Welcome to Reilly Painting & Contracting, "The Home Mechanics," and Reilly Properties. We are your Cleveland Contractors who also provide rentals in Cleveland, Ohio. We have served Cleveland Heights for 35 years.
This blog is edited, maintained, and written by Brook Reilly, a social media and blogging consultant based in Cleveland, OH.
"I would like to express my appreciation for the careful work and attention to detail that has made my home update a virtually painless experience. We now have a very attractive and usable attic that was transformed so well by your expert staff. Thanks for a great job!"
Tweet These days, we need all the advice we can get to sell our houses quicker and for a good price. We have two lists for you: things buyers do not want to see (some things more surprising than … Continue reading
Tweet Written by Mike Ferrante 216-322-5052. Email – Mike@21Mike.com Anyone who has rented is accustomed to landlords and property managers asking for in-depth information about their financial history, past residences, income, favorite color, etc. Prospective renters fill in every blank … Continue reading
TweetWhat if I told you that your Home Mechanics could make this happen (we are actually doing this currently with a customer who wants to sell her house in Cleveland Heights). Not only can we finance the repairs if money … Continue reading
TweetHave you ever moved to a city for a short period of time and had to put up with living in the sketchy motel next to that even sketchier trucker stop? Luckily at Reilly Properties, we offer a short term … Continue reading
TweetAlyssa Abkowitz of The Wall Street Journal discusses the confusion behind online estimates to an already tricky housing market in her article The Fuzzy Math of Home Values: Jason Gonsalves worked hard to turn his 6,500-square-foot stucco-and-stone home in the … Continue reading
TweetWhen you sign a lease to live in a house or apartment, you have a legal obligation to pay that rent until your lease expires. Pretty simple right? What happens when you fall in love, move-in with your significant other….and … Continue reading
Tweet Do you know someone who is looking to rent their first home? If you are new to renting a house, and don’t know where to begin, don’t feel left out, it’s a very tricky situation, especially if you … Continue reading
TweetOriginal details. Some houses have ‘em, some don’t. If yours is among the latter—meaning that it wasn’t born with architectural elements like carved wood balustrades or embossed metal window latches, or if some of those enhancements were lost over the … Continue reading