Fire Restoration 101: What The Process Entails

A home fire is a traumatic experience, and it can sometimes feel like the recovery and restoration process simply prolongs that trauma. It is important, as a homeowner, to understand the restoration process before you experience a home fire. That way, you can go into the process feeling better informed and prepared for what is ahead. Eliminating confusion can make the restoration stages easier to navigate. Here's a look at some of the things to expect from your fire damage restoration process. Read More 

A Home Restoration Plan And Execution Guidelines

If your old bungalow is in disrepair, prepare a residential restoration plan. Restoring your home's structural materials and improving the aesthetics indoors and outdoors will provide you with a safe, habitable home that you can be proud of.  Begin With The Structure A residential restoration process will require some deconstruction steps. Tearing down damaged walls or ripping up carpeting may seem monumental, but will be essential in remedying any existing problems. Read More 

You Should Have Bats Professionally Removed

Bats play a very important role in the ecosystem. However, as helpful as they are, you still don't want to have them in your home. You also don't want to have them living along the exterior of your home. There are many reasons why you should have bats removed if you find that you have them living too close to your home, or in it. Here is more on why it's a good idea for you to call for professional bat removal if you find yourself dealing with bats at your home:  Read More 

Can You Identify Dangerous Foundation Cracks Just By Looking?

Residential foundations may look straightforward, but they're arguably one of the most complex elements of any structure. Your foundation needs to support the weight of your home (often referred to as a 'dead load') while also accounting for forces that can constantly change and shift. For example, hydrostatic pressure from soil moisture can vary dramatically with seasons and rainfall. Since foundations are so complex, foundation failures tend to be equally complex. Read More 

Restoring Your House After It Suffers Major Water Damage

Water damage occurring to the interior of your home can be one of the most damaging experiences that your property can go through. While there may be many different possible sources of water damage to your home, there are some essential pieces of information that can help the homeowner to navigate the repair process for the house. Avoid Assuming Areas With Tile Flooring Are Not Vulnerable To Water Damage There may be areas in your home that will have tile flooring. Read More