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By: BLUE FROG PLUMBING & DRAIN | Created 03/11/2021
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Some signs of a leaking pipe are pretty apparent – you’re standing in a puddle, looking at the water gushing out. Others, however, are much more subtle and often go undetected by homeowners until they turn into a plumbing emergency or there’s a need for an expensive repair from bluefrog Plumbing + Drain water leak repair service. Our guide can help you know what to look for in your walls, from the roof to the basement, and give you time to schedule a water leak repair service while the problem is small.

What Causes Water Leaks?

Plumbing pipes are hidden in the walls on purpose, to protect the pipes and for aesthetic purposes. However, this means that getting to them is difficult. Pipes are generally protected from punctures or breakage, but like anything else in your home, can wear out over time. Certain kinds of pipe material, like galvanized steel, coated lead, or copper, can become subject to corrosion, leading to weaker spots that turn into leaks. Other times, the joining between the pipes themselves, especially around corners or curved pipes, can weaken and cause leaks.

Weak plumbing underneath a slab, for example, may be unable to withstand the weight of the concrete over time and can suddenly burst. Or, winter elements, like freezing pipes, can weaken the sales and lead to leaks. Hard water is another risk factor for pipe damage, as certain minerals in the water can build up in the pipes, hastening corrosion.

Mold or Mildew

Mold and mildew grow best in a damp, warm environment – and one of the most ideal places for this to start is in between walls when there’s a slow leak in pipes. Mildew and mold, once established, can grow rapidly, causing damage to the walls, ceilings, and even the studs of the home. In addition to the damage to the house, excessive mold and mildew can have negative effects on the health of family members or pets living in the home – and black mold, especially, can be toxic.

Fortunately, mold and mildew are some of the easiest things to find in the house. If you notice a musty smell or a smell of wet newspapers in one or more rooms of your house, then you almost definitely have a water leak and need an expert to fix it.

Stains on the Walls

A yellowish or rust-colored stain on your wall or ceiling indicates water stains. You may have a pipe leaking in the walls, and trickling water down along the sheetrock. Or you may have pipes leaking in the ceiling, which can become dangerous if not attended to immediately. When you’re looking around your home for possible leak damage, pay close attention to the corners and edges of the walls, as this is where moisture can collect and puddle.

Peeling Paint or Wallpaper

Paint or wallpaper can peel away or flake off if the sheetrock and walls underneath are damaged. Paint and wallpaper glue both are designed to adhere to a clean, dry surface, and when there’s excess moisture in the sheetrock walls, the paint will flake off or the wallpaper will peel away. You may notice this, especially in the bathrooms, as steam from showering can, over time, cause some damage to the wall coverings. But if you notice this in other rooms, it’s definitely a sign you need water leak repair service.

Foundation Cracks

Don’t forget to check your basement, too! Basements, especially unfinished ones, so it may be difficult to determine the difference between “regular basement smell” and the smell of mold or mildew. One thing to look for in the basement foundation cracks. These can start small, in the corners, or near where the pipes are. Use a flashlight if necessary – by the time water damage to the foundation is visible to the naked eye, it could be too late for a quick fix of the pipes, and you may have to have an expensive foundation fix, too. Foundation cracks can occur outside of the home, too, so make it a habit to check the perimeter every six months.

Warping of the Walls or Ceilings

Bowed walls or ceilings are a definite sign of a water leak. These can turn dangerous, fast! If you notice that there’s a bulge in one or more walls or the ceiling, you need water leak repair service immediately. Bowing in the walls or ceiling means that the structure may be waterlogged and therefore unstable. First, ensure that your pipes are fixed, and then hire a general contractor to determine the extent of the damage in your home.

How Does a Plumber Treat Leaks in the Walls?

Because the pipes are inside the walls, plumbers take the utmost care to minimize the damage to the existing structure. However, they will have to access the pipes to find the leaks and fix them. Many good plumbers, like the ones at bluefrog Plumbing + Drain, use a laparoscopic camera to find leaks and clogs, running the small camera attached to a filament through the entire piping structure of your home. Then, once they’ve pinpointed the leak, there are a few different options for repair.

Some pipes may simply be worn in places, and in these cases, the plumber may be able to inject coating inside the pipes to reinforce them. Other times, however, the plumbing service may need to cut small holes into the walls, repairing or replacing the pipes and joinings. On rare occasions, you may need a whole-home pipe replacement, a process that typically takes about three days.

