Basic Repairs for Moms

Three Reasons To Call Your Roofer Before Stringing Roof Christmas Lights

Some neighborhoods are competitive about who has the better Christmas decorations. Other neighborhoods like to pull together so that everyone's home is decorated and the town has something to see when driving through. No matter which type of neighborhood you live in, if you plan to string up lights on your roof during the winter, you know that you must be careful. here are three reasons why you need to call for roof repair and maintenance prior to putting up your Christmas lights. Read More 

2 Ways To Keep Your Chain Link Fence Clean

If you want to keep your chain link fence in good shape, you need to spend some time cleaning it at least once a year. Cleaning your chain link fence help keep it looking nice and is a great way to spot and treat rust before it becomes a larger issue. #1 Clean It Off with Borax One of the best cleaning products to use on your chain link fence is Borax. Read More 

Tips For Commercial Fire Safety

As a business owner, safety needs to be a priority. One of the biggest focus areas for your building should be fire safety. No matter what type of business you have, a fire can be destructive and may leave you scrambling to recover. Making sure that you are prepared for such an event can make a significant difference in the way that you can respond and get your business back into normal operation. Read More 

Simple Signs Your Outdoor Living Space Needs Some Shade

From repairing a leaky faucet to mowing your lawn, these tasks are essential for protecting your real estate investment. Unfortunately, you may not realize how important your outdoor living space can be. A deck or patio not only adds appeal and value to your home, but it also provides you with an extra space for relaxing and entertaining. Of course, the glaring heat from the sun can decrease the enjoyment of your outdoor living space. Read More 

Make Sure Your New Automatic Gate Is The Right Height

The material is the most important consideration when choosing an automatic gate, right? The answer is no. While often an afterthought, the height of the gate is a very important factor. If you're not considering this, you may end up with an automatic gate that isn't suited for your needs. If you need some help choosing the right height for your gate, here are some tips to help you: Homeowners Association Read More 

About Me

Basic Repairs for Moms

Hi, my name is Annie Sullivan. I'm a stay-at-home mom with four kids between the ages of 1 and 7. Two of them are twins: they're 3. Let me tell you--you learn a lot as a mom that you would never expect! Not only am I chef, chauffeur, teacher, and caretaker, but I also have become an amateur repair man, plumber, and construction worker. I do more heavy lifting and repair work than I ever imagined. Do you know how many Barbies can fit down a toilet drain? It's quite surprising. Do you know how to get them out? I do. I've learned a lot of this just through trial and error--and the internet. I also had my husband teach me some tricks, since I usually can't wait until he gets home to solve the problem. Hopefully you other moms out there can learn something from this site!