Is Your Crawl Space Ready for Winter?

Is Your Crawl Space Ready for Winter?

As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, you may start thinking about home maintenance to prepare for the winter. Fall is a great time to take on some of these projects, especially with more comfortable temperatures and drier weather that allow for working...
Spray Foam Insulation: Pros & Cons

Spray Foam Insulation: Pros & Cons

When owning a home in Middle Tennessee, most of us learn quickly that good insulation is critical in keeping our homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer.    Many houses, especially older homes, tend to have traditional fiberglass insulation. While the...
Poor Drainage: Your Home’s Worst Enemy

Poor Drainage: Your Home’s Worst Enemy

Our homes are probably the most valuable things we will own in our lifetimes, and we want to do everything we can to protect them. But sometimes it’s the seemingly small, barely noticed things that pose the greatest danger to the stability and safety of our homes....
How Clean Is the Air In Your Home?

How Clean Is the Air In Your Home?

Air.         Breath.                      Scent, smell. odor.                                                 Mold, mildew, chemicals, radon.  How clean is the air you breathe in your home? To answer that question, you first need to ask how clean the air is in your...
Crawl Space Encapsulation – What Is That?

Crawl Space Encapsulation – What Is That?

Crawl Space Encapsulation Owning a home is a big goal for most people; however, homeownership comes with certain responsibilities, including general upkeep and preventive maintenance. Whether your home is newly built or pre-loved, you want to protect it so that it can...
Crawlspace or Basement?

Crawlspace or Basement?

Depending on where you grew up, you may be more familiar with basements than crawlspaces. Nowadays, however, it’s much more common to find newer homes in the southeast built with crawlspaces rather than basements.    You may be wondering what the difference is...