Kickstart your 2015 with these five New Year’s resolutions to improve the health of your home.
The start of a new year always comes abound with promises and resolutions. And as you may know from firsthand experience, only about 8% of people who make annual promises actually achieve their January 1st goals and objectives. However, if you’re a homeowner, there may be some simple, yet invaluable DIY home improvement resolutions that you may have been neglecting.
Sometimes, catching a water leak can turn into a classic case of “whodunnit”. While it may not be the usual suspect, the bathtub overflow drain can be the cause of many bathroom leaks. If you think this might be the case, check for a water stain in the ceiling below a bathroom- a tell tale sign of a leaking tub above. While it may seem like ripping a hole the ceiling is the only way to make a fix, it’s often possible to resolve the problem from above.
Use the following steps to figure out the exact source of
Mintaining Ideal Indoor Humidity
We all know the discomfort that comes with extreme humidity levels in the air, but what if we told you that those extremes were a hazard to your home, too? It turns out maintaining ideal indoor humidity plays a huge role in keeping your home and family healthy.
Protecting Your Vacation Home and Rental Properties
Did you know that water damage claims are the second most frequent homeowners insurance claims filed on average?* Before taking off for extended periods of time, prepare and safeguard your home so you don’t return to a wet, expensive mess.
Avoid expensive Air conditioner repair. Check out these tips.
We all love the summer heat… as long as we have our air conditioning. Depending on the climate, there may be instances when a bit of condensation is normal, so determining if you have a problem on your hands can be difficult. But Wally is here to help! Take a chill pill and read on for our suggestions for determining if your air conditioner is hard at work or hardly working
Your pool was made for wet and wild fun, so it seems like the one part of a home that should never have you worried when it comes to water damage. However, pools mean pool equipment (like pumps and motors) which could spell danger for drier parts of your home or property.