preparing for the restoration process of your home

Recovering From Major Flood Damage In Your Home

It only takes moments for your home and personal items to be covered by flood waters. But it can take weeks to salvage your possessions. The key to saving as much as possible is getting items up out of the water as quickly as you can. Here is what you need to know about saving your home and personal items from water damage. The Flood Water Source is Important Water restoration companies categorize flood water based on the number and type or hazardous organisms contained within: Read More 

Refinishing An Old Wood Desk Into A New Office Favorite

If you wish to place a desk in your home to use in an office or for your child to do homework on, but you do not have the funds to buy a new piece of furniture at the time, consider looking for an old one to refinish. It is possible to find an old wood desk for a cheap price at a yard sale, flea market, or through private sales listed online. When you find one to purchase, refinishing can be done on your own with some household tools and the following tips. Read More 

House Settling And Mold – They Are Connected

Have you noticed the odor of mold and mildew in your home? If so, it is time for a mold inspection. During an inspection, the technician will look for mold growth in every area of your home. If mold is found to be present in several areas, your house settling may be the cause. How does house settling lead to mold problems? When a house settles, the foundation is compromised. When this happens, the home that was previously water-tight springs small leaks. Read More 

3 Tips For Drying Flooded Carpet

Did you have a major water leak or intrusion in your home? Is a portion of your carpet now flooded with water? If so, you're likely looking for the fastest possible way to save your carpet. The first step is to determine whether the water is sanitary. What's the source of the water? Did it come from rain water or from a clean pipe in your home? Or could it possibly include sewage or other dangerous contaminants? Read More 

How To Get Rid Of Mold On Wooden Window Sills

If you have a window in a highly humid or moist area, check for mold growth on the window sill. Mold thrives on windows in a moist environments like a bathroom, which could eventually cause wood rot. Mold also increases your risk of developing health problems so it is best not to delay getting rid of it. Here are some tips on getting rid of mold on window sills. Prepare the Area Read More