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5 Reasons To Hire A Water Damage Restoration Company

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When you have serious water damage in your home, it can be devastating. No homeowner wants to come home to a big floor or another serious water damage incident. But, it can and does happen. When you have water damage in your home, you’ll want to act fast to clean up the problem and minimize damage. Instead of trying to handle this kind of project on your own, it’s best to hire a water damage restoration company. Read More»

Tips to Help You Repair Your Home After a Basement Moisture-Intrusion Problem

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One of the worst nightmares as a homeowner is having a water or moisture problem in your basement or crawl space. Moisture leaks cause interior damage and can lead to mold and mildew growth, which is toxic to your health. Here are some recommendations to help you repair and restore your home after you find a moisture leak in your crawl space or basement. Dry Out the Area One of the first things to do when you realize you have a moisture leak is dry out the area that has become wet as soon as possible. Read More»

How A Fire Damage Restoration Service Comes To Your Aid After A Kitchen Fire

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A fire in your kitchen is a stressful event because a fire can spread quickly and you may fear your entire house will go up in flames. Even if the fire is limited to the area around your stove, your home could need extensive restoration just to get rid of smoke and soot that travels throughout the house. Cleaning up fire damage is usually a job that requires professional help because you have to deal with structural damage from the fire as well as smoke damage and possibly water damage too. Read More»

Why You Should Be Concerned When You See Small Patches Of Mold In Your Home

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Mold is a common problem. There’s a good chance that mold is growing somewhere in your house right now or has been in the past. Common places are around the shower and in the bathroom where it is humid and warm. Mold isn’t always an extensive problem that needs intense measures to fix. Cleaning mold out of your shower can be as easy as using a cleaning product and scrubbing away the signs of mold and mildew. Read More»

How To Clean After A Washing Machine Overflow

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Washing machines are a convenience, until you find your laundry room flooded. Not only you may have to buy a new washing machine, but there’s a mess to clean.  Washing machine water is commonly clean, but water damage can lead to rotten floor boards and mold, if you don’t treat it immediately. The best thing to do is stay calm, and clean up the water by following these guidelines. Dry the Water Read More»

How To Prevent Mold Growth In Your Home

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Mold growth is one of the most serious health concerns that faces homeowners, as the presence of mold can cause or aggravate a wide range of respiratory conditions. Mold only grows in the presence of heavy moisture, and so becomes a major risk after experiencing water damage. With that in mind there are a few things that you can do to help reduce the risk of mold spores taking root by targeting specific areas of your home. Read More»

How To Paint And Restore Your Bathtub To Give Your Bathroom A New Look

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Changing up the look of a room in your home does not require you to pull out old fixtures and surfaces to replace them with new ones. You can remodel a home in your room by installing a new surface to your tile, counter top or sink basin to refresh its look. Here are some tips to help you remodel your bathroom by resurfacing and painting your bathtub. Prepare the Bathtub’s Surface Read More»

What You Should Know Before Getting Your Basement Waterproofed

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When you need to be sure that you are able to make the most out of your basement, you will owe it to yourself to have it waterproofed. The basement protects the foundation, which is the most important fixture in any building. Because of this, you should read below and learn all of the benefits that you will gain by having your basement waterproofed, how much it will cost to waterproof your basement and what you should know about hiring a basement contractor to handle the job for you. Read More»

How To Restore Water Damaged Drywall

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Water damage is always likely to damage drywall. For instance, a leaked pipe inside a wall can penetrate the drywall from the inside where there is not paint or primer to waterproof it. Water damaged drywall becomes very weak and swollen. Also, there is an extreme risk of mold formation within soggy drywall that does not dry out. This is why you need to repair and replace water damaged drywall as soon as possible. Read More»