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Home Preservation Services (HPS) is a package of offerings specifically tailored to sustainably control your home’s condition, efficiency and cost. It combines the efforts of inspectors, specialty contractors, technicians and more into a single powerful service, conveniently delivered in quarterly appointments, with help available 24/7 365 days a year.
“The dependability and the quality of work. As time went on, I got to feel that I could trust their judgment in what needed to be done.”
– Dina C.
The Home Preservation Manual
The HomePreservationManual.com is the missing user guide for your home. With answers to questions like: how do I use it”, “How do I turn stuff on and off?”, “How do I take care of it” and, just as important, what not to do and why? this guide will help you find those answers and, in the process, become a better homeowner.
Pre-finishing a wood deck
Pre-finishing a wood deck Over the last year I’ve posted a number of articles on wood deck construction. If done well, wood decks can be beautiful, permanent extensions of your home’s living space connecting the outdoors. They can also become outdoor kitchen and BBQ areas. I have a […]
Attic Exhaust Fans: Why they don’t work!
Why attic fans don’t work well and what to do instead! With the summer season fast approaching, now is a good time to review an uncomfortable topic. Hot attics, and why traditional exhaust fans don’t work well to cool them off! A very hot problem Last week we had some warm […]
Clearing Plumbing Drains
Clearing Clogged Drains Step by Step to a Solution. By far, most calls to plumbers involve clearing plumbing drains or dealing with backed-up sewers. But not all backed up drains are alike. Some are easy to resolve like simply clearing hair out of a bathroom sink trap or unclogging too many […]
Clients in the News
HPS is proud to have supported our client Brenda Birrell’s One Dollar For Life program with a contribution that has helped construct the Ngungu classroom in Kenya below. Brenda does a lot of good work around the world and we are grateful to have an opportunity to be of help.
There has been great progress on the Ngungu classroom in Kirinyaga, Kenya! The roof trusses were put in place as soon as the walls had hardened properly.
The rains came late this year, but the roof was finished before they started. The windows and door have been ordered and will soon be installed.
The roofing went smoothly and was finished in two days.