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Why Are My Water Pipes So Noisy?

By Jon on September 30, 2020

Since the first aqueducts were built more than 2,000 years ago, people have relied on different water supply systems to get potable water to and throughout their homes. But with the introduction of modern plumbing systems, increasing numbers of people have been complaining about different noises coming from pipes.

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How to Get Financing for Foundation Repair

By Jon on September 24, 2020

Many homes in our area, including the best-designed ones, are bound to run into foundation problems at some point. Typically caused by differential settlement, seasonal weather changes, expansive soils, and/or poor drainage, serious foundation problems are quite difficult and costly to fix. But considering that these problems can cause major structural damage to your home, fixing them is of paramount importance in order to keep your home in top shape.

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What is Covered by a Foundation Repair Lifetime Warranty

By Jon on August 20, 2020

There are two different types of lifetime warranties when it comes to foundations of homes. First there is a limited lifetime warranty which really covers less than what customers think. This kind of warranty often requires the customer to pay for the cost of the adjustment after only one or five years.

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How to Protect Your Houston Home From Flooding

By Jon on August 6, 2020

Buying a house in the Houston area can be overwhelming. Living near the coast can cause some house problems when it comes to flooding, but there is something we can do to help prevent that. It is important that you know the flooding risk of the area in which you live. You should have preparations done to your home, such as a flood control system. Also by contacting your flood insurance agent for any additional recommendations to protect your home. Most home insurances do not offer flood insurance, and that is why living in Houston, some people may make flood insurance mandatory.

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Cost to Fix a Foundation in 2020

By Jon on July 22, 2020

The foundation of our homes has changed over time, becoming more detailed and advanced. The process of having to fix your foundation can be scary and cost a lot of money. It is important to remember that repairing your foundation does not mean that you are starting over. We are only fixing what is broken and leaving the good alone.

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PEX or Copper? Which is More Sustainable?

By Jon on July 7, 2020

Not too long ago, professionals were challenged to create a structure, other than copper, that is sustainable, cost-effective, and high performing. Environmental building designs had shifted and the industry needed something new that could do the job. However, the new technology we have helps find the happy medium of being environmentally safe as well as still making money. 

Topics: Pipes PEX
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Flooding in Houston: What You Should Know Before, During, and After

By Jon on June 10, 2020

If you live in a flood-prone area, you most probably know that the effects of failing to prepare for a flood in Houston can range from slight discomfort to devastation. Thanks to the National Weather Service, which issues flood watches and warnings when flooding is possible or imminent, floods no longer take us by surprise. But just being aware of a potential flooding event cannot help you prevent water damage to your home. The following guidelines are designed to help you properly prepare for a flood and protect yourself, your family, and your home during and after one. 

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Top 10 Maintenance-Free Flowers and Plants

By Jon on May 27, 2020

During the summer, many homeowners love spending time outdoors and tending to their flower beds. On the downside, maintaining a beautiful flower bed can take a lot of time and effort, especially during the hot summer months. Luckily, there’s a much easier way to work more efficiently, so you can spend more time enjoying your flower bed than tending to it. And it all starts with choosing the right flowers, plants, and trees.

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Landscaping to Improve Your Home’s Drainage

By Jon on May 22, 2020

Poor drainage and uncontrolled water runoff are two factors that could cause water to collect near your home. Water pooling around your foundation can lead to various issues, including pest infestations, wood rot, mold growth, and extensive damage to your home and additional structures like walkways, driveways, porches, and patios. All these can significantly lower the value of your property. 

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Preparing Your Lawn for Houston’s Summer

By Jon on May 13, 2020

With the summer fast approaching, commercial property owners, facility managers, and homeowners alike should consider the most effective ways to protect the structural integrity of their properties before the hot weather sets in. To help, we’ve put together a succinct guide that explains how you can prepare and maintain your lawn in order to prevent foundation damage during the hottest summer months.    

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