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Where to Check for Leaks
Posted on October 31, 2022

Leaks in your crawlspace are a pain to repair. The biggest challenge is locating the source of those leaks. Looking for leaks and repairing the damage will prevent long-term damage and airborne illnesses from infiltrating the home. The question is, where to check for leaks?  Sources of Leaking There is a multitude of water sources

Removing Animals from Your Crawlspace
Posted on September 30, 2022

*A family pet is one thing. You can remove them gently from your crawlspace, but a wild animal is another matter altogether. Not only is removing an animal from your crawlspace a lifesaver for them, but it will also keep your family safe and protect your home. Remember to shut your crawlspace door even when

Maintaining your Home’s Brick and Stone
Posted on September 23, 2022

Brick and stone are some of the most durable materials known to man because their longevity and resilience make them an insurance company’s dream; they are less likely to burn down in a fire. Houses built in the 21st century usually do not have these materials, making them a rare addition. The benefits include an

Weather Emergency Preparation
Posted on August 20, 2022

Hurricane & Weather Emergency Preparation   Imagine a category 4 storm is around the corner from your home this week. How do you prepare for the impending catastrophe ahead? While it does not help to panic, there may have been some preparations you overlooked altogether. Here is your weather emergency and hurricane preparation guide. Get

Prevent A Flooded Yard
Posted on June 30, 2022

A Flooded Yard Can Damage Your Foundation With lots of rain heading towards us this summer, we must prepare for a bit of flooding on our prized lawns. A flooded yard can lead to erosion over time, weakening your home’s foundation in the long run. If your home sits next to a level depression or

How to Properly Caulk Windows Of Your Home
Posted on February 28, 2022

Do You Know How to Caulk Windows? Regularly sealing the frame of your windows will prevent air leaks. Over time air bubbles in the window caulking pop and give way to AC and heat escaping. These leaks can cost you money in the long run. Caulking your windows means sealing your window to stop the

Basement Waterproofing Tips
Posted on February 16, 2022

Basements Waterproofing With the arrival of Spring comes the inevitable rainfall that will saturate the soil and humidity in the warm environment. The last thing you want is a moldy humid basement. Mold and stagnant moisture can lead to health problems such as allergies, uncomfortable living conditions, and damaged foundation. Keep your basement dry with

Woodpecker Management
Posted on January 24, 2022

Have You Ever Heard A Woodpecker At Work If you live in the woods, you are prone to all sorts of wildlife passing by your home. Insects are looking for warm places to hibernate. If it were not for the cold weather, the insects in your area would overpopulate. The woodpecker, found in the Eastern

Home Maintenance Plan for the New Year
Posted on January 15, 2022

Yearly Home Maintenance With the start of each year, the weather warms up, and the outdoors becomes more manageable. Despite the fresh start, our homes have endured harsh summer heat, the rotting leave in our gutters, and the cold icy elements. You need to prepare and replenish for the year ahead. Having a home maintenance

Noticing Cracks In Your Home’s Drywall
Posted on December 23, 2021

Have You Seen Horizontal Cracks In Your Drywall? Horizontal Cracks in drywall are a concern that can leave homeowners puzzled, apprehensive, and stressed out. You do not necessarily want to leave horizontal cracks unattended. Having accurate information can help you save money in the long run. Here are why horizontal cracks may appear in drywall

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