Repairing A Damaged Slate Roof

30 December 2015
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Slate roofs are aesthetically beautiful and provide an excellent way to keep your home insulated. Slate was once a popular material used for roofing and can be found on most older or historic homes. While slate is not typically used in roofing today, it can still be found on a number of houses throughout the United States. Unlike traditional roofs, slate can be more difficult to repair. If you've experienced damage to your slate roof, here are some tips to help you make a quality repair. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Lead Based Paint Removal

4 December 2015
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Prior to the 1970s, it was extremely common for household paint to contain lead. As this lead paint ages, it can chip off, crumble up, and turn into dust. While exposure to lead based dust and paint chips is dangerous to everyone's health, it is especially dangerous to children and pregnant women. If you happen to be the renter or owner of an older home, it is a good idea to learn more about removing lead paint. Read More 

Water-Related Emergencies: Restoring Your Home after Water Damage

9 November 2015
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Whether your garage floods, a pipe bursts, or you've experienced flooding after a natural disaster, water can cause irreparable damage to your home if it's not addressed immediately. When water gets in a house, the drywall can sop it up like a sponge, compromising the integrity of the structure. Water on the floors that isn't taken care of immediately will cause mold and mildew and can be dangerous to your health. Read More 

Three Simple Tips That Will Maximize Your Washing Machine’s Life

13 October 2015
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It's an inconvenience when your washing machine breaks down, especially if you have a large family with constant laundry demands. As soon as you notice that the machine is no longer cleaning your clothing as it should, give a call to a local appliance repair business in your city. The company will send out a technician to identify the nature of your problem and provide you with a quote to fix it. Read More 

Bedroom Smells Old And Musty? Check Your Closet

5 October 2015
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If your bedroom smells old and musty during the day, check your closet for signs of mold. Mold usually grows in the kitchen, bathroom and other places in the home that use water. But sometimes, mold grows in unexpected places when you expose them to mold spores, such as your bedroom closet. Here's how you find signs of mold in your bedroom closet and tips to get rid of it. Remove Perfumes From the Bedroom and Turn Off the AC Read More