Whether you have recently had a swimming pool installed or you are thinking about it, the last thing that you want to have to worry about are those pesky little mosquitoes bothering you while you are trying to enjoy some R&R in your pool. And, if you are planning a pool party where you will have guests over, you most definitely don't want mosquitoes showing up uninvited. Unfortunately, mosquitoes love the water (not to mention humans), so the pool is the perfect place for them to show up.
If your previously fantastic gutter system has started to show signs of leaking, it's something you should take very seriously. Leaking gutters are more than just a nuisance. They can lead to structural damage to your home if the water seeps into the roof edge or the walls, not to mention the water flowing against your foundation can cause leaks and water damage there as well. If you're not sure what is causing the leak, it's time to start some basic troubleshooting.
Flooding has the potential to cause serious damage to your home and property. If you live in an area where flooding happens on a regular basis, then you likely want to secure flood insurance to help you cover the costs of potential damage and repairs that will be needed to recover from a flood in the future. A flood elevation certificate can play a critical role in the insurance process.
Summer is here. It's time to start thinking about your wood floor. You might not realize this, but the summer months can be particularly hard on your wood floor. Luckily, there are some things you can do to prevent damage. Here are four simple ways to keep your floor looking beautiful, all summer long.
Start with the Sunscreen
Your wood floor may look beautiful now, but after several summers of being exposed to direct sunlight, your wood floor will start looking faded and dull.
If you are going to have your house built from scratch, you are going to need to know some of the terms that you might hear when you are speaking to the builders and everyone involved in the build.
The general contractor is the person who is in charge of the entire build process. Usually, the general contractor is part of a construction company who you've hired to oversee everything, but you can act as your own general contractor if you so desire.