3 Signs Your Well Pump Needs Servicing

Your home needs a well pump to push the water into your home and keep everything running smoothly. If your well pump starts acting up, it could end costing you a lot of money to fix the problem if you don't do something about it right away. You need to know what the warning signs are and what you need to do to correct the problem. If you notice one of the following signs with your pump, you need to turn to a licensed professional for help. [Read More]

What To Do When A Hail Storm Damages Your Roof

A hail storm can be very damaging to your property, especially your asphalt roof since it is fully exposed to the wind and hail. The first thing you should do after the storm has passed and it's safe to go outside is to take pictures and videos of your house and roof. Be sure to take photos of the hail if there are pieces still on the ground. The pictures and videos can be used as evidence for your insurance claim. [Read More]

5 Reasons To Replace Your Garage Door Opener

Garage doors are a part of your home that always need to be inspected to be sure that it is working correctly. The garage door is made up of many moving parts that may need to be replaced over time to improve safety. One thing that may need to be replaced at some point would be the garage door opener, either because of safety concerns or new technologies that would make your garage door easier for you to use. [Read More]

Why You Should Think About Upgrading To Spray Foam Insulation

If your old fiberglass insulation is compacted or wet, it isn't working as well as it should. Fiberglass has to be dry and fluffy for it to insulate well. If you need to replace your insulation anyway, you may want to upgrade to spray foam. Spray foam is an excellent insulator and it has other advantages too. Here's why you should consider using it in your home. Blocks Water [Read More]