Call Your Local bluefrog Plumbing + Drain Today!

bluefrog Plumbing + Drain is a reputable team of plumbers, licensed and bonded, and able to tackle any plumbing problem, big or small. Whether you need an emergency, after-hours fix, or regularly scheduled service, or preventative maintenance, you can depend on us. Our water leak repair service is second to none – and we take pride in getting it right the first time. Give us a call today or visit us online to find a bluefrog Plumbing + Drain near you!

By: PEREGONZA THE ATTORNEYS | Created 12/08/2020

Preparing for Hurricane Season.

As a Florida resident, it is crucial to know firsthand the benefits of planning ahead during hurricane season. Dealing with storms, floods, heavy rainfall and hurricanes in Miami can be tricky. However, our professional homeowners insurance lawyers will guide you to the safest options for your family. The preparation for hurricane season can help you, your family or your business minimize the impact of the storm. The best time to start is before the threat is close. Being prepared and knowing that you’ve documented any damage to your home and that you understand your policy coverage is crucial to being literally ahead of the storm.

Why Do Insurance Companies Deny My Claim?

Having homeowners insurance does not guarantee a fully protected home. Your homeowners insurance can deny your claim if the damage was there before the storm. Many times, insurance companies use this excuse to deny claims and avoid paying maximum coverage for home damages when they should be forced to pay for the entire demand. After all, this is why you have insurance, so that you can be covered when you need to use it. The first thing you need is to have your home inspected by a professional to document any possible damage. A home inspection can help by making you aware of whether or not your home has pre-existing damages and help to prevent insurance companies from claiming they should not cover the damage for that reason. You also need to consider having a good attorney like our team of homeowners insurance lawyers at PereGonza The Attorneys.

With this information, if you choose, our team of homeowners attorneys can help you file a claim to have the insurance company possibly fix and cover the damages to prevent further destruction to your home.

1. Check for Pre-Existing Home Damage

As a Miami homeowner, it is important to be aware of any pre-existing damage to your home. At Peregonza The Attorneys, we can offer to send a professional to your home to do a free home inspection to identify any damage that may exist. If damage exists our team can help file a Claim to get these repaired. If there are no damages, a proper inspection will document any pre-existing home damages. This documentation will be useful in the event that your home experiences damage as a result of a hurricane.

One of the main reasons for homeowner coverage denial claims is wrongful credit for the damages. Insurance companies will try to say that the damages caused by a storm have existed prior to the hurricane. By doing so, the insurance company will disregard your home damages and the cost of repairs. Our attorneys will fight the insurance company to prove your case with an inspection documenting previous damage. Such inspection is incredibly important and useful evidence to prove that such property damage did not exist before.

As a homeowner, it is also important to understand your insurance policy. Many insurance companies could be denying your claims. To avoid claims, insurance companies may state that such damages are not covered by your homeowner insurance policy. Policies are written by insurance companies attorneys and many times there is language that is confusing. Using confusing language creates a grey area for insurance companies to avoid claims. Our homeowners insurance lawyers will argue insurance negligence by providing a detailed inspection with all pre-existing damages.

2. Examine Your Home Insurance Policy

Although homeowners insurance is not required by law, it is recommended that you have good insurance. However, not all insurance policies cover the basic necessities for your home which is why it is important to review any exclusions that may come with your insurance. As a Miami homeowner, hurricane coverage is a necessity.

3. Have an Attorney Review Your Policy

At Peregonza The Attorneys, our homeowners insurance lawyers will be sure to review your policy for free, determine what is covered, and send out a professional to inspect your home.

To set up a free inspection of your home, please fill out your information below to setup a free consultation with a Miami homeowners insurance lawyer.

By: ASSIST 2 SELL | Created 12/08/2020

When you boil it all down, you have two choices.  Sell first and then buy, or buy first and then sell.

1) Purchase your new home first, before you sell.

If you can pull it off, this is the preferred way to go.  You have time to shop around, and after you find and purchase your new home, you’ll have time to get it ready before moving in.  Once you move in, you can put your old home on the market.  It’s certainly the least stressful way to go, but there is a catch.

 A) You need enough money to pay cash for the new home.
 or…
 B) Your credit and income are great enough to cover two mortgages.
 or…
C) If you don’t have a mortgage or an equity loan on your current home, your credit and income will still need to safely cover the property taxes and insurance on your current home and all the costs associated with the purchase of your new home.

