How to Protect Your Coastal Home from Flood Damage

The recent devastation caused by Hurricane Ida has every coastal homeowner thinking about how they can protect their property from flood damage. The best way to protect your home and possessions from sudden and severe storms is to carry out a range of preparations...

Why Is Home Energy Efficiency So Important?

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) reports that the average household spends $1,500 to $2,500 on energy bills each year. These costs are piled on top of mortgages, property taxes, and many other household expenses. For homeowners, paychecks seem to slip...

How to Identify Energy Loss to Save Money and Protect Your Home

While you may have accepted that homeownership is not cheap, sometimes a bill can make your jaw drop. Certain expenses like your mortgage payments are fixed costs, so you can plan ahead. However, variable costs like utilities can catch you by surprise. Wondering what...

5 Ways to Reduce Energy Loss in Your Home

We’re sure that at some point, you’ve had some “sticker shock” at how expensive it has become to maintain a home. Finding ways to save money is crucial for any homeowner now more than ever. One way to lower utility costs, and potentially save on repairs, is to improve...

A Guide to Understanding Heat Damage

Homes are vulnerable to a host of threats during the summer storm season from natural disasters, accidental damages, and the regular wear and tear of the environment. While coastal homeowners may not have to worry about hurricanes or tropical storms all year long,...
Protecting Your Home against Saltwater Damage

Protecting Your Home against Saltwater Damage

Depending on geographic location, every home has a unique set of environmental concerns, from storm threats and seasonal temperature fluctuations to high humidity and moisture. For residents along coastal Delaware and the mid-Atlantic region, owning a shore home often...