Is It Time to Remove a Dead or Dying Tree?
Published July 30th, 2020
Tree removal should be a last resort. But a failing tree can pose a risk to your property. If it falls in a storm, it could damage your home and even cause personal injury. To avoid that risk, it is usually necessary to remove a dead or dying tree.
Summer is Peak Moving Season. Here's How to Keep Your Move Smooth and Stress-Free!
Published July 27th, 2020
It is no surprise that moving rates as one of the most stressful major life events. But moving doesn't have to be stressful. If you plan well and follow some simple guidelines, you can reduce your stress and have a smooth, stress-free move.
What You May Not Know About HomeAdvisor and Other Similar Sites
Published July 24th, 2020
Many consumers turn to websites like HomeAdvisor, Angie's List, and similar services to find contractors and tradespeople for various jobs. These sites have a long history and flashy commercials, so most people assume they are trustworthy.
Stay Safe! Why Wildlife Removal Is Not DIY
Animal and Wildlife Removal
Published July 21st, 2020
Some projects aren’t worth doing yourself. Wildlife removal is one of those projects. We’re not talking about spraying for ants. We’re talking about wild animals that can inhabit your home or property.
This Senior Paid Upfront for a Wheelchair Ramp, and Now He's Facing an Uphill Battle to Get It Completed.
Published July 18th, 2020
For some jobs, you may need to put some money down. But never pay 100% upfront. This is especially true for construction jobs. Once the contractor has your money, they really have no motivation to work hard for you.
Breathe Easier This Summer With Professional Duct Cleaning
Published June 15th, 2020
There are plenty of indoor sources of allergens. In fact, the EPA reports that indoor air is almost always more polluted than the air outside. And Americans spend nearly all of their time indoors, even in the summer. So what can you do to get some relief?
Have You Been Stonewalled by a Company? When This Retaining Wall Started to Buckle, the Customer Got the Silent Treatment
Published June 12th, 2020
When a retaining wall fails, anything built on that soil can collapse as the earth below slides down a grade. That’s why this woman was so concerned that her brand new retaining wall was buckling.
Protect Your Roof From Summer Storms
Published June 9th, 2020
As the summer storm season sets in, TrustDALE has some handy tips to protect your roof from summer storms.
When a New Gutter System Leaves a Homeowner Underwater, TrustDALE Gets It Done
Published June 6th, 2020
Many companies sell special gutter covers that are supposed to keep out leaves and debris, funnel water into the gutter, and keep water flowing freely away from your home and into the downspouts. But sometimes these systems don’t work precisely the way salespeople say they do.
Can We Save This Woman From a Mountain of Trash?
Published June 3rd, 2020
Some people have to haul their trash to a dump where they pay by the pound. But this woman thought she had her trash pickup taken care of until she suddenly didn’t.