411homerepair.com

Safety / Security

Safety Tips for Scaffolding Workers

Safety Tips for Scaffolding Workers

by Boris Dzhingarov on Oct 27, 2015

It can be very dangerous to work on a scaffold, particularly if the structure doesn’t comply with the set safety standards. It is vital that you know the various safety procedures that exist and that you follow these properly. This is the only way to avoid very serious accidents. Continue reading →

3192 Views
Holiday Home Safety Tips That Are Often Overlooked

Holiday Home Safety Tips That Are Often Overlooked

by Kira on Nov 29, 2015

While preparing for the holidays, it is easy to forget about basic safety measures. Nevertheless, home decoration and celebration with the family should pose a hazard, neither in the short nor in the long run. Continue reading →

2881 Views
Safety Tips for Heating a House During Winter

Safety Tips for Heating a House During Winter

by Kira on Nov 29, 2015

Sometimes, a winter storm can knock the power out in the whole building. When the power goes out, there are a few options for heating the house, such as space heaters, fireplaces, wood-burning stoves and kerosene heaters. Continue reading →

2964 Views
The Most Effective Ways to Secure Your Home

The Most Effective Ways to Secure Your Home

by Boris Dzhingarov on Dec 13, 2015

Securing your home should be one of your main priorities. Burglars keep finding new ways to enter homes, so it’s important to add as many security features inside and outside your home to reduce the possibility of a break in. Security products keep getting better and more advanced. There are plenty of security-related products to choose from and ways to prevent a burglary. Continue reading →

3137 Views
Protecting Your Home By Extending Your Security System

Protecting Your Home By Extending Your Security System

by Sally Smith on Jan 20, 2016

Although most established neighborhoods have been equipped with basic home burglar alarm type of security for a few decades, it has only been in the past few years that innovators have created new mass-market types of door locks and security that can augment and upgrade the capabilities of a traditional system in a way that makes sense for most people. Continue reading →

3147 Views
How to Protect Your Home From Burglaries

How to Protect Your Home From Burglaries

by Guest on Feb 19, 2016

Hopefully, you are reading this as a preemptive measure, but too often people don't consider their home security until after the worst has already happened. Burglary is an unfortunate reality of life and can often be a traumatic and expensive experience for the victims. Continue reading →

3024 Views
Remodeling Your Home to be Handicap Accessible

Remodeling Your Home to be Handicap Accessible

by Guest on Feb 23, 2016

If you or someone you love lives with limited mobility, you know what a hassle functioning in inaccessible spaces can be. Just getting into an inaccessible home is a chore, let alone using the appliances or plumbing. Continue reading →

2672 Views
Why Only Professionals Should Remove Asbestos?

Why Only Professionals Should Remove Asbestos?

by Guest on Feb 27, 2016

When you perform any home renovation project it usually comes with a lot of dust around you. If this dust contains asbestos its fibers may come inside your airways and cause serious lung disease and sometimes even some types of lung cancer. Continue reading →

2837 Views
The Importance of Choosing a Certified Gas Installer

The Importance of Choosing a Certified Gas Installer

by Guest on Mar 19, 2016

Putting your trust in the wrong hands can be risky, especially when you are talking about fitting your home gas appliances. Faulty workmanship when it comes to a boiler installation, fitting gas appliances, and pipework repairs can put your life and that of your family at risk. Continue reading →

1200 Views
5 Scary Examples of How Not to Use a Ladder

5 Scary Examples of How Not to Use a Ladder

by Guest on Mar 22, 2016

In any situation where you employ a ladder for high level access, its correct use can make all the difference between life and death, literally. You wouldn’t think it was that difficult to work out how to use a ladder properly, would you? However, the 5 photos below clearly show that nothing can be taken for granted. Continue reading →

7921 Views

Latest Articles

When Does My Roof Need to be Replaced?

Your home is probably the most valuable asset you own. In the interest of maintaining its value, it will need some maintenance over time. Included...

on May 20, 2022

6 Reasons Why Your House Is Not Selling

As soon as you decide that you need to sell your house, time starts to fly. As of June 2021, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported...

on May 17, 2022

14 Tips and Tricks to Help You Unpack Efficiently After Moving

Moving is in itself a monumental project taking a lot of planning and time. Once you have made it to your new home along with your belongings, a...

on May 9, 2022

What is the Average Cost to Repair a Foundation?

The most important part of any structure is the foundation, considering that it gives support to everything above it and ensures that the structure...

on Apr 26, 2022

6 Favored Methods for Foundation Waterproofing You Should Know

If you have ever walked down to your basement and noticed a small trickle of water or a small puddle on the floor, you may dismiss it as no big...

on Apr 24, 2022

Sponsored Articles

More DIY Articles

3 Tips for Dealing with a Ghosting Contractor

Being ghosted by anyone is upsetting. But when you have paid a contractor to do work and then they drop off the face of the earth, it is even...

Hire Contractors / Estimates

Check these Areas of Your Home before Winter Arrives

Taking a few precautions to winterize your home before the cold temperatures roll in can boost your home’s energy efficiency for the winter and...

HVAC / Air Conditioning

Tips to Design a Small Kitchen

Small kitchen sets have a unique set of challenges and only the one who owns a small kitchen can understand them. Face it- in a small kitchen, you...

Kitchen / Bathrooms

5 Ways to Spice Up Your Kitchen

After a long winter of being cooped up inside, indoor projects may be the last thing on your mind. But the kitchen an unavoidable part of the home...

Interior Design / Decor

Which Mover Should You Choose?

When you are relocating from one house to another in the same city or even if you are relocating to another part of the country, you will find that...

Real Estate / Finance

Contact Us | Submit Article | 411homerepair © 2022