preparing for the restoration process of your home

Turn The Page On Damaged Books After A Flood

When water fills your basement or home, speed is of the essence to save what can be saved. While most homeowners are focused on the big picture -- ensuring the home and furniture are quickly dried out and mold is prevented in them -- saving the small things can sometimes be overlooked. A collection of books, for example, can easily be overlooked or dismissed as not salvageable in the face of such a disaster. Read More 

Commonly Asked Questions About Removing Graffiti From Glass

Graffiti is a common form of vandalism, and it can ruin the appearance of your home or business. Fortunately, it is relatively simple to remove most forms of graffiti, but there are many people that are not familiar with this process. As a result, they may be concerned that glass with graffiti on it can not be saved. Luckily, this is far from the case, and after you have these two graffiti removal concerns answered, you should find this task to be far less intimidating. Read More 

Repair And Restoration Of Dilapidated Homes: How A Structural Engineer Plays A Part

While watching the TV show Hoarders, you might wonder who makes the decision about how unfit homes are after the junk is cleared out. In many cases, the building inspectors working for the cities where these homes are located are licensed structural engineers. The structural engineers do more than just decide if a home is salvageable. Here are some of the other roles a structural engineer plays in the repair and restoration of dilapidated homes. Read More