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LAKE HOUSTON HUMBLE KINGWOOD EDITION 2022 VOLUME 7, ISSUE 3  JULY 22 AUG. 25, 2022

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REAL ESTATE EDITION

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BUILDTORENT RISING The Lake Houston area is already home to several build-to-rent communities, three of which are already open and at 100% occupancy as of July 5.

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CLEARWATER AT BALMORAL 15743 Blair Castle Drive, Atascocita

LEVA LIVING 17260 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Atascocita

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Investor purchases of single-family homes rise in Lake Houston

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BY RACHEL CARLTON, WESLEY GARDNER & JISHNU NAIR

Nadia Evangelou, director of forecasting at the National Association of Realtors, described the rms targeting proper- ties as “Wall Street-level” buyers looking for an investment. “These are not mom-and-pop buyers,” Evangelou said. “They look to buy properties and communities on a large scale and make pro t from them.” According to a May NAR report, Texas led the nation in institutional buying with 28% of single-family homes pur- chased by investment rms in 2021—more than double

The number of residents renting homes in the Houston area has increased by 24.8% from May 2021-May 2022 as the area contends with an increasing shortage of housing, according to the Houston Association of Realtors. While rising mortgages and low inventory are contributing to the trend, industry experts say potential homebuyers are also facing competition from real estate investment rms, or institutional buyers, which buy properties to sell or lease out as rentals of their own.

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Specialty Care at Kingwood

The care you’ve come to know at Texas Orthopedic Hospital, now available in the Kingwood community. Same great doctors, same great care. Conveniently located with free parking, our Kingwood center offers easy access to a range of specialty services. Our board certified and fellowship trained physicians offer consults for complex shoulder, joint replacement, sports medicine and osteoarthritis treatment of the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle. Please note: Specialty care or services not provided at Texas Orthopedic Hospital – Specialty Care at Kingwood, including surgery, may be referred to Texas Orthopedic Hospital near the Texas Medical Center.

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entrance with Melissa Sue’s Boutique, which oŒers a variety of home decor and household goods. 281-913-5565. www.facebook.com/kandmkingwood 4 Pet Supplies Plus opened a new lo- cation June 24 at 4520 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, according to a news release from Fishman Public Relations. Locally owned by Kalese Gabriel and her family, the new Kingwood storefront features a pet boutique, a self-serve dog wash and a visiting pet care clinic alongside groom- ing services and pet training oŒerings. Pet Supplies Plus also carries live crick- ets, ”sh and small pets. 281-973-8427. www.petsuppliesplus.com 5 Gadget MD opened May 20 at 11971 Grand Parkway, Ste. 300, New Caney, according to a June 24 news release from developer The Signorelli Co. The new store is located in the Valley Ranch Town Center and oŒers repairs to electronics such as cell phones, gaming consoles and computers. Gadget MD was founded in 2007 and has franchise locations across 6 Thrive Mortgage opened June 15 in Valley Ranch Town Center, according to a June 24 news release from developer The Signorelli Co. The business—located at 22118 Market Place Drive, Ste. 400, New Caney—aids customers when obtaining loans during the homebuying process. 281-361-0312. www.thrivemortgage.com/branch/kwd 7 Beauty Gallery Salon Suites opened in June at 302 N. Houston Ave., Ste. 100, Humble. Owned by Sheree Thomas, the spa oŒers lash services, facials, waxing services, body contouring and massage services. The location also includes space Houston. 281-928-1322. www.mygadgetmd.com

