Heating is the second leading cause of U.S. home fires and injuries. Make sure you know the right winter fire safety tips to stay secure this season.
Any physical property damage done to your house can be cleaned out and fixed, but sometimes we overlook the potential damage to your health.
Lingering water can cause structural damage to your house and creates an environment for mold to thrive. Learn how to dry out your walls after water damage.
There is still quite the laundry list of duties that need to be taken care of as you prepare for autumn home maintenance activities.
Ready.gov recognizes September as National Preparedness Month. The overarching theme this month focuses on disaster preparation.
You are finally making that special trip! Now you should know the proper steps on how to prevent water damage while you are on vacation.
Your house survived through the cold winter, and your pipes held strong through freezing temps, but pipe bursts can still happen in the summer.
We can be thankful to have a roof over our heads, but let’s not take that same roof for granted. Homeowners should be sure to prevent a leaking roof.
April showers can spell disaster, as potential heavy rains during the spring season can cause an unwanted sewage backup in your home.
While February’s flood waters have receded, and the initial flooded basement cleanup has been completed, it’s important to be aware of any changes.
If you’re one of the thousands of West Michigan families affected by the early thaw, the most obvious question after a flood is “How to remove wet carpet.”
Ice between along your gutter rail can block the flow of melting snow off your roof and damage your roofing, making ice dam damage repair a necessity.