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If you have water leaking inside your house from your ceilings, you may have roof damage from winter ice dams. Ice dams can be devastating if they aren’t taken care of quickly. They can seriously damage your shingles, warp your rafters, and let water into…
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Insurance companies can be a life saver in times of need. When a tree falls on your home or roof is damaged by a storm or your water pipes burst and destroy your basement, you can count on your insurance company to work with you to get the damage repaired…
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Winter is officially here, and snow, hail, and ice can cause severe winter storm damage to your roof. If you suspect that your home has winter storm damage, CALL US FIRST! Even in good weather conditions, it can be dangerous to get on your roof. Heavy…
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Winterizing Your Home If you haven’t started preparing for winter yet, there are many steps that you can take to winterize your home. Some of them are simple, and can be done on your own in a weekend. Others are more complex, and may require a qualified…
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Picking the right roofing contractor may feel overwhelming. Many insurance companies require you to get 3 or more estimates from different contractors. The most common mistake that homeowners make when choosing a contractor is to go with the lowest price.…
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Your roof is one of the most important elements of your house. It protects you from the elements. It’s your job to protect it from wear and tear by keeping up on regular roof maintenance and assessments. If your area has recently been hit with a bad…
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Storm damage is a broad term. It could refer to something major, like a torrential downpour or hail that tears off or punches holes in your shingles. It could also be something seemingly minor, like wind lifting your shingles or shifting your siding. A…
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Tips to prevent a kitchen fire!
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Check it out! STOP leaks before they happen! battery-powered water leak alarms, . Sensors are placed on the floor next to plumbing fixtures and appliances like washing machines and water heaters. When the sensors detect even the tiniest bit of water, the alarm puts out an ear-splitting scream to announce a leak. You can also set a sensor on your basement floor to detect and warn you if water is seeping in from outside or if your sump pump has stopped work
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Did you know one in 22 households will have a cooking fire each year? #emergencyfixedurgently #rebuild911 #insurancerestoration #MAHONING #canfield #youngstown
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