5 Reasons To Choose A Restoration Company With Advanced Moisture Detection Equipment
16 September 2015
When a broken water main or hurricane flooding damages your home, you'll likely want to call the first water damage restoration company you can find. However, taking at least a little time to ask about the equipment and qualifications of the service provider pays off in the long run. Shop around for a company that brings high-tech moisture detection tools to enjoy these five benefits.
Preventing Hidden Mold
When water fills up a home or even a single room, the liquid flows through tiny cracks and openings you can't even see to create pockets of moisture in inaccessible spots like
Three Ways To Ensure Your Wooden Fence Lasts As Long As Possible
26 August 2015
Having a wooden fence installed can be a pretty big investment, so it makes sense to ensure your fence lasts for as long as possible. With the proper care, you can extend the lifespan of your fence. Here are three ways to accomplish that goal.
Keep weeds, bushes, and debris away from the fence.
When you allow weeds and bushes to grow up against your fence, you trap moisture against the fence, which promotes rotting.
Waiting For The Ripe Time: How To Trim Fruit Trees Without Killing Them
11 August 2015
Fruit trees can be a fantastic asset to add to your property. They provide shade, beauty, and, best of all, food. They increase your home's value, but only once they are mature and fruiting. How can you get them there? Fruit trees can be sensitive to their environment, so it's very important to protect them and care for them properly. That means waiting for the right time to prune and trim them.
How To Make Smart Choices When Choosing A New Furnace
22 July 2015
If you live in the eastern part of the country or the Midwest, then your furnace is undoubtedly the most important appliance in your home because average temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees Fahrenheit are likely during the winter months. A good furnace can keep you warm even in the most frigid weather. However, if your heater is more than 20 years old, then you may notice parts and pieces starting to break on a regular basis.