On our blog we’ve done a lot of talking about hurricanes. It’s only natural. We help people manage the way weather effects their home. And hurricanes are not only a whole lot of weather, they’re almost a fixture in the Tampa metro area. This year NOAA predicts a normal hurricane season, with 9 to 15 named storms. 4 to 8 of those could become hurricanes. And they predict at least 2 to 4 major hurricanes. We’ve gathered a few resources to help people in our service area make it through hurricane season..
If you live in our service area, your gutters likely haven’t been seeing a lot of use lately. It’s been a dry couple of weeks for Central Florida. Like many of our neighbors, we’re doing our part to conserve water. However, if you’ve put a lot of care into your landscaping, you might be worried that your perfectly planned yard will suffer during the drought. Use these tips to keep everything looking its best until the rain comes again. Your first step is to examine your water usage. Chances are that..
With the holidays rapidly approaching you may be gearing up to create an amazing display on your roof and gutters. While it’s perfectly safe to do so, there are still a few “best practices” you should use to make sure you do so safely. Always use clips. Clips allow you to hang your lights safely without nails, which are unsightly, and which will definitely damage your gutters. You can get all-in-one clips to hang your lights in multiple directions–up or out. These clips will also work on shingles, which opens you up to a host..