Have A Big Kitchen Fire? Follow These 3 Steps

Dealing with a fire in your home can be quite stressful. Not only do you have appliances and other personal property that is damaged due to the flames, but the structure of your home will have damage as well. Here are some tips to follow after a house fire. Secure Your Home One thing you'll want to do after a big kitchen fire is make sure that your home is secure. Read More 

Recommendations To Help You Clean Up After Home Water Damage

After a water line breaks in your home, your sewer backs up, or outside precipitation causes flooding that enters your home, you will need to clean up the mud, water, sewage, and any other mess the flooding has caused to your home. There are many tips to help you complete this clean-up task using anything from simple equipment to professional services. Here are some recommendations to help you clean up after water damage to your home interior. Read More 

The Four Big Dangers of a Flooded Basement

At first thought, water in your basement may not seem like that big of a deal. You pump it out, replace a few floorboards, and everything goes back to normal -- right? Well . . . hopefully. Not to scare you, but water in the basement can actually present a few risks, and it is best that you are aware of these so that you can protect yourself and your family members as you deal with your wet situation. Read More 

How To Dry Out Water Damaged Books

If you have a wide variety of collectibles stored in boxes in your basement, then a flood can be devastating. This is especially true if you have a variety of books that are considered keepsakes, rare additions, or antiques. When books come into contact with flood water, they can deteriorate quite quickly. If you find yourself with many books that have become wet, then you need to act quickly. Place Books In The Freezer Read More 

Mold Keeps Growing In Your Screened Back Porch? Here’s Why

Every time you look around, mold pops up on your screened back porch. You do all you can to keep the room dry, but mold stills grows. One of the things about mold is that it can grow in almost any place as long as there's a water source available, such as dew or  evaporated water. Here's how dew and evaporated water causes mold and what you can do to stop them before they damage your screened back porch. Read More