Dos And Don’ts Of Dealing With Water In Your Home’s Crawlspace

13 July 2018
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Does your home have a crawlspace underneath it? If so, then you probably don't spend too much time in this dark (and probably somewhat creepy) enclosure. At the same time, it's a good idea to at least take a peek down into your home's crawlspace a couple of times of month -- especially during periods of heavy rain or precipitation--to make sure there isn't any standing water. Unfortunately, homes with crawlspaces are prone to water issues that can become serious hazards if left undiagnosed and unrepaired. Read More 

Services Offered By Roofing Contractors

29 June 2018
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When your home develops issues with its roof, it can be tempting to attempt to fix them on your own or to hire a local handyman. However, you're often better served by hiring a professional roofing contractor instead. These skilled individuals have the experience necessary to install, repair, or clean a roof without accidentally doing more damage. In addition, most are licensed, bonded, and insured.  A roofing contractor can easily take care of the following issues for you:  Read More 

Naturally Removing Left-Over Musty Odors After Water Damage Restoration

7 May 2018
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Once water has damaged an area of your home, you'll likely have to deal with the musty smell that is left behind. Even after the visible damage is gone, the smell of the damage could linger for weeks or even months. Here, you'll find some tips to help you eliminate that musty smell so that things smell as good as they look. Furnishings The team that came in and completed the water damage restoration work for you has already removed the damaged building materials, but the things that you've brought back into your house could be filling your home with that musty stink. Read More 

April Showers Bring More Than May Flowers: How To Waterproof Your Home This Spring

20 April 2018
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Now that spring is here, it's important that you waterproof your basement. You might think that the danger has passed now that winter is over. Unfortunately, that's not actually true. Spring rains increase your chances of being affected by basement flooding. The best way to avoid spring basement flooding is to start waterproofing as soon as the warm weather approaches. Here are four steps you need to take to make sure your basement is protected against springtime flooding. Read More 

After Flood Waters Subside: 3 Hazards That Can Come Back To Haunt Your Home

27 February 2018
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If your home has been flooded, there is a lot of work that you put into renovations and you do not want problems to surface later. Some of the hazards include things like contamination and mold growth. Raw sewage can also be a problem in some cases. Here are some of the hazards that can come back and haunt your home after flood restorations and how to prevent them from affecting your home: Read More