Got Mice? How To Make Your Winter Pest Control Methods More Effective

16 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mice are a common problem. This is especially true in winter when temperatures are low and conditions outdoors are harsh. As the cold weather sets in, mice will seek indoor locations for safety and comfort. Homeowners affected by mouse infestations may use a variety of methods and products to eliminate mice from their homes, but not all people are aware of the ways to make these methods and products more effective. Read More 

Prevent Mold By Drying Out Your Crawl Space

8 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You want the air quality in your house to be as pure as possible. One of the biggest threats to that air quality is mold. Mold grows by releasing spores into the air. Those tiny spores can get a foothold in your house and start growing. Those spores can cause breathing problems in people who have things like asthma or COPD. Mold grows best in places that are damp, dark, and warm. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To Hire A Garage Door Contractor

5 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Since you have a garage, you probably want to make sure that you are keeping the garage door in perfect working order. Otherwise, having a garage will not do a lot of good for you if you are not able to get your vehicle in and out as needed. Therefore, you might want to take a moment to reflect on some of the signs that you are in need of a garage door contractor or technician. Read More 

How To Safely Do A Roof Inspection

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Being a homeowner comes with several responsibilities in keeping your home safe and functional. The roof is one aspect of your home that you should do routine inspections and maintenance on to keep it from leaking. Inspections can be done in the spring and the fall (after and before the winter snow). Here are some things that you should check for when doing a roof inspection and how to stay safe while walking around on your rooftop. Read More 

5 Great Ways To Make Your Roof Last Longer

4 December 2014
 Categories: , Blog

Your roof protects your home from outside elements and is very expensive to replace. Whether your roof is five or 15 years old, it is very important to take good care of it. If you properly maintain your roof, it will last you many years. Here are five great ways to make your roof last longer. Trim Branches Around Roof If you have branches hanging over your roof, they can touch your roof and damage your shingles. Read More