Fire Season: 3 Steps To Take If Your Home Was Damaged In A Fire

With so many fires going on across the country, it can be terrifying to even turn on the news. If your house was recently damaged in one of these fires, you may be wondering what can be done to repair your home and get your family moved back in. Depending on the type of damage that took place, a fire damage restoration company may be able to come out and get everything taken care of. Read More 

3 Things Every Homeowner Should Know About Slab Leak Detection and Prevention

Protecting your home is a necessary part of homeownership if you intend for your property to retain or appreciate in value. Some homeowners are astute when it is time to get maintenance services performed on their properties. However, some things such as plumbing systems may get overlooked as long as they appear to be functioning correctly. Issues that promote prolonged moisture and water exposure to your home's foundation will place it at risk for foundation issues. Read More 

Tips to Keep Mold at Bay This Summer

Mold and mildew are the very last things any homeowner wants to see growing inside their home. Mold can not only cause property damage, but it could also be a major health hazard to you and your loved ones. If you want to get through this summer without having to contact a mold removal expert, here are some tips that might help. 1. Keep the Air Moving Mold can grow more easily when the air in a room is not circulating. Read More 

Tips for Dealing with Water Damage in Your Home

Do you have an issue where water is leaking into your home? If so, it's important that you act quickly. Not taking any action can only cause the problem to get worse, even if you are waiting for a professional to come and help you. These tips will help you deal with the immediate aftermath of water damage. Remove Valuable Items It is a good idea to start by removing any valuable items that could be salvaged from the water damaged area. Read More 

How To Shop For A Wheelchair Lift

If you need a wheelchair to get around, living in a house with stairs poses a problem. Many people choose their homes during their younger years when they have greater mobility, but after living in a house for decades, you may not want to give it up. Fortunately, you don't need to move out of your house due to mobility concerns. Wheelchair lifts can allow you to use your wheelchair in your home. Read More