Tips To Help You Handle A Plumbing Disaster In Your Home

6 June 2019
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Plumbing disasters can occur at any given time. What's the best way to handle a plumbing disaster? Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you get through the clean-up and repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible. Shut off the Water The very first thing that needs to be done is turning off the water. If you don't know exactly where the shut-off valve is for the particular pipe that's leaking, you'll need to shut the water off to the entire home. Read More 

Mold Facts Every Homeowner Should Know

10 October 2018
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Few homeowners really think about the risks of mold growth in their home until it is too late. Part of the reason for this is a lack of understanding about the risk factors and signs of mold. If you want to minimize the risk of health issues and structural damage caused by moisture and mold, you need to understand the fundamentals. Here are a few key facts that many homeowners don't realize. Read More 

4 Warning Signs Your Foundation Needs Repairing

14 June 2018
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One of the most important parts of your home is the foundation of it. This is what holds your property in place and is the key to having a house that is sturdy and in the best possible condition. The good news is there are several things that can weaken this critical area of your property. It this does happen, you'll want to act fast to fix it. Being aware of some top warning signs that this may occur is sure to be beneficial to you. Read More 

Popcorn Ceiling Removal

13 September 2016
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If you have some funky popcorn ceilings left over from the 60s or 70s, you know that their design is way out of style. They make your home look old and tired, so getting rid of them is a good idea.  You can remove these ceilings on your own, but if yours contains asbestos, you should consider hiring a contractor to do the work. Asbestos is at its most dangerous when being removed because the dust is a known carcinogen. Read More 

3 Choices Of Flooring To Give Your Basement A Custom Look Without Water Woes

11 April 2016
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If you are repairing your flooded basement, dealing with water and moisture can be a constant battle that you are going to face. This is why many damage restoration professionals may recommend using water resistant materials that will hold up in the moist basement environment. The use of some materials may seem like it will limit your choices for custom features like wood flooring or carpet. Here are some choices that will help give you the custom floors you want in your basement without worrying about moisture and water problems: Read More