It is all about your credit and “debt-to-income ratio”.  In general, lenders are looking for a debt-to-income ratio of 36% or lower (but it is still possible to secure a mortgage with a ratio as high as 43%).

Expressed as a percentage, a debt-to-income ratio is calculated by dividing total recurring monthly debt by monthly gross income. Lenders prefer to see a debt-to-income ratio smaller than 36%, with no more than 28% of that debt going towards servicing your mortgage.

I personally know someone who had a small mortgage and plenty of equity.  The problem was, she did not have enough to purchase a new home for cash.  Before we listed her current home, she went out and secured a home equity line of credit.  She then used the cash she already had, plus the money from the home equity line, and she was able to purchase her new home for cash.  The equity line was paid off when we sold her old home (it might not be possible to secure an equity line of credit once your home is listed for sale, so decide on that before you list).

2) Sell first, then purchase your new home.

If options A, B, or C listed above are not feasible, then selling or renting your home first is the way to go. The only way to go.

“But I don’t want to move twice” is usually the response we hear to this suggestion.  Of course, you would love to sell your old home in the morning and close on your new home later that same afternoon.  The movers go from your old home to your new home …perfect.  Yes, it is possible …but unlikely, especially in today’s market.

You can try to accomplish this, but you MUST have a safety net.  A safety net to make sure you do not find yourself homeless with no place to go after selling.  Let’s say you list your home and receive a really strong offer from a well-qualified buyer.  You can’t let this one get away and you accept the offer.  The average closing takes 45 days.  You quickly start looking for a new home to purchase.  What happens if you don’t find a new home in time?  Where will you go?  Where will your furniture go?  You need a backup plan!

What happens if you find the perfect home, but the Seller will not agree to make your purchase contingent on the successful sale of your existing home? 

A contingency is an event or condition that must occur before the deal can close. Typically, a buyer will receive their deposit money back if the contingency is not satisfied by a certain date.  For example, a buyer can make an offer contingent on selling (or renting) their current home.

Especially today, a Seller knows there are plenty of qualified buyers out shopping.  Buyers that do not need to sell first (do not need a contingency).  You might try and raise your offer to entice the Seller to take a chance on you, but who wants to do that.  You can try and offer the Seller a non-refundable deposit to take a chance on you, but you don’t really want to do that either.  Even if a Seller accepts your offer and accepts a contingency, there are other potential obstacles that might come up.  What if there are inspection issues that can’t be resolved, or the property doesn’t appraise?  Things can happen that might leave you without enough time to find another home.

CONCLUSION:

If option A, B, or C are not feasible, you need a backup plan, a safety net.  As Mom would say, “you hope for the best but plan for the worst”.

Selling a home and buying a home can quickly turn into a very stressful event, but not if you have a plan (and you are working with a competent agent).  Remember, you can always put things in storage if needed.  In fact, some of our Seller’s actually do this before they place their home on the market.  They understand that a decluttered home sells quicker, and can even help you get a better price.

If you don’t have a friend, family member, or anywhere else to go after you sell, then rent.  Remember, you can always break a lease if you must (of course there can be penalties and ramifications when breaking a lease).  When renting, you can use the extra time to help find your perfect home, purchase it, and prepare it before you move in.  You will not only be in a stronger position with more negotiating power and no contingencies, but renting might give you extra time to really explore potential areas and neighborhoods of consideration.  Especially if you are moving to another county or even out-of-state, that extra time can really help make sure you find the right home in your desired neighborhood.

As always, please let us know if we can assist in any manner, and we wish you good health. Stay safe.

Sincerely,

Tom Carroll, P.A., REALTOR, CRS, ABR,
Co-Owner Assist-2-Sell, Sell and Buy Realty, llc.

By: BLUE PANTHER AIR CONDITIONING | Created 09/09/2020
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By: BLUE PANTHER AIR CONDITIONING | Created 08/31/2020
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By: BLUE PANTHER AIR CONDITIONING | Created 08/31/2020
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By: BLUE PANTHER AIR CONDITIONING | Created 08/31/2020
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By: BLUE PANTHER AIR CONDITIONING | Created 08/31/2020
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By: REAL ESTATE DIRECT OF SOUTH FLORIDA | Created 07/10/2020
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By: A & H PUBLIC ADJUSTERS | Created 05/18/2020

Before filing an insurance claim, you should speak with a licensed Public Adjuster to make sure your rights are being preserved and the claim is being documented in order to receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to. The only time you lose is when you don't use us. If there is no recovery, there is no fee. Public Adjusters are known to get the property owner more money on their loss because we know how to calculate correctly for the damages.