for other beauty professionals to rent and oŒer services. 346-371-0538. amazing-body-lash-studio.business.site COMING SOON 8 Later this year, a Victoria’s Secret store will open in Valley Ranch Town Center— located at 21383 Market Place Drive, New Caney—according to a Facebook post from the East Montgomery County Improve- ment District. The nationwide company sells items such as lingerie, beauty prod- ucts, perfume, swimsuits and sportswear. www.victoriassecret.com/us 9 Construction on a new Jersey Mike’s Subs location—planned for 21690 Hwy. 59, Ste. 200, New Caney—is roughly 50% complete, a Splash Communications spokesperson con”rmed July 5. The location, which will be a part of Valley Ranch Town Center, is expected to open at the end of August. The East Coast-based sandwich chain serves hot subs, such as the Chipotle Cheesesteak, and cold subs, such as the Club Supreme. www.jerseymikes.com 10 F45 Training is coming soon to Val- ley Ranch Town Center—which is located at 11985 N. Grand Parkway, New Caney— according to a June 9 news release from developer The Signorelli Co. A timeline has not yet been announced for the proj- ect as of press time. The workout studio has locations across the globe and oŒers team training exercise classes focusing on circuit training in cardio and resistance workouts. www.f45training.com 11 Rogers Premier Salon Suites will be opening a new location in New Caney, according to a June 29 news release from developer The Signorelli Co. As of press

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N . L A K E H O U S T O N P K W Y . Tex-Mex dishes, such as Quesitacos, Tapatio Ramen, Baja Birria Fries, rice bowls, corn in a cup and nachos. Birria Los Primos also has a location at 1010 Prairie St., Houston. 346-818-1205. www.losprimoshtx.com NOW OPEN 1 Birria Los Primos celebrated the grand opening of its new food truck at 23562 Ford Road, Porter, on July 2. The truck sells twists on classic Mexican and 2 Houston Methodist Orthopedics and Sports Medicine opened a new location in the Houston Methodist Comprehensive Care Center in Kingwood on June 13. Located at 4501 Magnolia Cove Drive, Bldg. 6, Ste. 201, the facility oŒers acute

care, imaging, physicals and orthopedic pain management. Additionally, the facility oŒers on-site access to physical therapy and rehabilitation as well as lab services. 936-321-8000. www.houstonmethodist.org/orthopedics/ locations/kings-harbor 3 K&M Ace Hardware —which ”rst opened in Atascocita—opened a second location in Kingwood on June 16. Located at 4540 Kingwood Drive, the store fea- tures everything normally oŒered at Ace Hardware, including paint, tools, home repair equipment, and a lawn and garden center. Knowledgeable staŒ is also avail- able on-site to assist customers with any of their hardware questions and needs. Additionally, the store shares an indoor

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time, a timeline had not been announced for the project, which will be located in Valley Ranch Town Center at 11985 N. Grand Parkway, New Caney. According to the release, Rogers Premier Salon Suites will provide beauty services such as hair care, massages, skin treatments and nail care. www.rogerspremiersalonsuites.com 12 Premier Martial Arts plans to open a new location in Valley Ranch Town Center at 221181 Market Place Drive, Ste. 300, New Caney. The studio will oŒer classes in karate, taekwondo and kickboxing for children as well as krav maga and kickboxing for adults. The studio will also host karate birthday parties and family events. A projected opening date had not been announced as of press time. 281-672-6057. www.premiermartialarts.com 13 Kanga’s Indoor Play Center and Cafe will be opening a new franchise location at 5366 FM 1960 E., Humble, by the end of 2022. Construction on the facility began in mid-July. The Humble location will be the fourth Kanga’s location in the Greater Houston area, according to a July 13 news release. Kanga’s Indoor Play Center and Cafe oŒers children ages 1-11 an indoor area stocked with playground equipment to enjoy while parents can supervise from the cafe and enjoy coŒee and snacks. www.facebook.com/kangas.atascocita 14 In mid-June, Leva Living broke ground on its ”rst single-family rental neighborhood on a 16-acre parcel of land in Atascocita, located at 17260 W. Lake Houston Parkway. One-, two- and three- bedroom ¥oor plans will be available measuring from 773-1,358 square feet. Preleasing will begin in September, and units will be open in December, a Leva Living representative con”rmed July 11. The ”rst phase of the community will consist of 20 homes and an amenity center. 713-213-7113. www.levaliving.com 15 Matt and Anne Evers are planning to open their ”fth Primrose School in Sep- tember at 11833 Thorncastle Drive, Hum- ble. According to a July 18 news release, Primrose at Balmoral will total 12,068 square feet and feature 11 classrooms, six playgrounds, a garden dubbed “Primrose Patch,” a splash pad and a basketball court. Upon opening, the new facility will be able to accommodate up to 215

