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Flooding Complications Homeowners Should Be Aware Of

Infographic provided by: http://b-air.com/ You weathered the storm. After all the warnings and speculation, precautions and concern, the worst is over, and your home is still standing. Standing in water, maybe, but intact. Now all that’s left to do, after counting your lucky stars, is buckle down and focus on flood… Read more »

Prevent water damage to your furnace this winter

Prevent water damage to your furnace this winter Posted by Matt Buchanan Every winter, especially if you live in a cold climate, your home is under assault from the elements. Eventually, that constant assault can cause your home’s systems to fail. One common result of these failures is water damage…. Read more »

What should I do after a hurricane?

The days and weeks after a hurricane damages your home and neighborhood are incredibly difficult, both from an emotional standpoint as well as a physical one. There can be so many emotions running through a person’s mind in those days that many victims often feel paralyzed about what to do… Read more »

On Halloween, we leave you with this spooky thought

On Halloween, we leave you with this spooky thought

What you do in the coming days and weeks will have a huge impact on the water damage risks your home is under this winter. In terms of water damage prevention, you’re currently in the most pivotal time of the year for your home if you live in an area… Read more »

New Tools Bring Success to Mold Projects: Microfiber Cloths

New Tools Bring Success to Mold Projects: Microfiber Cloths

Article written by Michael A. Pinto The first article in this series ended with a discussion on using fogging to assist particle control, and the importance of proper droplet size. Smaller, light particles tend to be more effective because they are then similar or smaller in size than the particles… Read more »