3 Ways To Prevent Mold From Taking A Hold In Your Home

Posted on: 12 April 2018

Once mold is present in your home, it can be really difficult to get rid of. That is why it is best to take preventative measures to ensure that mold doesn't accumulate in your home in the first place. 1. Keep Your Bathroom Dry Your bathroom is naturally a wet place. It is where you shower, wash your hands, wash your face, brush your teeth and use the restroom, all tasks that require the use of water.
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5 Steps To Take To Prevent You Sewer Lines From Freezing

Posted on: 18 November 2017

When you live somewhere that gets really cold weather in the winter, and you have a septic system, you need to make sure that you take steps to prevent your sewer lines from freezing up, such as: #1 Keep Your Pipes Insulated One of the best steps you can take to protect your sewer lines, and all the plumbing lines in your home, is by keeping them insulated. It is really easy to insulate your plumbing lines.
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Is Your Basement Apartment Damaged After A Flood? What Are Your Options?

Posted on: 13 March 2017

If you rent an apartment or room below ground level, you may find yourself occasionally moving all your belongings off the floor (or even carrying them upstairs for temporary storage) to avoid water damage during a heavy storm. While homeowners with flooded basements or lower levels are free to seek restoration and remediation at their leisure, those who are renters rather than owners may have a more limited scope of options.
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Water Damage Restoration: Saving And Cleaning Wood Furniture

Posted on: 24 June 2015

It can be devastating to go through a flood in the home, especially if many of your personal belongings are damaged beyond repair. The first step to getting back on your feet involves calling a water damage contractor. Once the majority of the water is gone, you need to start thinking about whether or not you can save some of your furniture pieces. Some things may need to be thrown away, and others will require a bit of elbow grease to restore them to their original condition.
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