Basic Repairs for Moms

What You Should Expect from Concrete Cleaning

When you have a concrete patio or driveway on your property, keeping it clean is an important part of extending its life and avoiding damage. If you've never dealt with cleaning concrete, you may decide that the job is best left to a professional. In fact, this is a wise decision when you want to make sure that your concrete is properly cared for. Here's a look at what you can expect from professional concrete cleaning. Read More 

Top Things You Should Know About Air Conditioning In A Hot And Humid Climate

If you live in an area with a hot and humid climate, then you probably understand just how important air conditioning really is. If you're looking for advice on keeping your home nice and cool during a hot, humid summer, you may want to pay attention to the points below. You Should Make Sure You Buy a Big Enough Unit The first mistake that you should avoid making is buying an air conditioning unit that is too small for your home. Read More 

Commercial Rolling Shutters Protect Your Shop From Intruders, Vandals, And Storms

Security is important for your small shop. Vandals or thieves could put you out of business if they cause enough damage. One way to protect your shop is to have rolling shutters put over your windows and glass entry door. Here's how these shutters make your building more secure. Rolling Shutters Block Window Access When you lower the shutters at night, all the exterior glass on your building is protected. This keeps intruders from smashing through windows to rob your store. Read More 

Missing Or Damaged Siding? Two Reasons To Have It Replaced

Great siding can mean the difference between a house that garners admiring looks by those who pass it, and one that people tend to turn their nose up at. Siding is like the icing on a delicious cake. The foundation, nuts, and bolts of the house are definitely important but when you add decorative siding, you are sure to create a property that is much more appetizing. Although you probably expect your siding to remain intact for a very long time, there are certain uncontrollable moments that lead to severe damage. Read More 

4 Things To Keep In Mind When Building A Fire Pit

This summer, keep your fun local by building a fire pit in your backyard. With a custom fire pit, you will not have to head to a campground in order to roast some marshmallows and enjoy a nice drink next to the fire with your friends. 1: Always Get Approval Before Building a Fire Pit When it comes to building a fire pit, you first need to make sure you have the right approvals in place before you start the building process. 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!