Drywall Repair

Ceiling drywall damage results from water leaks or a foot through the sheetrock. Wall drywall is from flooding, holes, popping nail
or furniture.

Siding Repair

Wood siding, door and window trim will dry rot at some point. Age, lack of gutters, the humidity or squirrels gnawing at the wood.

Roof Repair

Roof maintenance saves money. Seal pipes, replace missing shingles, clean gutters and cutting branches over the roof. Is a lot cheaper than fixing repairs after it leaks.


Bathroom Repair

Most bathroom and shower repairs are leaks from plumbing, cracked grout or caulking.

Fire Damage Repair

After a house fire, deciding what to do becomes overwhelming. Save time, let us arm you with important helpful information.

Flooring Repair

Top 5 common floor repairs. Sagging floors, squeaking, water damage, not enough support and loose uneven tiles.


Water Damage Restoration

It doesn’t matter if the water damaged has occurred in one area or many rooms throughout the house. Asking the right questions to avoid getting scammed. As a result, having to fire your contractor before the project is complete.

After the clean up process has been performed it’s now time to start renovating your home.
A common concern we hear from homeowners that have experienced a loss to their home caused by a storm or flooding is how stressful, frustrating and even intimating (for some), the process was dealing with their insurance company.

The main priority of Houston Home Repair Service is to help make the process for you as painless as possible considering the circumstances.
We can work directly with your insurance to return calls, send pictures, answer the many questions they’ll have, send documents and correspondents via email.

Another common concern most homeowners are faced with is how to find the right Houston contractor to repair their storm or water damaged home.
When choosing a contractor to repair your home finding the lowest bid should not be your main priority.

Many homeowners select a contractor on price and then wonder why the quality of work is lacking, their ability to move the project along in a timely manner is challenging, or something as simple as showing up to work on a daily basis becomes a problem.

Before calling a contractor to restore your home you should have at the very least, a written list of questions that you will be asking in the meeting.

Most homeowners fail to ask the same questions in each meeting and realize later (when they’re not happy) they “assumed” the contractor hired had insurance, warranty and a protocol for unforeseen property damages.