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  • Mar 17
    2022

    Quick Fire Safety Tips for Essential Household Appliances


    Appliances have become an essential part of everyone’s day-to-day life, and it’s hard to imagine completing your daily tasks without them. While they bring in added convenience and make chores easier, they increase the risk of fire. At least 25,000 electrical fires occur in the United States each year, as…

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  • Mar 10
    2022

    What Are the Different Types of Smoke Damage?

    Terms: Restoration

    Like basement water damage, it can take some time to deal with the remnants of a fire. One thing you’ll need to deal with after such a devastating event is smoke damage. The combination of smoke and soot can be detrimental to different items in your home and your indoor air…

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  • Mar 3
    2022

    Common Signs Your Home Has Water Damage


    Excessive exposure to moisture can lead to issues like mold growth, rot and rust. Water can harm several components of your home, such as insulation, wood, flooring, drywall, electrical wiring and pipes. Addressing water damage early can help you save on repair and mold restoration costs.  

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  • Feb 16
    2022

    Risky Vices: The Effects of Smoke on Your Home


    According to the Center for Disease Control, in 2019, roughly 14 out of every 100 adults aged 18 or older in the United States smoked cigarettes. If you’re a smoker or an ex-smoker, the walls and belongings in your home will be stained and smelly after years of smoking, therefore…

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  • Feb 8
    2022

    Old or New? How To Determine Water Damage


    Water damage is one of the more long-term issues that can affect a home. Pipes run throughout your home, including the insides of your ceilings and walls, so most of the time homeowners aren’t even aware that their property has incurred water damage. Condensation or a leak in these pipes…

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