Floods Aren’t What you Think

Weather patterns are changing. According to the EPA, a higher percentage of precipitation in the United States has come in the form of intense single-day events in recent years. The average flood claim amounted to nearly $42,000 (from 2010 to 2014). Urban areas are especially at risk because buildings, highways and parking lots can causeContinue reading “Floods Aren’t What you Think”

7 Tips to Maintain Your Property

Avoid letting the little issues many of us tend to overlook grow to become big problems¬†with unwelcome expenses. Roof: inspect the attic for water stains, check outside for loose or missing singles, promptly remove leaves or other debris, clean away mold and mildew promptly. Exterior walls and windows: look for cracked, flaking or chalky areas;Continue reading “7 Tips to Maintain Your Property”

Boost your productivity in 3 easy steps

We all complain about being busy: too much to do, too many emails, too many meetings. Our modern workplace demands so much from us. Technology promised us an increase in productivity that never really eventuated. You may have all of the high-tech productivity tools at your disposal to help you plan your time and manageContinue reading “Boost your productivity in 3 easy steps”

Preventing Ice Dams

Winter is just around the corner and now is the time to learn the steps to take in preventing damage to your home from ice dams. Ice dams are formed when melting snow and ice refreeze above the edge of a roof. Subsequent water from melting snow and ice backs up under the shingles. ThisContinue reading “Preventing Ice Dams”