3 Things To Do When You Are Dealing With Water Damage To Your House

Posted on: 23 July 2018
If you have had a pipe break in your ceiling and ended up with rain in your front room, then you probably got so frustrated that you wanted to scream at one point. However, that's not going to help with the cleanup and restoration, even if it may make you feel better in the moment. After you scream in pure frustration, it's going to be time for you to figure out what you need to do in order to handle the mess and get everything back in order.
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Five Ways To Prevent—Or Minimize The Effects Of—A Major Plumbing Disaster

Posted on: 15 March 2018
Most plumbing problems are small. Your toilet clogs, and the plumber has to come remove the dog toy that your dog dropped down there. Your pipe starts dripping a little water, so you catch it in a bucket until the plumber arrives. But then there are the terrible disasters—the plumbing emergencies nobody likes to think about. Water comes gushing out of a main pipe, flooding your basement, or your sewer lines clog completely, spewing raw sewage through your upstairs.
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How To Find And Fix Odors In Your Ducts

Posted on: 8 November 2017
Does it seem like the air coming out of your ducts is a little bit smelly? If so, there's probably something wrong with your filter system, or something within your ducts that is causing the smell. The HVAC system is designed to do much more than just heat and cool your home. The filtering system circulates air, reduces dust, and it ensures that cleaner, fresher air is being pumped into your home.
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Tips For Remodeling A House After A Natural Disaster

Posted on: 11 July 2017
Moving into a different house after going through a natural disaster involves a substantial amount of work. For instance, you will first have to spend time searching for the most ideal house, and then the packing process must begin. If you don't want to deal with the stress of moving, consider remodeling your house to bring it back to a habitual condition for your family. You might even be able to get the money that is needed for the remodeling project based on the overall value of the house, along with insurance money.
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