Avoiding Winter Water Damage at Home

Avoiding Winter Water Damage at Home In addition to chilly temperatures and snowy scenery, winter weather brings an increased risk of water damage to your home. Winter is notorious for being cold and wet, and large amounts of snow and ice can have severe consequences....

Preventing Broken Water Pipes This Winter

You still have time to prevent broken water pipes before Old Man Winter officially arrives. Cold temperatures can cause water pipes to freeze. Freezing in a pipe creates pressure inside of the pipe, and can cause the pipe to burst and likely lead to flooding. If no...

New Year’s Eve Safety

As the new year approaches, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. You can watch the ball drop with your family, host a gathering with friends, or even count down to midnight out on the town at a public party. Whether you’re ringing in the new year at home or spending...

Detecting Exterior Wall Rot

Recently, there has been an increased interest in wall rot under stucco and stone veneered homes. Homes are seeing issues with wall rot as early as ten years after construction. If you own a stucco/ veneered home, there may be a reason to be concerned.  Stucco wall...

Remediating Exterior Wall Rot The Right Way

Stucco Repair vs Remediation Stucco and EIFS homes have begun experiencing significant problems due to poor design and poor installation of water management systems under the Stucco or EIFS. These problems, when left unattended, grow in severity to the point that some...

What Is Exterior Wall Rot?

There is no doubt that stucco provides a beautiful durable alternative to traditional siding. When installed properly, stucco provides a weather resistant, long lasting and high-quality surface that doesn’t rot, rust, or burn. It really does sound like the best...