Water Damage Restoration After Burst Pipes Have Destroyed Your Home


During the winter months, your home is at higher risk of a water damage problem. Freezing weather causes exposed pipes to freeze, which may lead to them bursting. After you have had a problem with a burst pipe, the restoration process needs to start to prevent problems like mold from developing. Here are some of the things that you will want to know about restoration after you have had a problem with burst pipes:

18 January 2017

The Danger Of Sewer Backups


Flooding and plumbing clogs can cause a disgusting problem in your home: sewage backup. If you have ever dealt with this issue, you know just how filthy and lengthy the cleanup can be. What you may not realize is just how dangerous this situation is to your health. Proper restoration steps must be followed to keep your family safe. When sewage enters your home, you need to have professional help with the cleanup.

28 July 2016

3 Tips For Home Fire Damage Restoration


When a fire breaks out in your home, the headaches associated with it can last long after avoiding the initial danger. Fire damage restoration can wreak havoc on your home, destroying property, leaving smoke and soot damage and overall lowering the quality and value of your home. If you want to pick up the pieces quickly after a fire, you will need to learn and apply some important fire damage restoration tips that will be useful to you.

19 January 2016

3 Easy DIY Fixes For Home Water Damage


Many homeowners will have to deal with water damage at some point. Luckily, if that damage is minimal, there are a few simple steps to renew your home to its former glory. Repair Wood Hardwood is a popular style choice for many homeowners because it's a versatile and practical look. Wood is susceptible to water damage, because it is a very porous material. Luckily, there are ways to salvage most water damaged hardwood floors and fixtures.

22 April 2015

You Shouldn't Fear Toxic Mold: Here's Why


Mold in homes is not uncommon, and not all molds are toxic. That's why the term "toxic mold" can be misleading. Only certain molds will produce toxic spores and only under certain circumstances. Even though a certain mold can become toxic, does not mean it will. And if it does, you must inhale enough of the mold spores for it cause illness. It is not likely that you or someone in your family can inhale enough spores to take in a toxic dose.

28 February 2015

Removing Mold After A Flood Situation


If you have a home that has recently suffered from flood damage, you will want to do a thorough job in removing moisture from the area so your home is not at risk for mold. If mold has already set in, you will need to work hard at removing it. Mold can be dangerous if it is left in place, as it can cause breathing problems for those in the area.

23 February 2015