children. Enrollment is now open for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. For children in grades K-5, the new campus will also oŒer before- and after-school care through the Primrose Explorer Pro- gram as well as full-day summer learning through its Summer Adventure Club. Through the school’s Go & Grow program, 3- and 4-year-olds will also have access to part-time care. 832-600-6629. www.primrosebalmoral.com RELOCATIONS 16 Caney Creek LoneStar Cleaners recently relocated from its previous loca- tion at 20172 Hwy. 59, Ste. D, New Caney, to 13817 Old Hwy. 59, Splendora. The last day of operation for the New Caney location was July 13 with the Splendora location opening July 14. Caney Creek LoneStar Cleaners oŒers a number of ser- vices, including dry cleaning, laundering and alterations. Same-day services are oŒered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 832-793-5530. www.caneycreekcleaners.com 17 In early July, Tom’s Turkey began operating at 7355 FM 1960, Humble. Previously, the food truck was located at the 1960 Food Park at 3225 FM 1960, Humble. Tom’s Turkey sells turkey legs, turkey wings, turkey cheeseburgers, turkey nachos, loaded turkey mac and cheese, and other items such as funnel cakes and peach cobbler. The truck is owned by Tom “Turkey” Louis. 832-882-4018. www.instagram.com/toms_turkey NAME CHANGES 18 Med Spa of Kingwood , formerly called Relaxation Station, is under new ownership. Jennifer Miller took ownership of the business, which is located at 1409 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, in early April. The wellness spa oŒers services such as massage, IV therapy, Botox, waxing, brow tinting and lash lifts. 832-995-3380. https://medspao«ingwood.com NEW OWNERSHIP 19 Titus Express Car Wash—located at 23685 Walton Ave., New Caney—has been sold to Zips Car Wash , according to

Owner Buddy Rhodes and Operations Manager Janice Fox are celebrating the 40-year anniversary of their business, Building Enterprises, this July.

COURTESY BUILDING ENTERPRISES

FEATURED IMPACT ANNIVERSARIES Building Enterprises —located at 1410 Stonehollow Drive, Kingwood— celebrated its 40-year anniversary in July. According to owner Buddy Rhodes, Building Enterprises puts together teams to help individuals grow their businesses by improving sales, organization and workplace culture. Rhodes noted the business assists clients by building relationships with prospects within their target markets. “We represent companies where we put on teams to go after the market for them, so we generate opportunities and leads for them,” Rhodes said. While Rhodes said he has been honored to help Greater Houston-area businesses achieve their goals, he noted he is also proud that he has been able to provide employment opportunities. a July 8 announcement posted on Titus Express Car Wash’s Facebook page. Per the announcement, all operations at the car wash will continue uninterrupted under the new ownership, and all existing club memberships will transfer without any action required from members. Zips Car Wash, a national franchise with more than 240 locations, oŒers several membership packages granting members unlimited access to car washes with the ”rst month costing $15. 346-340-7007. www.zipscarwash.com

“Since the beginning, we’ve had hundreds of di‡erent people work for us,” he said. “We’re well known within the community.” Rhodes said Building Enterprises is seeking employees, noting interested applicants can reach out to him directly via email at brhodes@beweb.us. 832-607-8850. www.besalesteams.com

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CLOSINGS 20 Havana’s Food Truck will be closing, owner Rey Perez con”rmed July 16, as he received a job opportunity in Miami. Perez is Cuban American, and he originally lived in Miami and moved to Houston four years ago. Perez and his wife, Herlis Valdivia, opened Havana’s at the 1960 Food Park, located at 3225 FM 1960, Humble, in January. The food truck served authentic Cuban cuisine. www.havanasfoodtruck.com

