Prepare Your Home for Spring Storms: Mike’s Guys Can Help!

This coming weekend marks the first day of spring for 2021. Although the mornings and evenings are still chilly, the days are getting warmer, which means some nasty storms will be stirring up soon. Falling in “Tornado Alley,” North Texas often experiences nature’s wrath throughout the spring and summer months with tornadoes, hail, flash floods, and damaging winds.

Although there is no way to control the weather, there are some precautionary steps you can take to prepare your home to endure Mother Nature’s fury. It’s important to get these things done ahead of time, instead of dealing with the damage that is left after a bad storm! Read more

Mike’s Guys: 3 Exterior Projects to Prep Your Home for Spring

Spring is only a few weeks away, and the weather in North Texas is already giving us a preview of what the upcoming stormy season holds. Just a few days ago, it reached nearly 80 degrees in DFW, followed by a bitter cold-front and heavy rain. The rollercoaster of high and low temperatures coupled with bouts of rain, winds, and hail can make it a harsh environment for outside structures such as your home. We say this every year, but as a team of home improvement professionals, we cannot stress enough how important it is to perform routine maintenance on your home’s exterior prior to the stormy seasons! Repairing, updating, and maintaining your home ahead of time will prevent much more serious issues down the road. Read more

Prep Your Home for Spring Storms! Our May 2017 Newsletter

 
 

Is your home ready for spring storms?


 
 

It’s spring time, and in Texas, that means one thing: spring storms! Much of North Texas has already experienced nature’s wrath this season — some with tornadoes, hail, flash floods, and damaging winds.

Unfortunately, there is no way to control the weather, but here are some tips to help you prepare for and safely endure Mother Nature’s fury:

 
 

Identify any existing roof or siding problems. Inspect your roof for missing shingles and possible leaks and do any repair work if necessary. Loose siding should also be repaired, as it can rip off easily in heavy winds. Read more

Prep Your Home for Spring Storms! Our May 2016 Newsletter

Is your home ready for spring storms?

 
 

It’s spring time, and in Texas, that means one thing: spring storms! Our local Tarrant County, along with the majority of North Texas, has already experienced nature’s wrath this season — some with tornadoes, hail, flash floods, and damaging winds.

 
 

Unfortunately, there is no way to control the weather, but here are some tips to help you prepare for and safely endure Mother Nature’s fury:

 
 

Identify any existing roof or siding problems. Inspect your roof for missing shingles and possible leaks and do any repair work if necessary. Loose siding should also be repaired, as it can rip off easily in heavy winds. Read more

8 Tips to Prevent Mold under Water Damaged Carpets

If you’ve lived in Texas for any length of time, you know that spring is often when we get the most severe weather. This can be bad news for homeowners, especially when flooding is the threat! It’s only early April and much of North Texas has already experienced flooding and property damage due to spring storms.

Having your home flood from heavy rain (or just from a leaky pipe) can lead to a wide variety problems; particularly the growth of mold under carpets. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much water for mold to grow and do a lot of harm to a house! Homeowners who experience flooding coupled with power outages from spring or summer storms are especially susceptible to mold growth because of the combination of moisture and warm temperatures.
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The Single Best Way to Prepare for Spring Storms: Our May 2015 Newsletter

It’s spring time, and in Texas, that means one thing: spring storms. Many of the states that fall into ‘Tornado Alley’ have already experienced nature’s wrath this season — some with tornadoes, hail, flash floods, and damaging winds. It’s truly devastating to see the shredded remains of neighborhoods and communities that have been left in the wake of these natural disasters, and even more devastating to hear of families, friends, and neighbors who’s lives were lost as a result. We urge you to take precaution when severe weather is in the forecast this season! Read more