How To Protect Your House From Rain This Spring

Spring can be the most wonderful time of year. It brings warmer weather, flowers, bright colors, and most of all, rain. Rain can take a toll on your home, but if you are prepared for the wet weather you have nothing to fear. Here are some things you can do to prepare your home for the rain this spring. Roof Your roof is your home's first line of defense against the rain. Read More 

Don’t Waste Money With Asphalt Pavement Maintenance

Like with everything else, there is a less expensive and more expensive way to deal with asphalt pavement. Taking better care of your pavement and recycling used asphalt will keep your maintenance costs lower. Apply Two Coats of Sealant Rather than apply one coat of sealant, apply two. Two coats of sealant will last much longer than one coat. While it might seem like one coat will save you money, you will lose money when your asphalt does not last as long. Read More 

Beyond Curb Appeal: Why It Pays To Keep Your Roof Clean

Many people wash their roofs to keep them clean, which is good because it increases curb appeal and may even increase the value of a house. However, aesthetic appeal isn't the only reason for regularly washing your roof.  Keeping your roof clean goes a long way in: Boosting Energy Efficiency If your roof is dirty, then it is likely covered with algae and other growths. Such growths, especially black algae, have high heat retention capacities. Read More 

Top 4 Reasons Homeowners Should Hire An Electrical Contractor

Are you getting ready for some minor home renovation? Are you considering doing all the electrical work yourself? While there are many reasons why people might decide to do their own wiring, here are some good reasons why you should hire an electrical contractor instead: Cost: Cost is a major factor that people take into consideration. They think that by doing everything themselves, they'll be saving themselves a lot of money. However, hiring an electrical contractor can actually save you money in the long run. Read More 

How To Turn Off The Circuit Breaker

 If you are planning to work on the electrical system in your home, you need to turn off the circuit breaker. Whether you are switching out an outlet for a new one or you are repairing your water heater, you never want to have your power running when accessing your home's electrical wiring. Here are some tips for turning off the circuit breaker safely and effectively. Remain Safe While shutting off a circuit breaker is a simple task that rarely has issues, it is always a good idea to be safe while you do it. Read More