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TODO LIST

July & August events

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AUGUST 05 ENJOY A CONCERT AND SHOP Redemption Square hosts its Friday night market and summer concert series. The live entertainment starts with an hourlong children’s performance followed by local musicians. The market will oŒer food, beverages and artisan goods. 6 p.m. Free. Redemption Square, 250 Assay St., Houston. 713-860-3000. www.redemptionsquare.com 04 PICK UP SCHOOL SUPPLIES The East Montgomery County Improvement District passes out 2,500 school supply packets for students in pre-K through eighth grade at its annual back-to-school drive. Packets are handed out on a ’rst-come, ’rst-served basis. 5 p.m. Free. Randall Reed Stadium, 21360 Valley Ranch Parkway, New Caney. 281-354-4419. www.emctx.com 06 WATCH NEIL DIAMOND’S LIFE A Neil Diamond Tribute tells the story of Diamond’s life through music from the ’60s to the present. Experience Diamond’s struggles and success while listening to hits such as “Sweet Caroline” and “Song Sung Blue.” 7 p.m. $20. Charles Bender Performing Arts Center, 611 Higgins St., Humble. 281-446-4140. www.humblepac.com

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Kings Harbor hosts its last Movie under the Moon event for the summer, featuring “Finding Nemo.” Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to watch the animated “lm on the green. No outside food or drinks are allowed. 8:30 p.m. Free. Kings Harbor, 4501 Magnolia Cove Drive,

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Green Oaks Tavern regularly hosts live music in Humble.

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LIVE MUSIC GREEN OAKS TAVERN 211 E. Main St., Humble 281-570-4344 www.greenoakstavern.com AUGUST 02 Paul Ramirez, 8 p.m. 05 Evelyn Rubio Band, 9 p.m.

JULY 27 EMBRACE EMBROIDERY Gypsy Hargrove teaches a class for beginners on how to repurpose a T-shirt into an embroidered backpack. The class will discuss the basics of embroidering on a shirt. While the design kit with fabrics will be provided, attendees are required to read the supply list to show up with the proper materials. 9:30 a.m. $40. Cupcake Quilts, 9574 FM 1960 Bypass W., Humble. 281-446-4999. www.cupcakequilts.com 28 CRAFT WITH CANDY Kingwood Branch Library staΠwill teach participants how to turn a

terracotta pot into a nautical candy jar. After completion, the jar can be ’lled or painted to one’s liking. 11 a.m. Free. Kingwood Branch Library, 4400 Bens View Lane, Kingwood. 832-927-7830. www.hcpl.net 30 EXPERIENCE SUMMER MOVIE NIGHTS The animated Disney ’lm “Raya and the Last Dragon” will be shown on the lawn in Redemption Square. Families are encouraged to bring their own seating arrangements and arrive early to have dinner at the nearby restaurants. 7 p.m. Free. Redemption Square, 250 Assay St., Houston. 713-860-3000. www.redemptionsquare.com

06 Kane Alvarado, 9 p.m. 07 Sarah Grace, Reagan & Daniel Holder, 7 p.m. 13 John Del Toro Richardson, 9 p.m. 14 The Octanes, 6 p.m. 17 Casey Bowen, 8 p.m. 19 The Mighty Orq, 9 p.m. 20 Shawn Pittman Trio, 9 p.m.

