2016

  • Tips To Help Deal With Fire Damage That Has Your Home In An Unlivable State

    Fire damage restoration does not always mean completely rebuilding your home. The damage may be more due to water used to put the blaze out or the smoke and smells that are left behind in your home. These problems may still make your home unlivable, so you will want to quickly start with the rebuilding process. Here are some tips that will help you quickly start rebuilding your home and getting things cleaned up after a small fire:
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  • 3 Consequences You'll Experience If You Don'T Deal With The Leak In Your Basement

    It can be tempting to forget about a leak in your basement, especially if you don't use your basement on a regular basis. However, ignoring a leak in your basement can lead to serious consequences. Consequence #1: High Humidity Levels The first consequence that you will experience if you fail to fix a leak that is occurring in your basement is higher humidity levels. All of that water that is leaking into your basement will eventually start to evaporate, which will then increase the humidity in your basement.
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  • Did Your Home Have Water In It? Search These 4 Places For Potential Water Damage

    As a homeowner, know that water damage does not only happen when there is a broken pipe or flood. Damage from water can actually transpire over the course of several months or years. For instance, a small roof leak could big problem that you may not realize is happening until the damage is substantial. If you look for water damage in these 4 places, you can catch potential problems early.
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  • Was Your Sofa In A Flood? 4 Tips For Restoring It

    When you get water in your basement, you'll have a ton of cleaning to do if you want to get your basement back to how it once was. If furniture got wet, you may be wondering if you can restore the item or if you'll need to throw it out. While hard surfaces are easy to clean thoroughly, restoring your sofa is not so simple. If you follow these tips, you'll be doing all you can to salvage your furniture.
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  • Found A Lot Of Mold In Your Home? The Proper Way To Handle It

    If you have a lot of mold in your home, such as in your bathroom, you need to clean it as quick as you can. Someone in your home may be sensitive to mold, which would cause them to become sick. Below are some tips on how to handle this mold properly so you can make your home a clean and safe place. Wear the Right Gear When you disrupt the mold spores, they are released into the air.
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  • Basement Flooding Dos And Don'ts For Homeowners

    Basement flooding is a relatively common catastrophe that can occur during periods of heavy rain, especially in basements that don't have any type of waterproofing solution in place. Of course, no homeowner ever thinks they're going to be the victim of a flood. Still, it will pay off in the long run to be aware of what steps to take in the event of a flooded basement at your home--as well as which mistakes to avoid.
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  • The 4 Most Common Causes Of House Fires

    Having your home catch fire is a homeowner's worse nightmare. Not only will fires destroy your property, but they put the safety of you and your family at risk, as well. You should know the most common causes of house fires in order to stay vigilant and better protect your home against fire. Smoking If you're looking for a good reason to quit smoking, here's one, smoking is one of the most common causes of house fires.
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  • The Benefits Of Fiberglass Gutters

    Fiberglass gutters are a new type of gutter, and are an alternative to the more traditional wooden, aluminum, and vinyl options that are most common on the market. Because of their uniqueness of their material, fiberglass gutters possess a unique set of advantages. Understanding the benefits associated with fiberglass benefits can help you decide whether or not they are the right choice for your home's roof. Resistances Fiberglass as a material is naturally resistant to rot, rust, and corrosion, which means that fiberglass gutters are much more likely to withstand extended weather exposure when compared to their wood and metal counterparts.
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