Running a business during the time of COVID-19 can be a real struggle, especially where cleanliness is concerned. The current pandemic requires business owners to take cleanliness to a whole new level. Many business owners have chosen to handle cleaning and sanitizing as an in-house project, but that might not be the best way to go. If you've been handling the cleaning and sanitizing of your commercial space in this way, it's time to make a change and hire a commercial disinfection service.
2 April 2021
A heavy rainstorm can cause a lot of damage, but if your home is susceptible to damage from water, a heavy rainstorm can be disastrous for you. The amount of water that could come into your home could cause a lot of damage for you and be extremely costly for you. If you have a water issue, even if it's just a small amount of water seepage, you should waterproof your home to prevent damage to the structure of your home.
22 October 2020
Any part of your home is susceptible to water damage, but the roof is especially susceptible due to its location. Also, water-related problems with the roof can very quickly lead to water damage in other parts of your home. You should be well-versed on your roof and water damage if you want to stand a good chance of preventing water damage, spotting water damage, and knowing what to do if you end up with water damage on your roof.
3 October 2019
Water damage restoration projects can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. This is a huge range, which may leave you wondering what factors affect the price of a water damage restoration project. Read on to learn a few of the factors that can affect the price you pay for a water damage restoration project in your home. The Type of Water That Is In Your Home
26 June 2019
When a mold colony invades in your bathroom it is hard to kill. However, if your bathroom has issues with mold, then it is important you quickly remediate the problem and then take steps to prevent future re-growth. As mold grows it sends out spores and these spores can make you ill. Removing the mold eliminates this hazardous condition from your family's living space. To remove your existing mold and prevent future colonies from taking hold, follow each of these tips:
17 November 2018
Discovering that you have problems with the foundation of your home can be one of the most worrisome situations a homeowner can face. When left unattended, disruptions to the home's foundation can rather quickly mean deterioration of the entire house, from the walls to the ceilings and everything in between. One of the methods of contending with a failing foundation is through a process known as mudjacking. This project is not something a lot of homeowners know a lot about, so if it is something a contractor recommends to you, you are bound to have questions.
25 June 2018
If you live in an area that's experiencing torrential rains and severe flooding, it's time to prepare for the onslaught of water. This is particularly true if your home is in the path of the flood warnings. While there's nothing you can do to stop floods from coming through your home, there are some steps you can take to prepare for the event. Here's what you should do before, during, and after the event.
6 July 2016
As a homeowner, you dread the thought of dealing with water damage in your home. One of the best ways to ensure you never have to deal with water damage, that you can control, is to be proactive and establish preventative measure for inside and outside of your home. There are several ways you can prevent water damage. Outside If you have an old roof, be sure to inspect it often and replace any missing shingles.
30 November 2015
One of the primary reasons it's so important to dry your home out as quickly as possible after damage from a water leak is to prevent mold growth. Once mold is present, the environment in your home becomes toxic, and the cleanup process becomes even harder. If your home has a lot of water damage, consider calling in a professional restoration company. They can supply all the necessary equipment to dry your house out fast.
24 September 2015
If you have an unfinished basement, you might think you don't have to worry about short-term floods. But if sump pump failure or heavy rains leave water pooling across the basement floor, you could be in for a mold infestation. Here are the 5 places you need to check after the sump pump fails. Behind the washer and dryer. Laundry machines are typically placed against the basement wall. Mold doesn't grow well on concrete, but it loves organic material—such as dryer lint.
18 September 2015