Health Risks Of Exposure To Indoor Mold

Flood water not only compromises the structural integrity of your home, it may also cause serious health issues for you and your family due to mold contamination of walls, ceilings, floors and more. To avoid the risks of exposure to airborne mold spores after a flood, allow a water-damage professional to assess your flooded property and begin remediation as soon as possible. Otherwise, anyone living in the home could suffer the health consequences listed in the following guide. Read More 

Four Tips To Protect Your Garage Door Against Burglary

Between your car, tools, and any other items you have in storage, your garage houses a jackpot for burglars. Your garage door is the point of entry to your valuables, and is a naturally vulnerable part of your home; you can't afford to take door security lightly. There are many ways to reduce risk and bolster the effectiveness of your garage door in protecting your home, possessions, and family. Here are four simple tips that can go a long way. Read More 

Going Green With Your Home Lighting

The traditional incandescent and fluorescent bulbs are being phased out in favor of newer energy-efficient designs. They use less energy, generate less heat and give you a variety of lighting options depending on the room. Here is the rundown on current lighting types and how you can mix and match them to create the right mood in any room. Halogen Lights These bulbs contain a small amount of halogen gas which glows when electricity is applied. Read More 

An Overview Of 4 Types Of Home Siding

When the time comes to get new siding for your home, you may have questions about which material to go with. While cost is a huge consideration and often a deciding factor for many homeowners, you must also look at factors like maintenance and lifespan as well. By understanding the differences between wood, aluminum, vinyl, fiber cement, and stone veneer, you will be able to make an informed decision. Wood Read More 

Most Common Misconceptions Concerning Composite Roofing On Commercial Buildings

The roofing that you have on your commercial property provides a protective layer between your property and the elements outdoors. This fact should be heavily considered any time you are making a change to a new roofing type. However, the Internet is full of misleading information and you cannot always rely on what other people tell you. Composite roofing is a material that has been in use for years and often comes along with misconceptions about installation and function. Read More