Should You Paint Your Old Aluminum Siding And Keep It Or Replace It All With Vinyl?

27 July 2022
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If you have an older home with aluminum siding that's looking dull and dirty, you may have wondered if you should give it a coat of paint or simply replace it all with vinyl siding. While cleaning and painting your aluminum siding will refresh its appearance, having to paint your home's entire exterior can be a huge job.  Pulling off all of the aluminum siding and switching to vinyl is often an appealing choice due to the fact that vinyl siding doesn't need to be periodically painted, and it can be easily cleaned with a garden hose. Read More …

How To Know If You Need A Residential Roof Replacement

20 July 2022
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When it comes to roofs, durability is one of the most important aspects. Roofs are responsible for keeping your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, protecting your property from rain, wind, and snow. If your roof is damaged, it may not be able to perform its primary function, which can lead to costly repairs, leaks, and structural damage. Fortunately, there are a number of signs that can help you determine when it's time to replace your roof. Read More …

Do You Need To Worry About Foundation Corner Pops?

6 July 2022
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There's no denying that foundation problems are scary. Significant issues with a home's foundation can be incredibly expensive to repair and may require large amounts of labor and disruption. Fortunately, not all foundation problems are critical emergencies that indicate imminent structural failure, and noticing an issue with your foundation doesn't always mean you need to spend thousands on repairs. Corner pops are one such foundation issue that is usually more bark than bite. Read More …

Got Mud? How To Clean Up After A Mud-Soaked Flood

29 June 2022
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If your home sustained damage from seasonal flooding, you can expect some muddy water. In most cases, seasonal flooding contains a lot of mud and debris. Once the water recedes, you'll find a thick layer of mud throughout your home. Unfortunately, mud can be more difficult to remove than standing water. That's why you need to take extra care during the clean-up. If your home is filled with mud, read the list provided below. Read More …

Professional Residential Fire Damage Restoration Services

28 June 2022
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Experiencing a house fire is not only frightening, but the restoration process can be exhausting. If your home caught fire but you were fortunate enough to not lose the entire structure, salvaging what is left and cleaning up can be an extensive process. You have to deal with damage from the fire, smoke, and water, and then clean your home thoroughly enough to remove the odor that was left behind. Depending on the extent of the damage, it could be impossible to restore your home to a satisfactory extent without professional assistance. Read More …

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When you own a home, it is essential to know how to take care of your home. It is essential to know how to handle repairs when things get damaged and broken, which will happen when you own a home. At Killer Repair, we are here to provide you with advice so that you know when you should get things serviced when to call in the professionals, and when you should try to handle projects on your own. Our objective is to allow you to approach all your home repair projects with confidence through our detailed articles, which are full of tips and advice to point you in the right direction with your home repair projects.