Category Archives: Home Maintenance Tips

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Hello everyone. I thought this would be a good time to talk about how to prevent frozen pipes. It is important during the winter to be mindful of warning signs and address any small plumbing issues immediately.

Fall Home Maintenance Tips!

Summer has come and gone and now the scents of fall are in in the air.  This fall home maintenance checklist is a great way to make sure your home is in good shape and ready for winter. If you have any questions or need assistance with these fall home maintenance projects, contact us! We’re here to […]

Spring Home Maintenance Tips!

After a long and brutal winter, it is finally officially Spring! For those of us who have been cooped up inside our homes, avoiding the cold and snow, we can now get out and enjoy fresh air again. It is also a great time to focus on your home — think about what home remodeling […]

Dale Gruber’s Winter Home Maintenance Tips!

Winter can give home a real performance test. Bitter cold temperatures for a prolonged period of time and then a sudden warmer day can cause a dramatic change to your home’s environment. As a result, you may notice a few things around your home — some are just natural, nothing to be concerned about, while […]

Winter Remodeling Projects

Just as Santa’s Workshop is busy working all year long, so too are we! A common misconception is that once the ground freezes, all projects need to be put off until spring time. Winter is actually an ideal time to complete various home improvement and remodeling projects.

Drywall Tips!

Drywall mistakes happen – whether it is from a DIY project or new construction. Here are a few of the most common drywall mistakes:

Do You Need a New Roof?

How often do you look at your roof? If you’re like most people, you maybe quickly glance up at the roof line while you are pulling in and out of the driveway. The fact is the roof has a BIG role – to protect your home, so it is best to give your roof some […]

DIY Drilling Tip!

You know the drill (pun intended)…you simply drill a hole in the wall only to have the dust fall all over to clean up or vacuum later. Kind of a pain. Well, we have the perfect DIY tip for you to eliminate that process.