Top Reasons To Board Up A Building Or Home

Posted on: 29 April 2019

Windows and glass doors are usually highly desirable due to the fact that they let in natural light, allow the people inside the home or building to enjoy a nice view, and enhance the look of a room or building. However, there are also times when windows and glass can make a home or building more vulnerable, and in these types of situations, it may be best to board up all of the windows and glass.
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How To Deal With Water Damage

Posted on: 10 October 2018

Finding water damage in your home is an unwelcome wake up call, and usually alerts you to a hidden plumbing issue that you didn't know existed. Beyond calling a plumber to deal with the underlying issue that caused the water damage in the first place, there are a few things that you should do to get your home back in working order again and to prevent as much lasting water damage as possible.
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Three Ways Mold Could Sneak Into Your Home Along With Water Damage

Posted on: 27 January 2017

Hidden mold does nobody any good, and it can actually cause all kinds of problems for you and your family, including but not limited to health problems and irritation, damage to the structure of your home and any materials it grows on, extensive repair costs, and even decreasing the value of the home itself should you ever want to sell. So it's a good idea to check occasionally and make sure mold hasn't somehow snuck its way into your home (though not your heart).
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Act Quickly to Remove Smoke Stains from Your Carpet and Walls

Posted on: 11 August 2016

While the fire might cause the most irreparable damage, the smoke that comes from the fire can also cause significant damage, including smoke stains. While some smoke stains can never be removed, if you are fast, you may be able to clean and remove other smoke stains to salvage your carpet and walls.  Protecting Yourself When cleaning soot from walls, you will need to protect yourself. Put on a pair of rubber gloves and safety glasses to protect yourself from the charred remains of your home.
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