By: IDEAL SERVICES | Created 04/30/2020

When seasons change, it is a good time to replace a home’s air filter to maximum health and cost benefits. While it may seem like just one more home maintenance job to take care of, replacing an air filter can serve to make an environment more pleasant to live in while also saving homeowners money.

A home’s air filter is designed to clean the air circulating through the cooling and heating system. Filters work to trap contaminates and allergens like dust, dirt, mold spores, and bacteria that exist in the air. Regular attention to this simple home task can make a big difference in a system’s performance and the air quality inside.

Benefits to Replacing an Air Filter

There are many benefits to regularly replacing a home’s air filter, including:

  1. HVAC systems will run more efficiently

Air conditioning units are constructed to work with a specific amount of air flow, and if the amount of air is impacted, the system may begin to malfunction. By failing to maintain a home’s HVAC system, energy bills may go up as the unit is forced to work harder to bring in the air.

  1. Homeowners can save money on unnecessary repairs

If a Henderson HVAC unit has to work overtime to cool and heat efficiently, the system may eventually fail. Dirt can get into cooling coils, causing damage and poor performance. Various AC repairs or total system replacement can be costly but can be avoided when homeowners change air filters regularly.

  1. Allergy symptoms can be reduced in a home

Dirty air ducts make an impact on what is pumped into a home’s space. An air filter, if not replaced regularly, can fill a home with dirt and dust, which can cause allergy-like symptoms for everyone living there. Symptoms may include headaches and cold symptoms as unclean air is breathed in.

Ideal Services Will Replace Your HVAC Air Filters

Ideal Services has experts in the business who are trained to address a variety of issues related to Henderson HVAC units, plumbing systems, and water heaters. When the time comes to address air filter issues in a residence, our professional service and customer guarantee are just two of the benefits we offer. Connect with us today for more information on quality heating repair services.

Ideal Services

648 Joey Lane, Henderson NV 89011

(702) 396-5225

By: AC Fast Solutions | Created 04/29/2020
Health experts agree that one of the best ways to promote long-term health is to keep indoor air pure and free of both particulate contaminates as well as germs, bacteria, and other microbes. Today’s consumer is fortunate to have a wide variety of air purification systems to choose from, including air filters that more efficiently deal with microbial organisms than the air filters of years past. When it comes to choosing an air purifier and filtration system that will deal with these microscopic organisms, a filter that provides UV air purification may be the best choice to meet your needs. UV LIGHT AIR CLEANSING , THE BASICS:  Unlike other air filtration systems that depend on HEPA filters or other devices to trap dust and other particles, UV air filtration uses state-of-the-art ultraviolet light technology to keep viruses and other microorganisms from reproducing and infecting a home, office, or other indoor space. Ultraviolet light damages the genetic material that controls the reproduction of these organisms, making it impossible for them to reproduce. This stops these illness-inducing microbes in their tracks and prevents the spread of various diseases and other problems. A UV light air purification system often combines a UV lamp with a traditional filter in order to maximize both the removal of particulate matter from the air and the killing of germs and bacteria. UV purification is most effective when the microorganisms have prolonged contact with the UV lamp. The longer that a virus or other organism is bathed in UV light, the greater the damage to its DNA and its ability to replicate itself. Furthermore, while UV air treatment can be useful in reducing the spread of viruses and other microbes, a UV air filter should be used in concert with other disease-prevention measures. Purifying air with ultraviolet light is no replacement for the regular disinfection that occurs when one cleans a home or office, but when used in concert with traditional cleaning methods, UV light purification can enhance any plan or system that is in place to reduce the spread of diseases. We stand behind our UV air filtration technology and believe that anyone can benefit from the use of ultraviolet filters to cleanse their air. Please contact us with any questions you may have about ultraviolet air purification or for more information on how our products can help your specific air cleaning needs.
By: WE CLEAN HOUSES | Created 04/28/2020

Is your time cleaning up running short? Bus schedules, pick and deliveries, last minute school supplies? Keeping your house clean can easily become a low priority. Don’t PANIC! Call WE CLEAN HOUSES. We can even tidy up while you are away. CLICK HERE for your $20 off coupon. Here are some additional tips courtesy of www.theorderexpert.com.

