Three Mistakes To Avoid When Someone You Know Loses Their Home To A Fire

Whether a close friend or relative, a casual acquaintance, or a virtual stranger, someone you know who loses their house to a fire probably makes you feel sympathetic and wish you could do something do help. You probably can do something to help, since someone who just lost their home has a lot of urgent needs, but it's also true that if you're not careful you could end up making things even harder for them emotionally or just adding to their exhaustion. [Read More]

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Dock

One of the hardest parts about having a dock on your property for your boat is the fact that it can end up degrading and becoming a hazard to both you and your boat, particularly if you have been neglecting some of the maintenance that a boat dock requires. Listed below are three tips that you can follow in order to properly maintain your dock. Replace Damaged Or Missing Planks Immediately [Read More]

Simple Solutions to Clean Your Clay Roofing Tiles

Most homeowners understand the importance of the roof. Not only does it protect you and your belongings from weather and other environmental elements, but the roof is also necessary for completing your home's look and structure. Maintaining your roof is imperative if you want to protect your family, belongings, and home's overall value. If you are one of the lucky homeowners with a clay tile roof, you can expect a lifespan of up to 100 years. [Read More]

April Showers Bring More Than May Flowers: 3 Steps To Rainproof Your Home

Spring is officially here. It's time to get ready for those April showers, or torrential downpours, depending on where you live. If the April showers in your area tend to fall on the downpour side of things, it's time to prepare for potential water damage. The last thing you want is to have your enjoyment of the rain interrupted by flood damage and leaks. Here are four simple steps you can take to waterproof your home from top to bottom. [Read More]