Taking Care Of Personal Items During A Remodeling Job
3 August 2015
If you are in the process of having your home remodeled, you most likely have a schedule set for several different contractors to come in to do their work. While your home is being revamped, furniture and other items will need to be moved to new locations so the workers will have enough room to do their jobs. Here are a few tips to use when removing items from the area where remodeling will happen.
Side Eye: Take A Look At The Side Of Your House If You Have Roof Leaks
16 July 2015
If you've been experiencing ceiling leaks, your first thought was probably to call a roofing contractor to have the roof looked at. But what if those leaks are in the ceiling of a room that isn't on the top floor? Or what if there's no damage to your roof that could be causing the leak, but the leak you see is in a room on the top floor? Sometimes "roof leaks"
Maintaining Your Marble Surfaces With A Messy Family
30 June 2015
Your counter tops are marble because that is what you wanted, and it should hardly be fair for you to have to give them up because you have children. Even though marble is considered to be a porous substance with the ability to absorb stains like a sponge and you have children who seem to provide the substances with increasing regularity, there is no need to let your dreams go out with a whimper.
Roof Maintenance Tips For The Summer Months
17 June 2015
Being a homeowner requires a year round commitment to maintenance, especially when it comes to your roof. For many homeowners, this can be challenging and seem overwhelming. However, making a seasonal maintenance schedule can help simplify the process for you. Since the blazing heat of summer is quickly approaching, here are a handful of summer roof maintenance tips to get you started.
Have an Inspection
Have your roof inspected. The high winds of fall and heavy snowfall of winter can be especially harsh on your roof.