It’s not uncommon to have water in the basement after a hard rain. But if you regularly have a flooded basement after storms, you may have to rethink the landscaping around your home. Follow these flood prevention tips to make sure your landscaping isn’t diverting water into your home and learn how to fix problems quickly and inexpensively.
With the summer season in full swing, we are already just days away from everyone’s favorite summer holiday, the 4th of July. The 4th of July is a great holiday for gathering with friends and family and it is one of the most popular holidays to host cookouts. If you are planning on hosting a cookout at your home and entertaining guests, it is a good idea to prepare your home by cleaning it up and taking actions to ensure that your 4th of July celebration is safe for all involved.
There is nothing you can do to stop a storm from hitting your area, but there are many precautions you can take to minimize and even prevent the potential damage to your home. Follow these storm damage prevention tips.
If you home or property has sustained fire or smoke damage call a professional to restore the damage after the fire, but also begin the claims process with your insurance provider. Follow these tips to make filing smoke damage insurance claims easier on yourself.
Excess water in your basement leads to a host of problems for your home and its contents, so it’s important to do as much as possible to prevent a flooded basement. Checking these potential causes ahead of time will save you the cost and aggravation of water damage repair in the future.
Storms can cause considerable damage to homes and buildings. Damaged roofs and roof leaks can lead to structural damage and costly repairs. To find hail damage on your roof, follow these roof inspection tips and see if you need professional roofing services and storm damage restoration.
When a fire starts, there’s no time to save everything in your home. With a little advance planning, some valuable items can be saved on the way out the door in case of a fire. These items are among the most commonly salvaged during a fire emergency …
Our homes may be getting smarter due to smart home technology, but they are still vulnerable to disasters like water leaks, flooding, and fires that can cause serious property damage. Fortunately, there are many smart home devices available that can help you protect your home from these disasters.
Winter storm and water damage is irksome. Mold growth and structural damage, floor separation and discoloration, can occur within hours. Follow these tips to avoid winter storm damage and protect your home.
Residential homes are especially vulnerable to water damage during the winter season. Three main types of winter water damage are common when the weather is below freezing. Read More …