Tips To Help Deal With Damage Of Log Homes And Maintenance To Preserve Timber

If you have a log home, damage is a problem that you will face due to things like insects, water damage and wear of the exposed timber. Over the years, damage may need to be repaired, but you can prevent a lot of these problems with regular maintenance like cleaning and staining log homes. Here are some of the things that you will want to do to deal with damage to a log home: Read More 

Monitor Your Downspouts To Get Warned About Any Issues That Could Affect Your Roof

When it's raining, the last thing you might want to do is stand outside. However, if you grab a coat and an umbrella and position yourself where you can watch what is flowing out of your downspout, it will give you a good idea of any issues that could affect your roof. You can then take action by calling a roofing contractor who can visit your home, climb onto the roof, and assess the condition of the roof for you. Read More 

Think That No Water Line Means Your Home’s Upper Story Is Safe? Think Again

If you live in a multistory house in an area that experiences flooding, you know that moving everything upstairs can save it from water damage. However, if your home has just gone through a flood, don't assume everything upstairs is fine if it didn't get wet. It's certainly in better shape, but you still need it inspected by a damage restoration company. Damage after a flood is not limited to just immersion damage -- there are a number of issues that could still affect your entire home. Read More 

Common Causes of Winter Basement Leaks: Tips to Pinpoint and Fix the Problem

From the hours of shoveling snow to burst pipes, when it comes time for winter, chances are there are many things you will worry about. One of the last items on your winter worry list is probably your basement because you don't expect to have a leak or minor flooding while the ground is frozen. Unfortunately, your basement isn't safe from leaks or flooding, no matter what the temperature or season is. Read More 

5 Tips For Protecting Your Newborn Against Mold

Mold can be a safety hazard for people of all ages, butinfants are considered especially vulnerable. Infants may be more sensitive to basic household mold due to their smaller and underdeveloped respiratory system. They can also be more sensitive to the negative effects of rarer molds due to their bodies' inability to fight off disease. If you think you may have a mold problem in your home, it is best to get it tested and treated before your baby is born. Read More