not pretty to look at, algae and fungus will not harm your roof or eat through the shingles. Read More 

Care of Hardwood Floors for Dog Owners

Dog owners often struggle to maintain their floors--especially homeowners with hardwood flooring. Dog claws and urine can be very damaging to hardwood. These tips will help you keep your hardwood floors in good condition while living happily with your dog.  Protect Your Hardwood from Scratches The best way to protect your hardwood floors from your dog's long claws is to limit your dog to the areas of your home with carpet or tile. Read More