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  • Jun 7
    2022

    Tips To Prevent Mold Growth


    Prevent Mold! When growing in a controlled environment, mold can be quite helpful.   For example, mold is needed to make cheese, penicillin, and other antibiotics, and is the source of many other useful things.  In the outdoor environment, mold helps decompose organic matter and is part of the ongoing…

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  • Apr 13
    2022

    3 Effective Ways to Remove Smoke Odors Inside Your Home


    The fire has been put out and the affected area has been cleared, and yet an acrid smell continues to permeate everything. Not only are lingering smoke odors unpleasant, but they can also negatively affect yours and your family’s health. Fortunately, there are a few simple things you can do…

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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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  • Sep 8
    2021

    Saving Water-Damaged Books, Documents and Photographs


    Property flooding puts documents and books at great risk. Both the water and humidity can cause permanent deterioration to paper. Yet, the good news is that water-damaged paper restoration is achievable, but only when you act quickly and carefully. It’s important to start salvaging the water-damaged photos, books and documents…

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