The holidays are over. You’ve clambered into the attic to store all the decorations and knick-knacks away for another year. It smells mustier than you remember. You pull the cord for the light, and there it is: something is growing up here. It’s covering the rafters and the roof sheathing, (more)
With the winter season fast approaching, the entire nation has to prepare the home for harsh, colder temperatures. Freezing or near freezing temperatures can lead to an array of household issues, most of which are easily avoidable with the appropriate preventative measures. Protect the Pipes Household plumbing can be particularly vulnerable to (more)
A structural fire is a disaster at any time of the year, but especially during the holidays. Unfortunately, this time of year is prime time for house fires. Between frying turkeys, dried out Christmas trees, and burning candles, there are numerous extra fire risks involved in the holiday season. It’s (more)
A sewer backing up and overflowing into your home through the drains can be a huge problem for anyone. Not only is it difficult to look at and smell, but the situation is actually pretty dangerous for the average person. The question comes up, should you try and take care of the sewage on your own?