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Repair Facing on Concrete Front Porch

What began as repair work to the stone facing on a concrete front porch, ended up a complete facelift with a beautiful finish. Our initial plan was to repair the original limestone facing that had cracked or fallen from the sides of the front porch. Once we were able to take a close look at […]

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Missing Roof Drip Edge

Published on 28 March 2013 by in Hiring a Contractor

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Missing Roof Drip Edge

This is a Customer that has been experiencing roof leaks in blowing rains.  This picture shows that there is no drip edge on the roof at the gutter.  There is supposed to be a metal drip edge flashing that holds up the edge of the shingles at the gutter and prevents water from running under […]

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Cheap contractors may cost more in the long run

In the current economy it can be very difficult to justify the investment in getting home repairs done properly, but the cost of not getting the work done correctly can be disastrous to your wallet and potentially can cause someone to get hurt. This shoddy work ended up costing the customer about $2,500 to get repaired properly.

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Winter Weather Roof Damage

Published on 22 February 2010 by in Home Repair Projects

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Winter Weather Roof Damage

This ceiling damage is from an ice dam that backed up water onto the roof that leaked into the ceiling. We have been getting a lot of calls lately regarding ice dams, roof leaks, and excessive icicles. We are experiencing our greatest snow fall since 1914. The large amount of snow on our roofs is causing issues that we normally don’t see in this area.

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Porch Rebuild

Published on 01 February 2010 by in Home Repair Projects

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Porch Rebuild

This porch was re-built because the deck was rotting, the steps were in very bad shape, the structure was inadequate, and the concrete outside the steps was rough and uneven. The handrail on the steps is close together to accommodate a member of the household that has issues walking.

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Do-It-Yourself<br/>Closet Organization Tips

If you are like me and don’t have a lot of storage space, you have to get creative with ways to organize closets. Here are a few tips to help get your closets clutter free and easily accessible.

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Creative Door Installation

Published on 09 January 2010 by in Home Repair Projects

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Creative Door Installation

This door was installed as part of a bathroom remodel in a converted upstairs attic. Because of limited space, we had find a creative solution to fit the door in the odd shaped opening.

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Bathroom Remodel

Published on 09 January 2010 by in Home Repair Projects

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Bathroom Remodel

A bathroom remodel is a great investment in a home. You can enjoy the bathroom while living in the house, and then get a better price when it is time to sell your home. See what we did to completely update this bathroom.

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Cincinnati Home Repair<br/>New Tile in a Bathroom Remodel

Tub/Shower Tile with decorative trim.

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Cincinnati Home Repair<br/>New Outdoor Staircase

Our handyman professionals were asked to replace a stair and handrail system on the back porch of this house. As the old wood stair unit was unsafe, as it was angled down and only had a handrail on one side. This new staircase was built with handrails on both sides.

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Cincinnati Home Repair<br/>Fixing a Porch Roof

Water damage is common in the Cincinnati area because of the amount of rainfall received. See what we did to repair this porch roof.

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