Where I live, we have several months out of the year that are packed with devastating storms. These storms have been known to damage entire communities and leave many people's lives turned upside-down. During the days and weeks following these storms, we pull together as a community to help each other rebuild and repair the homes we live in. We have worked alongside some of the best damage contractors in the country. This blog contains a ton of information about the things that we have learned from those contractors during these devastating times each and every year through the worst possible storms.
28 December 2021
Sometimes, mold problems in your home are obvious. You can see the mold in a specific place, and you don't need to test to find it. However, sometimes, it pays to bring in a mold remediation contractor to inspect your home and test for mold. When is this a good idea? You Can Smell Mold But Can't See It Mold isn't always visible. Surface mold might hide behind wallpapers and paints.
20 August 2021
Basement moisture is a common problem for modern homeowners. Despite being a common issue, basement moisture is a serious problem that needs to be addressed quickly. Allowing moisture to continue infiltrating your basement could lead to structural damage and health problems for your family in the future. You can tell when your basement has moisture problems by checking for condensation on basement walls, humid air in the basement, or the odor of mold and mildew in the basement.
21 June 2021
Residential drainage systems come in various styles, and many homes include more than a single option. One common choice for subsurface drainage is a French drain system. French drains use perforated pipes installed in relatively shallow trenches to collect water and channel it away from your foundation or other vulnerable areas of your property. Using a French drain can come with many advantages, but it's not the best choice for every home.
31 March 2021
Storms like floods and tornadoes can wreak the worst kind of havoc on your home. After they pass over your city or county, they can leave homeowners like you with devastating messes that look nearly impossible to clean up. However, it is entirely possible to clean up and regain a safe and sanitary place to live again. You can start by hiring professional storm damage restoration specialists to deal with the overwhelming aftermath of a tornado, flood or other disaster.