3 Ways To Change The Look Of A Plain Exterior With Modern Siding Systems
27 May 2015
If you have a home with a plain look to it, you may want to renovate it with a new siding finish. There are systems available today that can provide you with an affordable solution to get any look you want for the exterior of your home. These systems can give you different siding looks, masonry and even contemporary styles for your home. If you want to change the look of your home, here are some of the ways you can do it:
Debunking Two Common Water Damage Misconceptions
21 May 2015
Every year there are an almost countless number of homes that are stricken with some degree of water damage. Unfortunately, this damage has the potential to render your home unsafe for occupation. While it is possible to have this damage repaired, homeowners need to be properly informed about this threat and the repairs it takes to be able to make smart and informed decisions for their home. After dispelling the following two myths, you should find yourself in a much better position to have this type of damage to your home addressed.
How To Restore Photographs After A Fire
15 May 2015
A household fire is devastating. Even if you were home and had time to grab all of your photographs, they may have sustained some damage from the smoke or fireman's hose. Your precious family photographs may need to be restored after a fire. But all is not lost. There are professional services that can handle this for you, which is recommended for any antique or extremely delicate photographs. But there are also things you can do on your own to save your pictures.
Don't Let A Flood Take Your Memories Too: How To Salvage Your Priceless Photos
14 May 2015
Having to clean your home after a flood or other disaster is distressing enough, but losing all your precious photographs due to water damage adds insult to injury. Here's how to salvage those priceless photos.
Act Quickly. Don't let the photos dry out! Wet photographs will stick together, encouraging mold growth and causing further damage. If they dry while they are stuck together, attempting to separate them could cause irreparable harm.