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What is the Typical Cost for Water Damage Restoration?
Friday, July 10, 2020 - 2:45pm

Water damage is nefarious and multifaceted, rearing up any time rain or shine. Costs can range a lot depending on the level of damage needed to be fixed. Before we jump on overall costs, lets look at all the different types of water damage that are most common.

On average, the cost for water damage in a house is around around $2700. Dry out with dehumidifiers and air movers can range anywhere from $400 to $1000 depending on how large or small the space is. Drying cabinets, furnishings and hardwood floors ranges between $1500-$7500 per day if done by professionals.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 1:21pm

Have you been thinking about insulating your garage door? Insulating a garage door can be a great idea. This is an easy upgrade to make. Before you start, it’s important to know how to insulate a garage door. You should know the benefits of insulating a garage door and how much it costs.  

How to Trim an Apple Tree
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 12:00am

Are you wondering how to trim your apple tree? Maybe you’re thinking about planting one, and are doing research on how to take care of it correctly. Or you already have a tree, and want to make sure you’re doing all you can to keep it healthy. Another term for trimming is “pruning”, which can affect how the tree grows depending on when and how you do it.

How to Clean a French Drain
Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 5:58pm

A French drain is a commonly preferred type of drainage system for property owners or developers. It serves a very functional purpose and has the benefit of solving some basic flooding issues. When you have a French drain, then you don’t have to worry about your flat yard becoming waterlogged or your basement getting wet.

Common Reasons Why Water is Coming into Your Basement
Saturday, June 20, 2020 - 2:45pm

Owning a house can be pretty stressful. It is not like the good ole colleges days where you are living in an apartment and you can just call the building supervisor when you have a problem and let them just deal with it. Nope, you have to deal with it yourself when it’s your own home. So, something such as waking up to a flooded basement can be a dreaded experience.

What Are Some Easy Ways to Increase My Car’s Horsepower?
Thursday, June 11, 2020 - 12:00am

You’ve heard the word horsepower before and you know it’s good to have a lot of it in an engine. There are many ways to increase your car’s horsepower that range from the simple to more in-depth. Before we jump into that though let’s first define what horsepower is.

What Insurance Should My Builder Have?
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 1:44am

Much like any other type of business professional, insurance coverage is needed to adequately protect the insured from claims that might arise. Being a contractor means that some hazardous work could be performed. It is important as a customer to make sure that your contractor is properly insured. Otherwise, you could be facing out of pocket charges on claims that aren’t your fault. What kind of coverage is needed and how can you make sure that your contractor is covered?

What Is an SEO Consultant? What Do They Do?
Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 8:42pm

The internet is a fast-growing machine moving at a rapid speed and every day there are millions of more websites being created. Now more than ever, being at the top of your industry is getting harder and harder as the competition is getting fierce. One thing that is very important is to be ranked high on Google searches. Why, you may ask?

Does a Loft Conversion Add Value to Your Property?
Thursday, May 21, 2020 - 7:57pm

Adding space to your home is crucial. As you get older, you naturally need more space for many reasons. But just because you have outgrown your space does not mean you should sell it if you love where you live. Most of the time you just need to add more space, and whether this means lifting the roof or adding more windows, it may be a bit cheaper to do a loft conversion than buying a new home. But does a loft conversion add value to your home?

How do you unclog a drain if a snake doesn't work?
Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 3:12pm

We have all been in a situation where we had to struggle against a stubborn kitchen sink, bathtub, toilet, or floor drain clog. All plumbing systems get clogged up now and then, there really is no way to avoid it. I know I have probably used almost every technique from the hot water and baking soda to the drain snake. 

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