5 Tips For Protecting Your Newborn Against Mold

Mold can be a safety hazard for people of all ages, butinfants are considered especially vulnerable. Infants may be more sensitive to basic household mold due to their smaller and underdeveloped respiratory system. They can also be more sensitive to the negative effects of rarer molds due to their bodies' inability to fight off disease. If you think you may have a mold problem in your home, it is best to get it tested and treated before your baby is born. Read More 

How to Prevent Gutter Issues in High Wind Areas

If you have gutters on your home and you live in a high wind area, then you may be constantly repairing and cleaning the metal channels. While proper cleaning and maintenance are important to keep gutters in good shape, there are some things you can do to further prevent gutter issues if high speed winds are a common occurrence in your area. Keep reading to learn about a few tips that can assist you. Read More 

Tips on Cleaning Witch’s Brew from Your Vacation Rental

Flood waters are anything but clean and clear. In fact, they are typically a toxic brew of potentially harmful bacterial and chemicals. So if your vacation rental home has recently been the victim of a flood, you may want to seriously consider whether you are up to the task of ridding your home of flood waters and the debris that they may have left behind, or if you might be better off hiring a professional service. Read More 

3 Ways Water Enters A Basement And Causes Flooding

If you come home from work after a bad rainstorm and find inches of water in your basement, you should immediately call a company that offers emergency water removal services. Getting the water out of your house fast is the ultimate goal in minimizing damages, but you must also find out why the water got inside your house. If this much water came in, there is a definite problem that must be fixed to prevent this from happening again. Read More 

After The Flood: Signs Of Mold And Mildew In The Basement And What You Can Do About It

If you've already had a water damage restoration company clean up after a basement flood-- including replacing the flooring and other furniture if it was too damaged to be restored, you will still need to be on the lookout for signs of mold and mildew growth, especially if you live in a humid area. You don't want to have to call a remediation company again after you've just gotten everything fixed. Read More