Winterizing Your Home Starts with Education - House Damage
Prevention - I have written quite a few articles to educate homeowners
about home repair costs, home maintenance and now I would like to talk
to you about winterizing your home to prevent any possible home damage.
How to Prevent Additional Home Repair Damage in the Future -
Whenever I am doing a home repair on someone's home, they rarely ask me
how the damage actually happened or how to even prevent it from
happening again in the future. I've always thought this was rather odd,
but it seems like most homeowners accept the fact that home repairs will
need to be done in the future and they will rarely even question it.
I Really Have To Fix My Water Leaks? - By the time you're done
reading this article, you should have a pretty good idea and be able to
answer this question on your own. There are thousands of homes all over
the country today that have water leak problems and aren't doing
anything about it.
Source for Tricks of the Trade Damage Repairs - One of the best
sources for tricks of the trade home repairs that I have ever found,
have been books on home repairs and remodeling. These books can often be
a valuable source filled with amazing tips that can save you time and
that ever so precious dollar or money.
House Damages from One Small Water Leak - It's hard to imagine, how
much damage to one house, one small water leak can do. I'm the person
they call, to fix this damage and I've seen plenty of homes, that have
been severely damaged, simply because there was one very small water
Fire Hydrant Home Water Damage - I was amazed to see what kind of
damage a fire hydrant could do to a house, when broken. It was like
spraying hundreds of garden hoses on the roof of a house and watching
the water cascade off like a powerful waterfall. I was simply amazed and
still can't believe the damage I witnessed as the fire hydrant covered
the entire house with water.
You Enter a Home That Is Severely Damaged? - I'm going to save you a
lot of trouble, and won't make you read any more of the article, if you
don't want to. The answer to this question is, ” No.“ If the house is
missing most of its siding, stucco or interior drywall, it doesn't have
the structural strength, that it once had.