Gutters play a crucial role in protecting your roof and walls from water damage. A functioning gutter provides excellent drainage and keeps rainwater from wreaking havoc on your beautiful home. Because excessive water is infamous for flooding basements and incurring costly structural damages, gutter maintenance is required for effective precipitation drainage and Read More
Winter will be upon us before you know it. If you have wood burning stoves or fireplaces, now is the time to get them ready for use. Wood burning fireplaces build up creosote and soot on chimney walls very quickly. These materials are extremely flammable and thus the chimney should be cleaned regularly. You should also inspect your chimney cap that is open on the sides with mesh to protect birds and debris from entering the stack. Make sure the mesh is intact and the cap side Read More
Is your dishwasher making all kinds of noise? When you open your dishwasher expecting to see clean dishes but see dishes that are still dirty, what are you to do? You may be able to correct some of these challenges by checking your dishwasher water connections.
Depending on how your dishwasher was originally installed, you might have access to the water supply and drain lines leading to and from the dishwasher. If you can inspect the dishwasher water connections that you have access to, Read More
With the kids back in school, activities may have increased for parents at house. Tracking all the different after school and weekend activities from dance to soccer, from trumpet lessons to art classes, from math tutors to volunteer programs is hard for a parent to manage. Families with multiple children that have different activities and homework can also be challenging. Read More
With the end of summer comes the change in seasons and the change in our outdoor flowers. You can still have a nice looking yard without the beautiful colored blooms by simply deadhead annual and perennial flowers. Deadheading is the process of removing the dead flower from the stems of annual or perennial flowers. To deadhead annual and perennial flowers, you simple cut or pinch the dead bloom off the stem and help the plant and garden area look clean. A clean yard is still a nice yard. Deadheading can also help the flowers show regrowth Read More