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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 Timber Forest Drive bridge

3 FM 1960 Segment 2 widening Work continues on a project to widen FM 1960 from four to six lanes between Twigsworth Lane and the San Jacinto River bridge. The project will include the construction of an overpass at the intersection of FM 1960 and West Lake Houston Parkway. According to Perez, commuters can expect a major change in the tra c pattern between Town Center and Rogers Gully in the near future. Timeline: late 2021-25 Cost: $70 million Funding source: TxDOT UPCOMING PROJECTS 4 FM 1314 safety improvements Construction is slated to begin this fall on a project to replace the existing center turn lane on FM 1314 with a raised median between Ferne Drive and South Loop 494. According to TxDOT Public Information O cer Emily Black, the project went out for bids in early July and construction is expected to begin this fall. Timeline: fall 2022-second quarter 2023 Cost: $4.8 million Funding sources: 80% federal, 20% state

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Work continues on a project to build a new four-lane bridge on Timber Forest Drive where it crosses the Union Pacic Corp. railroad tracks. According to Harris County Precinct 3 o cials, the project aims to improve safety for an elevated railroad crossing while providing a second north-south corridor for residents. Timeline: rst quarter 2021-fourth quarter 2022 Cost: $6.67 million Funding source: Harris County Precinct 3 2 FM 1960 Segment 1 widening Construction is underway on a project to widen FM 1960 from four to six lanes between Business FM 1960 and Twig- sworth Lane. According to Danny Perez, public information o cer for the Texas Department of Transportation, right of way acquisition has been completed, while utility adjustments continue. Storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water line improvements are ongoing, and the rst concrete placement is nearing. Timeline: late 2021-25 Cost: $58.2 million Funding source: TxDOT

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News from Harris & Montgomery counties

Harris County Commissioners Court will meet at 10 a.m. Aug. 2 at 1001 Preston St., Ste. 934, Houston. 713-274-7000. www.harriscountytx.gov Houston City Council meets weekly at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and 9 a.m. on Wednesdays at 901 Bagby St., 2nd Floor, Houston. 713-837-0311. www.houstontx.gov Humble City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. July 28 and Aug. 11 at 114 W. Higgins St., Humble. 281-446-3061. www.cityo‡umbletx.gov Montgomery County Commissioners Court will meet at 9:30 a.m. July 26 and Aug. 9 at 601 N. Thompson St., Ste. 402, Conroe. 936-756-0571. www.mctx.org MEETINGS WE COVER Calandrian Simpson Kemp, founder of No Weapon #1Life Empowerment Foundation and member of Moms Demand Action; Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen; and Lisa Andrews Alpe, vice president of the Spring Branch ISD school board. Each of the four commissioners and the county judge nominated one person to the commission. The commission will address school safety for private schools as well as Harris County’s 25 independent school districts. Members will present their •ndings to the court before the end of their term Aug. 1 to prepare for the beginning of the 2022-23 school year. NUMBER TO KNOW The Harris County Commissioners Court voted to increase the property tax exemption for individuals with disabilities and those over age 65 from $229,000 of the appraised property value to $250,000 during the June 14 court meeting. The change would reduce the total county property tax burden— imposed by the county, the ‘ood control district and the Harris Health System—by up to $120 for covered populations based on the 2021 tax rate, according to the O“ce of Management and Budget. $250K HIGHLIGHTS HARRIS COUNTY Commissioners approved the appointments of •ve candidates to the Harris County Safe School Commission following an executive session at the June 28 meeting. The appointees include Saami Baig, a high school student at the John Cooper School in The Woodlands; Traci Latson, a teacher at the Meyerland Performing and Visual Arts Middle School;

Harris County Commissioners Court considering $1B bond for November

BY RACHEL CARLTON

Bond breakdown

HARRIS COUNTY Commissioners are considering a potential $1 billion bond issue for the Novem- ber election to fund roads, parks and public safety projects throughout Harris County. The plan, presented to commis- sioners June 28, proposes allocating $700 million for roads and transit, $200 million for parks and $100 million for public safety. The county last went to voters for a similar bond in 2015 that allocated $700 million for roads and $60 million for parks. County o‚cials said a billion-dollar

If approved by commissioners, the $1 billion bond issue would go to voters in November. $700M: roads and transit $200M: parks $100M: public safety

