4 Maintenance Tips To Help Prevent Boiler Repairs

If you own or take care of a building with a boiler, you undoubtedly want to keep it running great, no matter what time of year it is. When it comes time for a repair, you might end up spending more than you should if the crisis occurs after-hours or during a cold spell. Here are four simple tips to keeping your boiler in tip-top shape in order to avoid costly repairs. Read More 

How To Remove And Prevent Black Stains On Your Roof

If you've noticed black streaks along your roof, you'd probably like to know what it is and how to get rid of it. Keeping your roof in good condition is important, not just in the prevention of unnecessary repairs, but to also improve the aesthetic value of your home. Here's what's causing those unsightly stains on your roof and what you can do to treat and prevent it. What Causes Staining and Streaking Read More 

After A Fire: Cleaning Up And Protecting Your Home

While most house fires do not cause catastrophic damage, they can still leave your home in need of crucial repairs. Even after a fire is put out, your home may be inhabitable due to smoke residue, the presence of toxic gases and damage from firefighting equipment. There are certain tasks you should complete in order to make sure your home is safe for re-entry and to protect your property in the event of another catastrophe. Read More 

5 Ways To Make A Small Bathroom Look Bigger

Don't let a small bathroom keep you from your dream home. There are many ways to revamp a tiny bathroom to make it look bigger, without spending a fortune. Here are 4 simple ways you can make the most of your space!  1. Invest in Task Good Lighting  Lighting is key to making a small bathroom look larger. Using the right task lighting can make a small, dark bathroom look brand new, and can help you visualize every inch of space you have available. Read More 

5 Tips For Preparing Your Home For A Window Replacement Project

Once you old windows start to wear out, you may decide it is time you have them replaced. Whether you are replacing your own windows or having a contractor do it for you, you will need to prepare the interior and exterior of your home before the job begins. Below are five tips to help you get your house ready. Clear A Path Outside Your Home If the immediate exterior of your house is cluttered or has items stored against the side, this could slow down you or the workers because everything will have to be cleared out before each individual window can be replaced. Read More