So you've discovered some wood that has been deteriorated by the elements or attacked by an animal and now you're ready to address it. You start to wonder what would be the best option? Replace it or repair it? There are actually quite a few things to consider when making this decision. Let's take a look at it from both sides. Replace it. Questions to ask: • Is the wood readily available? Can you go to a home improvement center or lumber yard and purchase the size and di
DON'T......use paid lead services. These are companies such as Thumbtack, Home Advisor and Amazon Home Services. They claim to do all the homework for you and find the best services that fit your needs. There a few problems with this. First, services that do great work and do everything they promise they will do are busy enough through referrals and promoting themselves through their own sources. So you will most likely be getting second fiddle. Second, these paid service
When you have a painting contractor come out to look at the work you need done on your home you expect that they know what they are doing and have the ability to meet your service needs. Here are some questions you can ask to make sure you are making the right hiring decision. 1. Do you have references? What better way to know if the company you're potentially going to hire has a history of happy customers and can vouch for their character. Nowadays, I find that people don'