As a homeowner, you’re going to have something break. There’s nothing you can do to stop it. Good regular maintenance on your home will slow that down, but eventually you will need to repair something in your home.
My name is Jiles and I’ve been working in the building industry for over 20 years. I have worked on every aspect of building a house from foundation to roofing. I started my own business where I specialized in home repairs and fixing other “contractors” shoddy work. Read More
You finally did it! You worked hard, you saved your money, you kept your credit score high, and you bought a house. Maybe you got lucky and purchased your dream home, move-in ready. Chances are, you’re going to have to make a few upgrades to the house in order to make it perfect. It’s possible that you decided to dive head first into a complete fixer-upper. Remodeled kitchen, rebuilt deck, refinished hardwoods, restored moulding, fresh paint, new roof, and maybe even an addition. And even if you did buy a turn-key house that already has everything you ever dreamed of, eventually one of those things is going to break and before you know it you will knee deep in home repairs.
So who’s going to do this work? Read More