SOURCE: HARRIS COUNTY¦ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

bond would increase property taxes by $27 a year for residents with homes valued at $314,000. Commis- sioners would have to vote on a bond order by Aug. 22 for the item to be placed on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Harris County names new elections administrator

Montgomery County declines tax break for Splendora factory

BY RACHEL CARLTON

HARRIS COUNTY The Harris County Election Commission named Cli—ord Tatum, the former general counsel for the U.S. Election Assis- tance Commission, as the county’s new elections administrator. Tatum will be appointed at a later date once he meets eligibility requirements as a resident and registered voter of Texas. Tatum previously served as the executive director for the District of Columbia Board of Elections and the interim director of the Georgia State Elections Division. Former Elections Administrator Isabel Longoria’s resignation took e—ect July 1. Beth Stevens, chief director of voting for Harris County, is serving in the interim. “WE LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING A GREAT ELECTION IN NOVEMBER FOR BOTH PARTIES AND MAKING SURE CONFIDENCE IS INSTILLED BACK TO THE VOTERS IN HARRIS COUNTY” ODUS EVBAGHARU, HARRIS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIR

BY JISHNU NAIR

MONTGOMERY COUNTY Com- missioners declined to vote on a proposed 10-year tax abatement for Husteel America’s planned factory near Splendora, leaving the item to die at a June 28 court session. Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts moved to approve the item but did not receive a second to sup- port it. Metts said the move would be justiŠed in the long term. “I’ve met with these folks and have had good experiences with them,” Metts said. “I don’t see any reason why we can’t be good neighbors.” However, County Judge Mark Keough said he believed it was “not great optics” to approve a tax abatement when residents are “struggling” with property taxes. “Montgomery County is pro-business, pro-all the things that make Texas great,” Keough said. “But I don’t think we can justify an abatement while people are taking it on the chin from property taxes.” The proposed abatement would have relieved 100% of taxes for 10 years. Any future abatements will require a 30-day notice before they can be discussed again.

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REAL ESTATE DATA

COMPILED BY HANNAH ZEDAKER

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Across all Lake Houston-area ZIP codes, fewer homes sold from July 2021-June 2022 than sold in the previous 12 months. Lake Houston-area homes were also staying on the market for less time over the past year than they did the year prior, and the median home sales price increased across all seven ZIP codes.

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$240,000 $193,000 +24.35% $320,000 $270,000 +18.52%

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National mortgage rate data Mortgage rates steadily declined early in the pandemic with the 30-year xed-rate mortgage dropping to as low as 2.65% in January 2021. Rates have since increased, spiking to their highest point since 2009 as of early May. 30-year xed-rate mortgage 15-year xed-rate mortgage

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GUIDE

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2022 REAL ESTATE EDITION

HOME IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE

COMPILED BY WESLEY GARDNER

ASK A ROOFING COMPANY

ASK A PEST CONTROL COMPANY

Matthew Miller opened Weather Shield Structures in Kingwood in February 2021. The business oers a number of residential and commercial roong services aimed at protecting properties from adverse weather. Additionally, the company provides storm damage consultation to help customers assess any weather-related damage.

Larry Fleming opened Accurate Home Services in Porter in 1999. The business provides a number of home-related services, including pest control, home inspections, home design and construction contracting. Fleming oered the following tips to help property owners keep pests under control.

of dollars’ worth of damage if left untreated. Cockroaches are known to spread diseases as is also true with the presence of rodents. Some of these diseases can be quite dangerous. WHAT PREVENTIVE MEASURES WOULD YOU RECOMMEND? The best preventive measures for keeping insects or pests from one’s home is to keep trash and debris cleaned from around the structure. Place any dog food or other foods in sealed containers and keep the kitchen clean. ... Leaving a 4-inch-by-6-inch slab exposure between the nished grade and the siding on the house ... makes termites have to work harder to enter the structure.

