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Severe Weather, Power Line Damage, Storm Damage

Power Outages: The Do’s & Don’ts

Posted By: Shamara Glover on July 24, 2020

If you experience a power outage, whether it be from severe weather, a collapsed tree, or something else – you’ll want to keep these do’s and don’ts in mind:

Severe Weather, Thunderstorms, Storm Approaching

Severe Thunderstorms: Preparing for 5 Major Threats

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 24, 2020

Do you get just as nervous for a severe thunderstorm warning as you do a tornado warning? Everyone knows how seriously a tornado warning should be taken, but make no mistake, a severe thunderstorm warning should be taken just as seriously.

Poolside, Vacation, Summer, Relaxing, Beach Hat

5 Staycation Planning Tips for the Perfect Getaway

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 19, 2020

A staycation can be the perfect getaway from your daily routine. Rather than planning out an extravagant, lengthy vacation away from home, a staycation gives you the opportunity to enjoy your home and local area in a new light!

Window, Window Well, Basement Window, Home Maintenance

5 Techniques to Safeguard Your Window Well

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 2, 2020

Window well drainage can quickly become a nightmare for any homeowner. It is one of the most common waterproofing problems that contribute to basement flooding. Your window well protects your home by providing adequate drainage of rainwater and/or snow melt.

At Home, Curb Appeal, Mowing, Yard Work, Lawn Care, Lawnmower Safety

6 Things to Consider Next Time You Mow

Posted By: Shamara Glover on May 15, 2020

Although it sounds a little obvious, lawnmower safety is more important than you think. Thousands of injuries occur each year from the use (or misuse) of a lawnmower. So to help save you from any possible injuries, we’ve got some safety tips and precautions to keep in mind:

Structural Damage, Crack, Building Maintanence, Home Maintanence

Top 8 Signs of Structural Damage in Your Home

Posted By: Amy Casey on May 14, 2020

Whether you are buying your first home or notice something out of the ordinary in your existing home, signs of structural damage should be a huge concern.

At Home, Curb Appeal, Lawn Care, Yard Work, Grass

5 Grass Growing Tips for Every Homeowner

Posted By: Amy Casey on May 8, 2020

Spring is in the air and many homeowners have already busted out their yardwork tools! Unlike many household to-do’s, there are plenty of people who actually enjoy yardwork and maintaining their home’s curb appeal.

At Home, Plumbing, Home Maintenance, Water Leaks, Water Damage, Faucet, Leak

5 Reasons You May Have Low Water Pressure

Posted By: Shamara Glover on May 8, 2020

Having low water pressure can stem from a range of things within your house and it should not be taken lightly. Some of the issues that result from low water pressure could mean a more serious underlying problem:

Driveway Crack, Crack, Cement Crack

3 Ways to Repair Cracks in a Concrete Driveway

Posted By: Amy Casey on May 1, 2020

Cracks in a concrete driveway are relatively common. There are many reasons cracks might occur, including: repeated freezing and thawing, tree roots, sink holes, heavy loads, etc. Large cracks are more than an eye sore; they are a serious hazard that could lead to bigger more costly problems.

At Home, Severe Weather, Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain, Home Maintenance, Rainfall

5 Ways to Protect Your Home from Heavy Rain

Posted By: Amy Casey on April 24, 2020

A rainy day can bring more than a gloomy mood – it can bring unwanted water damage into your home. While you may not be able to stop every water issue, there are a few things you can do to safeguard your home from being exposed to excessive water: