Hiring Home Repair Professionals or Amateurs - During the years I
have worked in the home remodeling business, I have seen home repairs
done by professionals and amateurs and most of the time there's a big
difference between the two of them.
The Best Way to Avoid Roof Leaks and Ceiling Water Damage - If you
want to avoid ceiling water damage, you're going to need to make sure
that your roof is in good shape. To do this, you're going to need to
have someone inspect the roof, unless you know how to inspect it
yourself. At one time, it seemed like every home I worked on had ceiling
to Save Lots of Money Doing Your Own Home Repairs - The secret that
I'm about to share with you is something that very few people know
anything about. I don't think that most homeowners or do-it-yourselfers
even take the time to ask a contractor or home repair professional, how
they actually learned how to do certain types of home repairs.
Wood Beam and Post Repair Tips - Construction Home Repairs - If you
have any problems with wood beams or posts that need to be repaired and
these structural framing components are holding up large areas of your
home, it wouldn't be a bad idea to contact a professional instead of
repairing them on your own.
Problems with Making Home Repairs in the Winter -
I can't think of any contractor that really enjoys working in freezing
cold temperatures. I prefer to be working in almost any temperature that
isn't lower than 60° or higher than 80°. This doesn't really matter
though, when it's time to fix something in the winter time if it needs
to be fixed and I would like to share five problems with you, that can
help you with your winter time home repairs.
Water Heater Repairs That Cost Homeowners a Lot of Money Each Year -
Your average water heater costs between $300 and $700. The last water
heater that I purchased was a 50 gallon natural gas water heater with a
five year warranty. This water heater cost about $400 and who knows how
long it's going to last.
How Do I Deal with Water Damage after It Happened? -
There are different types of home water damage and how you handle each
one of them will be a little bit different. The main thing that you need
to keep in mind here, is that water damaged building products attract
mold, mildew and fungus.
Beware of Hiring Emergency Damage Contractors - It doesn't matter
where you go today, emergency situations cost more money and I don't
think things are going to change in the future. If you have water
leaking all over your kitchen floor and it's ruining your carpeting,
you've got an emergency.
to Think about, before Attempting Difficult Home Repairs - If you
have a problem with your plumbing and you don't know anything about
plumbing, it wouldn't be a bad idea to contact a plumber. If you have a
loose piece of wood that’s hanging from the bottom of your wood deck,
this is might be something that you can handle on your own.