Preparing The Exterior Of Your Home For A Hurricane

If you live where you have to worry about hurricane force winds then you want to make sure you take all of the steps that you can to protect the exterior of your home from damage caused by those winds. Here are some of the things you should do in preparation for hurricane season so you know your home is as safe as possible: Consider installing impact-resistant windows in your home [Read More]

Keep These Tips In Mind When Replacing Your Central HVAC

Replacing a central heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is not a cheap thing; it will cost you thousands of dollars. You don't want to spend that much money and end up with an inefficient system. The following tips will ensure that your money is well spent when replacing your HVAC system: You Don't Necessarily Need the Exact Size A replacement doesn't necessarily mean taking out the HVAC and replacing it with a similar one. [Read More]

3 Things To Know About Your Private Water Well If Your Property Is Exposed To A Hurricane

When you are in the process of preparing for an impending hurricane, water will be one of your top priorities. You will probably spend a lot of time stocking up on bottled water, filling containers around the house, and generally making sure you can make it a few days even if you don't have access to running water. If you rely on a private water well for your home water supply, preparing for a hurricane can take on whole new meanings. [Read More]

Remove Pine Tar From Your Workshop's Rooftop

If tall pine trees surround your workshop and pine tar has accumulated on a few of the shingles that cover the roof, removing the tar will preserve the appearance of the rooftop and will eliminate excess weight from being applied to shingles which could cause them to bend or crack. The project below will teach you how to remove pine tar and clean the roof. Upon completing the project, hire a tree service to trim branches on the pine trees so that shingles are no longer exposed to pine tar: [Read More]