4 Tips To Help You Clean Up Your Home After A Flood

Whether a home flood is from a broken water pipe or from outside flooding, the clean-up process consists of the same process. First, you will need to stop the water leak or wait until the floodwaters recede so you can begin removing standing water from inside your home. After that, it is a matter of drying out and eliminating the excess moisture from your home as quickly as possible. Here are some tips to help you through your water damage cleanup. Read More 

What A Tree Service Can Do For You

Tree service companies are useful to homeowners in several ways. Some of what they do could be done by the individual homeowner, but other duties require trained specialists. For example, tree service technicians are often trained to climb high into trees using climbing equipment, where they may need to remove a dead branch or make other adjustments from a high vantage point. Here are three benefits afforded by tree specialists.  Read More 

A Few Tips for Annual Air-Conditioner Maintenance

Even if your air conditioner is fairly new and hasn't given you any problems yet, it's still a good idea to start a program of preventative maintenance. Having your air conditioner serviced annually keeps it working efficiently so you spend less on power bills and, more importantly, reduce the risk of breakdowns in the hot summer months. Here are some of the tasks that should be done each spring before the cooling season begins. Read More 

Three Ways To Boost Your Business’s Curb Appeal

It doesn't matter what type of industry you operate within; you need to keep your business attractive and appealing to customers. Competitive pricing and a quality product or service isn't the only way to accomplish this goal. Keeping the exterior of your business neat is also important. Here are just some of the ways you can improve the exterior of your building to attract more customers.   Update Landscaping If you installed landscaping when you first opened the building, but haven't updated it recently, it's time to revisit the area. Read More 

How Water Heater Rust Prevention Fails And What You Can Do About It

If you start to see rust flakes or reddish-brown water coming out of your hot water faucets, then there is a good chance that corrosion has started to form within the water tank itself. Most water tanks are protected from corrosion, but the protective measures may sometimes fail. Keep reading to learn how this failure may occur and how you can attend to the problem. How Are Water Tanks Protected From Corrosion? Read More