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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.Read
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…Read
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), a fire department somewhere in the U.S. responds to a fire every 24 seconds. This can be a devastating experience should it ever happen to your home or business. But even if the restoration that comes afterward can be too much to…Read
As a homeowner, you might think that mold and mildew won’t thrive during the winter season. But you should be aware that condensation forms more frequently during the season because the warm indoor air rises to the attic and meets the cold underside of your roofing system. When enough moisture…Read
Moist and dark environments usually encourage mold growth, especially in temperatures between 60 to 80 Fahrenheit. When you see it in your home, make sure to contact a mold restoration specialist immediately. Identifying and eliminating mold as soon as possible can help your family avoid infections, respiratory conditions, allergy and asthma attacks,…Read