Has A Woodpecker Become Your Alarm Clock? Here’s What You Need To Know

Woodpeckers are beautiful birds, but they can be rather annoying when they peck on your home. The constant tap-tap-tap is enough to wake you up and drive you bonkers. Woodpeckers can peck as much as 20 times per second and peck a total of as much as 12,000 times in one day. Woodpeckers have an average lifespan of 4-12 years but can live as long as 30 years, which means a lot of damage can be done to your home and to your sanity. Read More 

Rebuilding Your Home After Flooding From A Hurricane

Hurricanes can bring devastating floods with them, and if your home is hit by one of these storms, you may be faced with wind damage as well as water damage. If you have decided that you can rebuild your home, there are a few things you'll want to do before you begin the process. Here are a few things to take into consideration as you prepare to rebuild. Remove Excess Water Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Mold And Asbestos

It can be very hard to know if you have mold or asbestos in your house. The best way is to have professionals come and test for it, but it can be difficult to even know if it is worth bringing a professional in. Here are some things you need to know about mold or other problems in your home. 1. Rancid and Unfamiliar Smells If the mold has been in your house for a long time it could become dangerous. Read More 

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