Before tearing down that wall…

The so-called “open floor plan” is all the rage in architectural and realty circles, and it would seem that all it takes to achieve a more spacious living space is a sledgehammer and a dream. But before your impromptu audition for an HGTV home improvement show, there are some things you should consider. Most importantly,…

water damaged drywall

What To Do With Damaged Drywall

We use water in many places in our homes: bathrooms, washrooms, kitchen, and even outside for our landscaping. As helpful as it can be in our daily lives, it also can be destructive. Water on your walls and ceilings can at least become unsightly and at worst ruin drywall to the point where it falls…

toilet overflow

Cleaning Up A Toilet Overflow

The aftermath of an overflowed toilet is one of the biggest headaches of a homeowner. It smells. It creates a soggy mess. And it is extremely unsanitary. If this ever happens in your home, it is critical to act immediately to prevent permanent damage to your dwelling. A sewage backup occurs when there is a…

hurricane season

Hurricane Season – How to prepare

Hurricane season begins on June 1, so it’s time to review some basic safety information to keep you and your loved ones safe. While folks who live along tropical cyclone-vulnerable coastlines can become used to preparing for such devastating event, even people who live well inland can also be affected. As anybody who has experienced…

Home Emergency Service & Care

Home Emergency Service & Care

In the case of any natural or man-made disaster there are many things you need to keep in mind to keep or restore your home to safety for everyone. Damage from earthquakes, storms and other severe weather systems can be highly detrimental to your home inside and out both during and after the main damage…