Window Replacement: The Best Type for Your Home

While windows can last for a relatively long time, there are some signs for when you need to get new ones, such as having frost or condensation on the inside, or when your windows are cracked, loose, or drafts freely blow through them. However, you have to know what...

Disaster Recovery: Planning Damage Repair With Insurance

At a time when homes have become more vulnerable to natural disasters such as fires, floods, storms, and hurricanes, it is perhaps one of the best pieces of advice to insure your home against such contingencies. Relying on insurance minimizes the loss that so many...

Disaster Recovery: What To Do With Asbestos

For a house built before 1990, there is a high probability that it contains asbestos fibro sheeting, which is quite difficult to determine. Oftentimes, it is not visible whether the fibro sheeting has asbestos or doesn’t. The best thing to do in such a situation is to...

What is Synthetic Stucco?

After the 1950’s, stucco remained popular as an exterior, but people wanted a cheaper alternative to this. Synthetic stucco was then created, which is made of cement panels or foam insulation board secured to the walls. While this synthetic alternative looks genuine,...