SPRING HAS FINALLY SPRUNG

April showers bring May flowers, and its already begun. Frequent, heavy showers can lead to flooding, which can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home. To help minimize damage, use and share the following tips: Fix leaky roofs and foundation cracks immediately. Keep gutters and drains clear so they can do their job by carrying water away …

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Carbon Monoxide and Your Furnace

Staying warm is especially important during this cold winter weather, but there’s a chance your furnace could make you sick. Homeowners need to be aware of carbon monoxide poisoning in the winter when furnaces are working overtime and cars are warming up in the garage.  CO (carbon monoxide) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas …

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Not sure what to do when you have Water, Smoke or Fire Damage??

Here is a checklist of what you should do…….. Immediately report water, fire, trauma, mold, soot damage to your insurance agent. Call a certified restoration company to secure your property and to mitigate damages.  Your insurance company may provide names and phone numbers of referrals. You are not obligated to use a specific company. ServiceMaster …

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Water damage in finished basement before and after images.

When water damage occurs in your home it is important to have experts repair and clean the affected areas. A water damaged basement can lead to cracked or warped floors or walls,  ruined carpet, and structural damage to your home. The worst part, a water damaged basement can lead to mold. Preventing further mold and deterioration is important …

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Don’t Trip into Spring

Winters snow and cold can wreak havoc on your walkway. With warmer weather just around the corner, take this time to patch cracks and replace loose bricks and pavers. Rent a power washer or purchase a chemical treatment to clean up embedded stains in concrete, stone or asphalt.  Starting doing some lawn care to keep ahead …

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Do you have drafty doors or windows?

If your windows or doors are a source of chilly drafts all winter long, the problem could be worn-out seals, weather stripping or thresholds. Then again, sloppy installation might be to blame. When cold weather arrives, hold the back of your hand near the edges of windows or doors to track down the source of …

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Lead Paint in your Home?

Paint containing more than .06% lead was banned for residential use in the United States in 1978 by the Product Safety Commission. About three-quarters of homes built before then contain some lead paint. It was used both inside and outside the home because it increased durability, sped drying, and resisted moisture. The only way to …

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What’s the Difference between Restorative Cleaning and Maintenance Cleaning?

Restorative Cleaning Restorative Cleaning is typically a one-time cleaning using a truck mount hot water extraction system with a wand. The hot water extraction method, is the most popular method of carpet cleaning used by professional cleaners today. Many carpet manufacturers have begun to recommend the use of hot water extraction as a part of the regular cleaning …

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