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6 Warning Signs You Might Need a New Roof

Posted By: Shamara Glover on September 30, 2020

While we are always thankful to have a roof over our heads, we sometimes get so busy that we forget to check on the condition that our roof is in. Our roofs play a very important role in protecting us from inclement weather damage and keeping our home well insulated from extreme temperatures.

5 Reasons You should have your chimney inspected annually

Posted By: Shamara Glover on September 16, 2020

There are approximately 20,000 chimney fires in the U.S. every year. We often forget about the important role our chimneys play during the warm summer months, but they provide a lot of value during harsh winters.

3 Reasons to Upgrade to an Impact-Resistant Roof

Posted By: Amy Casey on July 31, 2020

If you’re one of the millions of American homeowners who reside in a region with intense and frequent storms, then you may want to consider upgrading your roofing shingles to safeguard your roof from devastating storm damage.

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.

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:

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.

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:

Testing Your Sump Pump in 3 Easy Steps

Posted By: Shamara Glover on April 3, 2020

Your sump pump is responsible for moving excess ground water away from your home. If your pump stops working, water could get into your basement and foundation walls, causing mold and mildew. If enough water gets in, the basement could flood.

5 Checkpoints for a functioning Furnace

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 5, 2019

It’s that time of year again – the leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping! If you haven’t already fired up your furnace, chances are you’ll be forced to very soon.

Cheat Sheet: 5 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Home for Fall

Posted By: Amy Casey on August 23, 2019

Leaves, football, and more leaves! Fall is creeping up on us and our homes. Fall only leads into winter, and many home maintenance tasks can be daunting when the temperature starts to fall. You’re better off getting some things out of the way now to save yourself the trouble later:

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