Don’t Underestimate the Risks of Wind Damage to Your Home

We typically associate exterior home damage with in-climate weather like rain, snow, or a tropical storm. Aside from making sure your doors and windows are closed or the garbage can isn’t rolling down the street, you may not consider the threat of wind to your home....

Learn These Water Damage Signs and Preventative Measures

Water damage is one of the most common and costly issues homeowners face. From minor leaks to major floods, moisture in the home can lead to serious structural damage. In this helpful guide, we will discuss how to proactively identify and prevent common causes of...

How Temperature and Humidity Affect Your Home

Protecting and maintaining the strength of your home’s interior and exterior should be of primary concern when regulating internal temperature and humidity. In this article, we’ll look at how internal temperature and humidity can contribute to changes and damages...

Identifying Exterior Home Damage and Taking Precautions

Caring for your home’s exterior is extremely important when trying to maintain its structural durability and longevity. The fall season is a great time to reinforce your home’s structure by repairing damages from wear-and-tear and weatherproofing before winter. In...
Things to Look for When Buying a New Home

Things to Look for When Buying a New Home

Buying a new home is a big decision that can often be stressful. You may be worried about unseen damages that could cost you hundreds to thousands of dollars, especially if you’re not buying new construction. Well, we’re here to help relieve some of that stress by...
Improving Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Improving Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Here in the Mid-Atlantic region, the end of summer/beginning of fall is a great time to improve the curb appeal of your home, especially before the holiday season. It certainly helps that sunny days with cooler weather makes it easier to make improvements to your home...