2 Steps You Can Take To Convince Your City To Demolish The Abandoned Homes

According to Useful Community Development, having abandoned houses in a neighborhood drives down values of homes and increases the risks of crime. If your town is overwhelmed with old, rotting abandoned homes and buildings, you might be able to do something about it. Convincing your town to take action is the number one goal you should set, and here are two ways you might be able to do this. Form a Group Read More 

Dealing With Chimney Swift Problems In Wood Burning Stove Systems

Chimney swifts can seem like an annoying menace to some people. In the United States, you can be fined if a fire occurs because of them or if you kill them while trying to remove them. Unfortunately, once they are established, they can also increase your fire risk. So where does this leave you, the homeowner? In this instance, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Learn about these birds and how they can impact a wood burning stove in the article below. Read More 

Preventing Windshield Damage With Proper Glass Cleaning Methods

Car and truck windshields commonly become damaged by road debris and objects that fly through the air. The damage should be located as soon as possible so a windshield replacement can be completed. Once the work is done, you should try to protect your windshield as best you can to prevent future damage from occurring. Keeping your windshield clean is a good option to minimize breaks, so your wipers do not force hard debris against the surface of the glass. Read More 

Raise the Roof: 6 Problems You May Face if Your Home’s Roof Needs Repairs

It's easy to forget about the roof when it comes to basic home maintenance, because it isn't something you see close up on a regular basis. In fact if you're like most homeowners, you probably don't see more than the roof's surface when you head up to clear the leaves from your gutters. But a leaky or damaged roof can cause lots of havoc in your home. Here are six problems you can avoid by simply having your roof inspected once a year so it can be maintained and repaired as necessary. Read More 

5 Ways To Stay Cool While Waiting For Air Conditioner Repairs

It's the middle of summer, and your air conditioner dies on you. Of course, your handy HVAC guy will help, when he can. After all, most HVAC service companies stay pretty busy during the summer, and it could be days before your air is back in action. Don't lose your cool; use these five tips to help keep your home comfortable while waiting for the repair man to help you. Create your own cool breeze Read More