Do Your Trees Look Fine After The Hurricane? 3 Potential Hazards They Might Have Been Exposed To

After a hurricane, you might think that your trees are safe if they're still standing. However, that's not necessarily true. In fact, hurricanes can bring damage to your trees that you might not have even thought about. Unfortunately, those unknown risks can cause severe damage, even death to your trees. That's why it's so important that you have your trees inspected as soon as you have the opportunity. With professional care, your trees may be able to be saved. [Read More]

2 Signs Your Home's Main Sewer Line Is Clogged Up

If you have noticed that your home's drains have not been emptying completely, you may wonder whether you have a clog within the house's pipes or the main line going to the sewer. If so, look for the following signs that the blockage lies somewhere inside your home's main sewer line: Drains in Several Rooms Are Affected One sign that your main sewer line is clogged up is that the drains in several of your rooms are affected. [Read More]

3 Steps To Help You Maintain Your Roof Drainage

Your home's roof helps protect the interior of your home, and once compromised, can cause moisture problems leading to mold and mildew damage. For this reason, it is important to maintain your home's roof and its gutter drainage system to help keep your home free of damage and health problems associated with moisture leaks. Here are some steps to take to clean, repair, and maintain your roof's drainage system. Clean Roof and Gutters [Read More]

How To Save Money On Heating And Cooling Your Home

If your house is not properly prepared for proper heating and cooling during the appropriate seasons, you are spending more money to be less comfortable in your own home. You can perform some of the necessary preparation work and/or modifications yourself, then hire a contractor to do the heavy lifting for the larger projects. Here's a few examples of some energy-saving tasks that you can do on your own, with limited skills and expense, along with more expansive options that can be done by a local contractor. [Read More]