How to Organize Your Schedule for Back-to-School Season

August is officially here and you know what that means…back-to-school season is well upon us!

Whether you have children in school, or will be attending school yourself this fall, there’s a lot to consider when you shift from summertime schedule to school schedule.

In this post, I offer a few tips to help you streamline your calendar so you can ease into the swing of things smoothly and with as little headache as possible.

Avoid scheduling major events if you can.

Is this really the time to throw that massive neighborhood party, have that new widescreen TV installed or schedule major house work?

Your schedule will be well in flux as it is, there’s no reason to add another scheduling issue to the mix.

Still think you can take care of a large change in your schedule or life?

Don’t forget, you’ll also have to take care of the necessary preparations for that upcoming change which means hours of planning, prepping, researching and the like.

Think long and hard about how you will use your time.

Scheduling a major event at this time is not worth the headache or the hassle if you can avoid it!

Overestimate travel time.

Back-to-school season means a lot more cars and buses on the roads and more people taking public transportation. This is one of those rare occasions where it’s highly beneficial to overestimate your travel time. Cut yourself a break and drop in an extra fifteen or 20 minutes here and there in your calendar, if possible.

Don’t have the luxury of adding in fifteen or twenty minutes? Even a five-minute buffer can be a big help! You’ll feel a lot better knowing you don’t have to rush frantically from one place to another and you’ve already accounted for heavy traffic.

By: RICHARD'S TOTAL BACKYARD SOLUTION | Created 04/27/2020

When you choose to put tile on your pool, there are several factors to bear in mind. For instance, you want to consider your pool type, type of tile you want to install and the costs involved. One other crucial factor to bear in mind is longevity. How long should pool tile last?

How Long Should Pool Tile Last?


How Long Should Pool Tile Last

In this post, we’ll discuss the different types of pool tile, their respective benefits as well as the expected useful life of pool tile for when you’re looking to choose a new pool tile.

Waterline Tile vs. Inlaid Tile

As the names imply, inlaid tile is installed underwater while waterline tile is adhered to the surface of the pool. Inlaid tile is recessed into the mold of the pool to ensure it’s flush with the surface of the pool. While there’s no harm in tiling the surface of the floor, walls, seats and steps, that’s not a common practice anymore because it requires costly repair or replacement.

Waterline tile, on the other hand, is usually just a narrow strip (about 6 inches) of tile running across the waterline. Since the tile is above the pool, it’s easier to repair and doesn’t require the pool to be drained completely for repairs.

Types of Pool Tile

  • Glass tile is quite popular right now.
  • Mosaic tile is also huge – different pieces of tile are brought together to form a unique design.
  • Stone tile provides a natural, earthy appeal that can work well to match your goal aesthetic.

Bear in mind that any tile larger than 2 inches runs the risk of not fitting in your pool.

How Long Does Pool Tile Last?

  • Waterline tiles should last anywhere between 5 and 10 years if you care for your pool and maintain your water chemistry.
  • Glass tile will last longer as it’s more durable.
  • Overall, tile will typically last longer on a fiberglass pool than on concrete pools.

What Are the Benefits of Pool Tile?

Tile is the most durable interior finish for a concrete pool and it’s much easier to clean and maintain than exposed aggregate.

Because plaster will stain easily, concrete pools require waterline tiles. Fiberglass pools, on the other hand, don’t necessarily need tile, but it does improve a pool’s aesthetic appeal. 

Glass tile is especially durable and nonporous. It looks nice and shiny when it catches the sun and is also frost-proof, heat-, UV- and fire-resistant.

How Much Tiling Your Pool Cost?

The cost of tile depends on the surface area you’re tiling, your location, your installer and the tile material. On average, tiling your pool should cost about $3,000. Glass tile is more expensive, usually costing about $500-$600 more for a pool. Cost is a very important aspect to consider when you’re planning a pool remodeling project or are planning on building a brand new pool. 

Bottom Line

How long should pool tile last? Pool tile should last an average of 5 to 10 years if the water chemistry is well maintained and the pool is cared for. However, it’s important to consider factors such as the type of tile and overall pool maintenance when estimating or trying to determine the expected useful life of your pool tile. If you have any additional questions pertaining to building a new pool, our professionals at Richard’s Total Backyard Solutions have the experience and knowledge to help. 

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