After a long, hard winter, spring is finally, hopefully, maybe even desperately, expected to arrive. Here are some home maintenance tips to help welcome the new season. Weatherstripping The Department of Energy (DOE) says weatherstripping the windows on your home is an easy and effective way to help save money on your energy bill. […]
With winter here to stay for the next few months, and thermostats are working overtime. That means high heating costs for a lot of us, but there are ways to make sure those bills stay as low as possible this winter. Here are six mistakes homeowners commonly make when heating their homes, and how you can […]
Most people think to conserve energy you simply close the lights or lower your air conditioning. Although these examples do in fact work, there are several other ways that are little known and rarely practiced that can also save you thousands of sollars each year. Here’s a few: Programmable thermostats can save up to $150 […]
Pictured here is a water loss caused by a broken hot water tank. The carpet padding was removed, the water extracted and after the disinfection the fans and dehumidification was set up.
A common call we get is about mold/water damage above a shower. The first question I ask is if they have an exhaust fan. Mostly the answer is no. When you take a hot shower the steam will naturally rise up to the ceiling, leaving it wet for hours on end. Eventually, mold will be […]