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Learn tips for keeping your home or property protected from water, fire, mold, and other damage.

Hardwood Floor Water Damage Problems

It’s obvious that the longer a hardwood floor stays wet, the less chance it has at being saved, and higher chance that the floorboards will cup or warp even after proper drying. Here are some of the most common problems with hardwood floor water damage.

Conditions That Can Promote Mold Growth

It’s no secret; mold is everywhere. It can be helpful – for example – in penicillin and cheese – but it can also be deadly. There are many areas inside of a home that can easily harbor mold if you’re not careful. Making sure the conditions in your home do not promote mold growth is important and can save you and your family from struggling with serious health problems.

10 Ways To Prevent Mold Damage, Water, or Mildew in Your Home

Coming home to a flooded house is something no one wants to have to deal with. Mold damage can be a nightmare in any home, so it’s imperative to know how to prevent and deal with it if it happens to you. Here are some suggestions on how to deal with and prevent water and mold damage in your home.

Fire Damage Restoration Tips

Immediately following the fire, call a smoke and fire damage restoration specialist to help assess the damage in the home and begin the clean up process. A fire damage restoration professional can save a lot of money, time and keep your family safe when dealing with fire damage, but here are some things you can do before they arrive to help speed up the process a bit more.

Water Damage Repair and Your Air Conditioner

Air conditioners produce large amounts of condensation. Without routine maintenance and check ups that condensation can lead to severe water damage repair situations like water damage, mold growth, and even caved in ceilings. It is important to take the necessary precautions and inspect your air conditioner before turning it on after a long winter of being shut off. Here are some things you can do to reduce the risk of water damage repair in your home from your air conditioner: