When Should You Repair or Replace Rotten Wood? If you have rotten wood on your porch, deck, siding, or in your home, it's important to know whether you should repair it or replace it. Not only is rotting wood an eyesore, but it can be a safety hazard and legal liability as well. The last thing you want is for your...

Have you ever wondered how much weight a ceiling fan can hold? Maybe you’re decorating your home and have questions about what you can potentially hang from your ceiling fan. Or perhaps you’re hanging a ceiling fan from an electrical box. It's important to make proper calculations before proceeding with ceiling fan installation. How Much Weight Can a Ceiling Fan Hold? So,...

Water damage can be time-consuming to clean up and is destructive. It can cause the wood to become discolored, warped, and weakened and can be susceptible to rotting and mold growth. Waterproofing should be looked at as a proactive approach to protecting your investment–and your family–from leaks, damage, and harmful mold. How do you waterproof kitchen cabinets? If you’re waterproofing your...

Can you picture it? You’re moving your china cabinet, someone loses their grip and a huge scratch is made on the hardwood floor. Or, a big stain winds up on the carpet because you didn’t know something was leaking while you were moving boxes. What a disaster! Top selling realtors in Tulsa, OK gave us their top tips for protecting your...

What to Do If the Siding on Your House is Turning Green Is the siding on your house starting to turn green? This can ruin the aesthetic of your home and be a big eyesore to not only you but also your neighbors. While there are effective ways of removing the green stains, it's important to figure out exactly what is...