3 Things That Home Inspectors Look For
8 November 2016
Before you make a serious offer on a new house, there are certain things that you should do. One of those things is to have a home inspector come out to your house and check everything out. An inspector will look at everything and write a report for you. That report will tell you what things are in good shape, what problems the inspector found, and what may need to be done about any problems.
Two Signs That It's Time To Clean Your Rain Gutters
7 November 2016
Although your rain gutters are very important, they can often be one of the most overlooked parts of your house. Rain gutters help to funnel water away from the structure of a home so that you can avoid water damage in the lowest parts of your home's foundation. However, unless you mark it down on your calendar, you may miss the signs that it's time to clean your rain gutters. Use this information to learn more about the telltale signs that it's time to pull out that ladder and clear the debris from your rain gutters.
Five Tips For Helping A Neighbor Or Friend Who's Suffered Water Damage
4 November 2016
If you've ever experienced a disaster like fire or water damage in your home before, you know how uprooted and fragile the experience can make you feel. Now that someone you know is going through the same thing, you may wonder how you can best help them weather the damage and come out strong on the other side. Here are some common sense tips to help you help them without being insensitive or making a nuisance of yourself.
Wet Basement Causes And Solutions
3 November 2016
Water in the basement represents a potentially serious problem, one that can lead to everything from rot, to mildew, to outright flooding. Fortunately, it may not be as difficult as you assume to eliminate some common causes of unwanted moisture. If you have a wet basement that has been causing you anxiety, read on. This article will discuss two common causes—and solutions.
The land around your home plays what may be the single largest role in your basement's relationship with moisture intrusion.