Posted February 7, 2019 by Vernon Trollinger
Whether it happens in your ceiling because of a leaky roof, condensation from your central air conditioning, or flooding, repairing water-damaged drywall can cause you anxiety and aggravation, especially if you’ve never done it before. After all, the ceilings and walls in your home are supposed to be solid and sturdy, and tearing a hole into one should be really complicated. It’s actually far from it. True, the process will take some prep work and make a bit of a mess, but with a little patience and care you can make the damage practically invisible in just a few days.
Posted July 3, 2017 by Jessica Bivins
A flood is nothing to trifle with. High waters can create an astonishing amount of damage. At the same time, it comes with great risk to people’s safety — more so than even the most placid surface would indicate. That’s why it’s important to arm yourself with information and be prepared to keep yourself and your family safe in any flooding event.
Posted July 30, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
When flooding damages to your home, your family will face a whole range of heartache. Your home is your biggest asset, so you want to know right away what to do if you’re displaced, the costs you’re facing, and most of all when you can go back home. Until you can answer those questions, you’re going to feel vulnerable, anxious, and stressed.
Posted July 14, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
No matter where you live, when flooding damages to your home, your family will face a whole range of heartache, especially if you’re displaced to temporary lodging. Your home is your biggest asset, so you want to know right away how bad it is, what costs you’re facing, and most of all, how long it will take to make it just like new. Until you can answer those questions, you’re going to feel vulnerable, anxious, and stressed.
Posted June 1, 2015 by Ebony Porter
Flooding in certain regions of the country has caused folks to reconsider the possibility of flooding in their area, and many of these people realize they know little about what they should do when caught in a flood.
Posted May 24, 2015 by Ebony Porter
Major storms have descended on the southern part of the country, leaving Texas and other states to deal with massive flooding. Whether you are currently experiencing a flood, or live in an area that could experience flooding in the future, it’s important to have the right information at hand to minimize the danger to your family, your home and your belongings.