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Tips for Preventing Mold

Friday, April 17th, 2015

Too often mold goes undetected in the home until it becomes a big problem. The sooner mold is detected, the easier it will be to remove and clean your home. Better yet, prevent mold before it has the chance to infiltrate your home. Follow these tips to prevent mold from makings itself at home, stopping…

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4 Spring Cleaning Tips to Avoid Disasters

Friday, March 27th, 2015

As the seasons change, chances for disaster within the home can become even more likely. As winter turns to spring melting snow and changing temperatures can lead to disaster within the home, including water damage and mold. Take the spring cleaning steps necessary to keep your home clean and free of of disaster.   The…

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Icicles and Ice Dams: What to Know

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

View image | gettyimages.com Icicles are a standard part of winter, but the ornate spears of ice hanging from your roof could be part of a larger problem: an ice dam. Ice dams can be problematic in the winter due to their potential to cause roof damage and water damage as they melt. Though the…

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Tips for Recovering from Water Damage

Monday, January 12th, 2015

View image | gettyimages.com Water damage is one of the most common types of disaster affecting homes and businesses. Causes of water damage vary largely and can range from everything from leaking or broken pipes to flooding, appliance malfunction, or even humidity. Water damage is especially damaging because it affects everything. Water can infiltrate virtually…

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Understanding Lake Effect Storms

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

#169591986 / gettyimages.com Towns and cities located near lakes receive a lot of their precipitation from a weather phenomenon known as lake effect. This weather is responsible for snowstorms, strong winds, and whiteout conditions during the winter months and is extremely common anywhere near a large body of water. The northeastern and Great Lakes regions…

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