When your home has been flooded due to natural causes, or even plumbing, the actions you take to clean things up will help reduce the costs of repairs. You want to get the water out quickly, repair personal items and dry your home out to keep damage at bay. Here are some tips that will help you keep your water damage problems under control and prevent higher repair costs: 1. Document the Damage with Photos and Video Before You Begin Cleaning
28 March 2017
If you live in a condo or will be buying one in the near future, it's important to be aware of when you will or will not be financially responsible for repairs to your home. For instance, you're likely to find that the homeowner's association to whom you pay monthly or yearly fees will only pay to replace or repair damaged or malfunctioning items that are shared with other units. You will usually get the bill when the damage manifests within your home.
14 March 2017
Woodpeckers are more than just Saturday morning cartoon figures. They can cause considerable damage to your home by drilling holes into the wood siding and shingles. They can even store food supplies in those holes, which can attract other creatures and lead to even more damage. If you have a woodpecker problem, here are some remedies you can try. Apply Sticky Repellents In areas that are frequented by the woodpeckers, you can apply sticky repellents to the surface.
7 March 2017