As far as shingles go, we have class IV impact resistant shingles. They can resist hail impacts up to 3-4 inches, [which is roughly] baseball sized. They also have a 130-mile-per-hour wind rating. WHAT ARE SOME POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES OF PUTTING OFF ROOFING REPAIRS? Obviously, if preventive maintenance is not done and you do not get your roof checked out, you are likely to end up with storm damage that will result in water intrusion in your home. You don’t want to be woken up in the middle of the night with water leaking on your forehead from the ceiling in your bedroom.

WHAT SIGNS MAY INDICATE AN INFESTATION? While we would recommend a professional that is trained to look for the signs of infestation, there are some indicators that would be good for the homeowner to watch for so the infestation can be limited. For example, mud tubes on the exterior foundation, trails observed in the paper side of sheetrock, the presence of wings in windowsill areas, wood rot and damaged wood can all be indicators of a deeper issue, such as the presence of termites. WHAT RISKS DO PESTS POSE? A termite infestation can do thousands

WHAT ARE SOME OF THE SIGNS THAT INDICATE ROOFING SERVICES MAY BE REQUIRED? Residents should always check to see if there are any existing missing shingles or lifted shingles anywhere on the visible part of the roof. If they cannot see the entire roof, it would be wise to have a contractor come out and do a thorough roof assessment with photo documentation so that you know exactly where your roof may be compromised at before it’s too late. Weather Shield Structures does this for free. WHAT PRODUCTS DO YOU OFFER GEARED TOWARD HANDLING BAD WEATHER?

Larry Fleming Owner Accurate Home Services 23552 FM 1314, Ste. 101, Porter 281-745-0234 www.myaccuratehomeservices.com

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BUSINESS FEATURE

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Mitigating further damage While some property damage is unavoidable, other damage can be largely prevented if homeowners know the signs. Here are a few tips to spot drywall water damage before further damage occurs. Look for discolored water stains on any walls. Keep an eye out for traces of mold in bathrooms, kitchens, attics and basements. Look for signs of water damage on the „oor, such as cracks or holes in tiles.

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Adam Shepherd, who has lived in Kingwood since he was 10, opened PuroClean of Kingwood in January 2019.

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PuroClean of Kingwood Local engineer helps property owners rebuild after disaster strikes A s a mechanical engineer, Adam Shepherd has dipped his toe in a lot of industries with his background spanning a blower job is to kind of bring some order to that chaos.” However, Shepherd said his role extends beyond helping his customers with damaged property. “I like to take a holistic approach [and] not just make sure that their property is taken care of, but make sure that if they need temporary housing, they have a place to go,” he said. “If they have belongings that have some … sentimental value, we make sure those are taken care of.” BY WESLEY GARDNER

manufacturer, NASA, and oil and gas. Now, Shepherd owns PuroClean of Kingwood, which helps home and business owners clean up and mitigate property damage caused by water, re, mold, biohazardous waste and most other situations that require professional cleanup. The business opened in January 2019. “To be a good engineer, you have to make sure all your bases are covered and understand the importance of what good documentation looks like, what a good scope [of work] looks like,” Shepherd said. “All of that is very applicable to this business.” According to Shepherd, PuroClean’s initial role is to assist customers by assessing property damage on-site and guring out the best path forward to restore as much damage as possible. “It’s not unusual for us to walk into a situation that’s completely chaotic,” he said. “We’re meeting people sometimes on the worst day of their life. My

PuroClean technicians use a number of products and techniques to quickly remove soot and deodorize homes that have experienced re damage.

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Despite the experience he brought to the job, Shepherd said there was still a learning curve when he rst opened PuroClean. Within the rst nine months of opening, Kingwood was hit with a tornado and experienced several “ooding events, including Tropical Storm Imelda. “It was kind of a baptism by re,” he said. Shepherd said he is content with keeping his business in the Kingwood area, noting he likes to be able to service the area he calls home. “[The most rewarding part] is being able to accu- rately scope a job so [customers] get an equitable payout from their insurance company, and [their property] is made whole or even better,” he said.

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