When your home gets flooded due to a plumbing problem, roof leakage, or storm water, the quicker you act on minimizing the water damage, the better the outcome will be. It is also important to do the right steps to avoid making the problem even worse. Here are must-do’s in mitigating water damage after flooding:
After all, who wants their ex nosing around their home… Read More
Unfortunately, the solution isn’t always so cut and dry. Let’s say you’re dealing with a broken air conditioner that could cost you a couple hundred dollars to repair. While replacement would be somewhere in the ballpark or $4,000.
It’s tempting to save a few thousand dollars in the short term and schedule the repair. Maybe a few months later your compressor wears out and you drop a few hundred bucks. Yet again to get that replaced. Then the motor goes out a few months later. You see the point. Read More
This is a fantastic infographic that showcases seven common home repairs that you too can do yourself. Because all homes need care and attention, it is important that you know what you can do around the house. We think you have the skills to perform these projects. Now you need to be confident that you have the skills to perform some of these projects yourself. Here are some tips on how to get these projects completed. The organization that created this infographic, Heiton Buckley, also has and interactive guide that walks you visually through the steps of these home repairs.
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Are you ready or thinking about some home maintenance or home improvement projects? Do you need professional assistance from a trained contractor? Here are some key questions to ask when interviewing a contractor. These questions are necessary and should be easy for any contractor to answer. If contractors cannot answer them, then it is time to interview another contractor. We also suggest you ask if all contractors have examples of their work that they can can share with you. References are also a great idea to ask for to understand how your potential contractors can work with others. These and other questions are similar to those in the following infographic detailing other related reference questions. Use technology to help understand your contractors work. Ask if you can see their work via Skype, Google Hangouts, Face time or in person. We also like to know Read More