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Basement Waterproofing: Three Things You Should Know

If you have water leaking into your basement, you will want to take steps to resolve the problem and prevent further damage to your home. Water can come into your basement in several ways, so knowing the source of the problem is the first step toward finding a solution. Here are just a few things you should know about leaks in your basement and how to prevent them. Gutter Systems Read More 

3 Steps To Follow When You First Notice Mold On Your Property

There aren't many worse feelings for a homeowner than when heading down to the basement or some other location on your property you find some mold that is growing on the walls or other areas of the room. If you should find yourself in this situation, you will want to act quickly before the problem gets worse. Here are three tips you can follow that will allow you to take control and begin the process of mold remediation. Read More 

Discover How To Restore Your Water Damaged Carpet With Ease

Are you dealing with some water inside your home? Severe storms in the area may have caused slight flooding to occur. If your carpeted floor is now soaked with water, you may not know what to do. Instead of panicking, stay calm and consider following the simple tips below to get rid of the water and ultimately restore those carpets back to their original condition. Extract the Water on Your Own or With Professional Help Read More 

The Best Way To Strip Hardwood

One of the great thing about using hardwood, whether it be for cabinetry, windows, molding or flooring, is the fact that you can refinish the surface. That is, you can remove the old stain or paint job and apply a new finish that will completely redefine the piece. There are many ways to paint stripping methods you can use on your hardwood. You can either strip the stain off with chemical agents, use power sanders, or use a combination of both. Read More 

3 Steps To Get Rid Of Mold

If you've started noticing a musty smell in your basement, you may have a moisture problem that's causing mold growth. Unfortunately, mold doesn't always grow where you can find it. It can grow behind the walls, in piles of debris or even in damp clothing. Once mold takes over, it can be difficult to get rid of. One of the problems is that mold spores can be carried through the air, which means that mold can start growing wherever the spores land. Read More