20-Year-Old Decks: Repair or Replace?

20-Year-Old Decks: Repair or Replace?

  Best Rate Repair has been repairing Decks for San Diego Home Owners for 17years. 9 Year membership with NADRA ( North America Deck and Railing Association. Jeff has a certificate as a Master Deck Builder and 3 estimator have complete training for Deck...
Composite Decking Is Your Answer To Rainy Days

Composite Decking Is Your Answer To Rainy Days

The rainy season is officially upon us, and the one area of the house that the majority of homeowners tend to ignore during this time – is the maintenance of their deck. Although we don’t get too much of it here in San Diego, the minimal amounts of rain that we...
4 Tips to Keep Your Home Warm for The Holiday’s!

4 Tips to Keep Your Home Warm for The Holiday’s!

As residents of San Diego – Even though we’re fortunate enough to enjoy consistently comfortable temperatures year-round; even during the “colder” winter months of the year; there’s still room to help keep your home feeling even more “warm and cozy” for the...
Ensure the Safety of Your Home’s Deck in Advance of Your Thanksgiving Gathering!

Ensure the Safety of Your Home’s Deck in Advance of Your Thanksgiving Gathering!

San Diegans are spoiled by having the luxury to entertain house guests outdoors year-round; and this doesn’t get any more prevalent than during the Holiday season. Now, with some family gatherings including upwards of 50 or more guests, sometimes the use of a deck or...
Are the creepy crawly termites damaging your home?

Are the creepy crawly termites damaging your home?

  Halloween is the time for ghosts, zombies and creepy crawlies roaming the streets and wreaking havoc in our neighborhoods. This time of year, every creak, crack and noise in the home has you questioning, “Is someone there?” While many are worried about vampires...
How Dangerous is Wood Rot?

How Dangerous is Wood Rot?

Let start with the two types of dry rot that can damage wood. Brown rot, which can be caused by three different strains of fungus and usually affects softwoods, such as doug-fir, which is used as framing in most southern California homes. Brown rot is the more serious...

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