For many of us, our home is one of our largest investments. To keep it in the best shape possible, it’s so important to take the time to maintain it. Your roofing, siding, and gutters undergo substantial wear and tear from severe weather including hail,
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Committed to maintaining the industry-leading accreditations, Home Repair is proud to be a certified IKO ROOFPRO Craftsman Premier Installer. IKO Roofing continues to be a worldwide leader in roofing shingles and products for more than 60 years. This means you can rest easy knowing your home
It’s National Home Improvement Month! Spring is the perfect time to boost your resale value, whether you’re staying for years or selling in the near future. Your home’s curb appeal plays a pivotal role in setting your home apart from other properties in the neighborhood.
It’s National Hurricane Preparedness Week! It’s time to get ready for Hurricane Season in the Atlantic Basin which runs from June 1 to November 30 each year. Check out these great tips from the National Weather Service to help you determine your personal hurricane risk,
It’s Tornado Awareness Month! Tornadoes are among the most destructive, costly, and unpredictable natural hazards. Spring is considered tornado season for much of the U.S., but tornadoes can occur any time of the year, and can also be spawned by hurricanes passing through. On average,
It’s Flood Safety Awareness Month! Flooding accounts for 90% of all natural disasters in the U.S., and can cause more damage than any other weather-related or storm event. Nearly every day, flooding happens somewhere in the country. It’s important to be aware of what to
Forbes Business Council Is an Invitation-Only Community for Successful Business Owners and Leaders ROCKVILLE, Md. — Home Repair, LLC CEO Tony Silva was inducted into the Forbes Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide. Home Repair is
Last Updated: January 25, 2021 You might think that maintenance projects, especially those that involve the exterior of your property, are best left to be tackled during warmer months. But you might be surprised to learn that winter can be one of the smartest seasons