Executive Home Repair LLC serving metro Atlanta and surrounding counties (Bonded and Insured) Continue reading Ongoing Maintenance
We all are going through uncertain times with the COVID-19 pandemic and the real question is what will happen after this is done and we can not build enough income to pay off the build up of bills from the stay-at-home order and or prevent late payments on bills and to stop us from being evicted from our property. We know of resources that may can help you financially during this COVID-19 hardship.
Water heaters. They can be good, bad, or very dangerous. They can even cause death. Gas or Electric water heaters can be a health issue.
Inspect the site and look for signs like rusted pipes. Previously it was acceptable for water supplies to be made out of galvanized steel. This is now out dated and should be removed and replaced with new pipes.
Honesty between landlords and tenants is the best policy.
Landlords should always make needed repairs. Periodically check with your tenant to find out if they are having any problems in the property, be it a house, apartment, condo, building, office space etc…
You’ve probably seen homes which have been let go to the point where tall weeds and overgrown bushes have turned the place into a jungle. Not only is this unattractive to passers-by, it is also unsafe. Tall weeds, and untrimmed shrubs are potential fire hazards, encourage crime, and have been known to breed pests.
Winterizing your home whether you will be there or not, is very important. If you do it right, you won’t have to worry about any damage or cold drafts coming into your house during the winter months. If done incorrectly or you don’t winterize at all, get ready to really feel it with your health, and a large increase in your energy bills, and your repair costs. Continue reading Winterize
It may be a surprise to you that even commercial tenants can be evicted. In fact the the types of forms, laws, and steps used to evict a residential tenant is totally different from those used for evicting a commercial tenant. We had to add this part because just as residential tenants, commercial tenants aren’t just a business…they also are people. Continue reading Commercial Buildings
Just as there are honest homeowners and investors, there are unfortunately equally as many corrupt home owners and investors. To protect yourself, as we love to always say ‘knowledge is power’. Get informed by reading the information below on how to spot a corrupt homeowner or investor:
Not all repair people and contractors are dishonest. There are actually quite a few in your area who are very reputable, honest, and reliable. Here are a couple of ways to make sure they are: Continue reading Honest Repair People & Contractors