Homeowners have many different reasons to have a fence installed around their home and property. Fencing can keep children safe, keep pets in your yard, and improve a home's resale value. One common reason is that it boosts the level of security of a home and yard. If you have a fence around your house, that adds one more layer of protection that a would-be intruder would need to get past. [Read More]
Is Your Yard A Swampy Hazard After The Rain?
When it rains, many yards turn into muddy, deep puddle-filled messes that aren't manageable until enough runoff or evaporation happens a day or two later. It could be the fault of a few pits and sinking area in the yard, or you may have some household features contributing to the problem. Consider a few swampy yard causes and ways to get around the problem. Sinking Valley Yards It's hard to change the shape of the ground as an individual. [Read More]
Three Water Damage Restoration Mistakes To Avoid
Whether it's weather-related flooding or a broken pipe, water damage can have major consequences. Not only do you have to worry about the direct damage caused by the water, but you also need to be concerned about ongoing damage like mold. Avoiding the following mistakes goes a long way to ensuring that you can fix the damage. #1: Removing only the surface water It should go without saying that you should soak up any visible water promptly, especially if a restoration specialist cannot get to your home right away. [Read More]
Give Your House A Grand Entrance
Your entryway gives visitors their first impression of your house. It serves as the literal transition between the outdoors and the indoors. Many homeowners spend time and money decorating the foyer so it makes a good impression. However, the walk up and door of the house are equally important. Create a grand entrance to your house by making over the entryway. Border the Pathway The front walkway literally leads to your front door, not only guiding visitors but also passersby's eyes. [Read More]