Roofing Tips: Choosing The Right Safety Gear

Roofing repair can be incredibly dangerous and this is why it is best to hire professionals to complete the work for you.  If you are confident about your repair skills though, then you may try to attempt some simple jobs yourself.  These jobs include cleaning and the replacement of one or several roofing shingles.  If you do want to complete some roofing work, then make sure that you have the right safety gear before you begin. Read More 

Home Window Damage - Temporary Crack Repair

If one or several windows in your home have become damaged, then it is probably in your best interest to replace the windows.  Not only will this take care of damage, but the new windows will help to keep both warm and cold air inside your home.  Window replacements are best arranged with a professional contractor.  If you cannot hire a contractor right away or if you want to wait until the weather is warmer before the replacement occurs, then make sure to make small repairs so cracks do not spread. Read More 

Kitchen Sink Odors: Causes And Cures

If you are a homeowner, at some point or another you will likely run into odd smells emanating from your kitchen sink. If you smell an awful smell coming from not just your kitchen sink, but each and every sink in your home, then there is most likely a problem with your water supply. However, if the rancid smell is coming only from the kitchen sink, then there is probably a different cause for the smell. Read More 

How To Prevent The Formation Of Fiberglass Pool Bulges

If you want to have an in ground pool professionally installed on your property, then you may consider choosing a fiberglass model. Fiberglass is considered durable, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to maintain. Your pool is likely to last for several decades with little maintenance. Although this is true, your pool may show signs of bulges over time and this may cause the fiberglass material to crack. This can result in the need for major repairs. Read More 

Prevent Fire Damage From These 3 Hidden Dangers

More than 12,500 people are injured in fires each year, and property-loss amounts can reach $7.3 billion. Most people are aware of the more common causes of fires like space heaters, candles, cigarettes, and cooking hazards. But some threats are a little less obvious. The good news is you don't have to be a statistic. Here is more info on three hidden fire hazards you may not be aware of, and what you can do to keep your home and loved ones safe. Read More