Remodeling Your Home? 2 Ways To Protect Your Investment

Are you planning on remodeling your house? After scrimping and saving for years, you might be excited to run to the store, gather some supplies, and start a few projects. Unfortunately, unless you work as a professional contractor, it isn't always easy to know what to tackle first and which materials to use. Here are two ways to protect your investment so that you don't end up with buyer's remorse later:  Read More 

Removing Carpet After Water Damage

Experiencing a house flood is a traumatic, stressful experience. After the worst is over and the standing water has been removed, you will most likely be facing carpet that is seriously damaged. If your flood wasn't too extreme, you might be able to dry your carpet out to the point where it doesn't have to be replaced. However, if you were faced with a large amount of standing water, you will most likely have to tear out your carpet so that new carpet can be installed. Read More