As children, whenever windows fogged over, we couldn’t resist the urge to draw a smiley face on the foggy pane. Like most things, the simple things have lost their charm as we’ve aged. Now, windows filled with condensation can cause homeowners distress. Condensation is one of the telltale signs that your home might be suffering from hidden water damage. Here
Not all of us are fans of snow, but all of us will take snow over hail damage any day. Unfortunately, there is not much you can do to protect yourself from an unexpected hail storm, but you can be proactive in fixing the damage caused to your home and other belongings. Here’s why you should address hail damage immediately
Temperatures start to plummet during the winter months, leaving your water pipes a hazard if left unattended. This can prove to be catastrophic if you are away for the holidays or on a vacation. Luckily, there are some precautions you can take while away to make sure your pipes do not freeze and burst in the sub-zero temperatures winter brings.
Set down those cleaning tools! When it comes to DIY projects, Pinterest and YouTube are your best friends for inspiration. Yet, there are some house projects that you should leave to the professionals, such as removing mold from your home. Removing mold is not an overly complicated process but is a process that should be handled by professionals to make
When it comes to maintaining your home, how your home smells is often neglected. As we live in our space, we become accustomed to the smells and odors that surround us. Here are a few lingering smells that could be tainted the air in your home and why you should get them looked at by a professional ASAP: Odors related
Would you consider your loved one a pack rat? Trouble throwing away items, regardless of their value, is one of the telltale signs of hoarding. Hoarding can have serious consequences financially, physically, mentally and even emotionally. Hoarding negatively impacts an individual’s life by creating unlivable conditions due to the unnecessary clutter. Unfortunately, these problems are not usually addressed until disaster
When your life is uprooted by a housefire, the first thing you want to do is return to your home. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. Many individuals do not take into account the smoke damage that has affected their home. In addition, many want to skimp on clean-up costs because they are deemed unnecessary. This is far from the truth.
The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a grueling and harsh winter. It’s going to be long and cold. That means leaky and burst pipes could be a huge issue for your home this year. Freezing can lead to burst pipes if you don’t catch it in time, but other causes can also lead to leaky or burst pipes. Rust, installation issues,
Natural disasters or fire can affect your home or business in many ways. Such an incident is scary and overwhelming. It’s hard to know where to start the cleanup or what can be saved. It’s not something people like to think about or plan for but knowing where you can turn when your life turns upside down is the first
If the wildfires in California last summer taught us anything it’s that disaster and tragedy can strike at any time. Disaster doesn’t care how large your home is or what neighborhood you live it. It can happen at any time to anyone. So how do you cope with and move forward after something like that happens? Royal Renovations understands