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3 Trendy Flooring Projects To Add A Personalized Touch To Water Damage Restorations

When it comes to the flooring in your home, there are many conventional choices of floors that give you new floors that look good. If you are doing major renovations after water damage, you may want to consider custom improvements with trendy flooring projects, such as acid stained concrete in a basement or custom tile designs. Here are some trendy flooring projects that will help add a touch of personality to your water damage restorations: Read More 

Three Ways To Prevent Mold Growth

Mold is a potential issue within your home that is caused by moisture exposure and water damage. It is a serious health hazard, as mold in your home can leave spores in the air that can cause or aggravate respiratory conditions. Whether you have already had mold remediation done in your home, or simply feel that there are high risk areas that suffer from high levels of moisture and humidity, there are a number of things that you can do to cut down on the risk of mold taking root in your home. Read More 

3 Things To Be Aware Of When Dealing With Hazardous Materials During Home Renovations

When you get ready to do renovations to your home, there may be some problems that you need to deal with, such as problems with asbestos or other hazardous materials. You will want to know the processes of testing, removal and disposal of these materials to complete your home renovations. Here are some tips that will help you deal with hazardous materials when doing home renovations: 1. Identifying Problems That Could Be Potentially Hazardous Read More 

Burst Pipes: Some Ways To Prevent Them

In the winter, whether you need to leave the area to visit relatives or plan to sleep in your bed every night, burst pipes are probably of some concern. Burst pipes can cause messy, wet problems in your living space and can be an unexpected, unwelcome cost. To prevent such problems, you'll need to follow at least one or more of these suggestions: Have an Assessment If you know that your home's pipes are rather old, there could be some chance that corrosion or other damage has already taken place, putting your pipes in a weak position before anything has happened. Read More 

The 4 Biggest Dangers Concerning Standing Water In Residential Basements

Your basement may be muggy, humid, leaky, and fairly damp sometimes, but allowing any visible flooding issues to go unchecked could be bad news for you, your home, and all of its inhabitants. Never think that a basement flood issue can be ignored or that the water will eventually evaporate, unless you intend on facing larger issues down the road. You can avoid four of the largest dangers that basement flooding can cause by having a water damage restoration professional complete an evaluation before the situation gets out of hand. Read More