How to Look for Mold Before Buying a Home

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Looking for a new home is an exciting venture, especially if you are a first-time home buyer.  The feeling you get when you find the right home is amazing, but you must stop yourself from getting too excited until you give the home a thorough inspection.  One of the biggest issues you should check for …

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How to Repair Fire Damaged Clothing

Nothing can be scarier than experiencing a fire within your home. As you work with your insurance agent to have as many belongings and building materials replaced as possible, keep in mind that some items can be restored to their original conditions. Depending on the degree of damage and amount of time elapsed before treatment, …

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Fire Escape Planning in Apartment Buildings

While it may be simple to develop a fire escape plan for a house as it is usually not the size of a tall building. Apartment buildings on the other hand, can be more complex and will require detailed planning in order to ensure everyone’s safety. When planning for a fire in a large building, …

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Caring For Your Commercial Rubber Flooring

Flooring technology has made major strides in durability over the past few decades, but wear and tear still take their toll, especially in commercial buildings. That’s why it’s vital to take a few preventative measures and know how to clean rubber flooring to protect your investment and keep it looking great. Keep sidewalks, driveways and …

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Hiring Maid Services

Thorough house cleaning requires time and effort and if you have a busy schedule, you may not have enough of either to adequately clean your home yourself.  Many homeowners in this position may consider professional house clean service to keep their homes consistently cleaned and maintained.  While a professional maid service can do wonders to …

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How to Remove Cooking Grease Stains from Protein Fire Damage

There’s nothing like having a home-cooked meal with your family and friends. Certainly, using the oven or stove provides healthier dinner options than the microwave, not to mention it tasting better. However, there are many risks associated with stove and oven cooking. If the cooking food is left alone at any point in time, there …

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What is Greywater Damage or Sullage?

When water damage occurs, you will want to hire a flood cleanup professional right away. But you’re your general knowledge, there are three different types. They will all depend on their source, whether they were caused by rain water, sink water, or sewage water, some forms will be exceedingly more dangerous than others. The first …

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Finding Hidden Mold in Your Home

We all know that mold can be lurking wherever there is moisture and darkness, such as basements and crawlspaces. But there are other places in which it could be growing that you may never even find until you search there yourself. But if you or anyone in your home is experiencing severe allergy or respiratory …

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How to Prevent Mold with Spring Cleaning

Especially for Midwesterners, nothing feels better than to finally be rid of the snow! As we look forward to the warmer temperatures for the next 6 months, the forecast shows a lot of rain heading our way. While many individuals prefer this over snow, heavy rain and thunderstorms are associated with a lot of risks …

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How to Save Money and Time During Disaster Restoration

When a natural disaster strikes you property, it can be a very shocking experience as you may not know where to turn or how to proceed. However, the first moments that you recognize the damage are the most crucial in preventing additional costs and time in repairs. Insurance companies also want you to be able …

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