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Why Does My House Smell?

If your home has a particular smell that you notice every time you walk into a certain room or corner, you might need to figure out what it is. When houses are clean and well-maintained, they usually don't have an odor. But when there's something leaking or certain parts of the house are soiled, you will likely begin to notice a distinct and unpleasant smell.

Tips for a Christmas Safe from Water and Ice Damage

If you're traveling for Christmas, take measures to prevent freezing pipes. Leave your heat on while you're away. Insulate your exposed pipes. Open cabinet doors below sinks so warm air can circulate there. Turn the water off at the main supply valve. Allow your faucet to drip slowly so that the water drains out of the pipes. Finally, have someone you trust check on your home while you're away.

What to Do If You Have Smoke and Soot in Your Home after a Fire

A fire can do a lot of harm both emotionally and financially. In fact, the damages are often very devastating. It might be tempting to cut costs by doing the restoration yourself, but it is highly discouraged by most specialists.

What to Do If You Find Mold in Your Home

Mold in your home or business can be a serious problem. It is usually caused by water damage such as leaks, poor ventilation, and floods. It can grow on any surface where there is a presence of oxygen and moisture. If gone unnoticed and untreated for too long, mold can cause health issues for someone who has had continued exposure to it. It is important that the mold is detected and removed as soo...

What To Do If Your Crawl Space Is Filled With Water

If there is water in your your crawl space, mold and mildew can accumulate quickly, wood can start to rot, and irreversible damage can occur. Luckily, there are steps you can take to get the water under control and stop it from destroying your home.
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