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DIY Mold Removal – Should It Be Attempted?

It is not advised that homeowners attempt to clean a household space contaminated by a larger sized mold infestation. An effective mold remediation plan requires experience, skill, and safety equipment - most of which the average homeowner lacks. The following are reasons to avoid DIY mold removal.
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Commercial Water Damage


Water damage in a commercial property should be immediately addressed — otherwise, the health and safety of employees and customers are at risk. Restoration processes differ for commercial water damage in comparison to residential water damage. Here’s how to handle the disaster.
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Damage Caused by Lightning and Storms

Did you know lightning strikes the United States at least 30 million times each year? Or around the world, lightning bolts strike 100 times each second? Due to the severity and frequency of storms, they are known to cause irreversible damage that can devastate families and businesses. Many of these storms are also associated with tornadoes and hail.
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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist

While there surely is no stopping any hurricane, you can limit the damage to your home or building by taking these steps to prepare. Just a few simple steps can save thousands of dollars in recovery costs and as much of your building materials and personal items as possible. Check out these tips.
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Dealing with The Aftermath of Water Damage

Water damage can be an understandably overwhelming situation, but it is important that you deal with the aftermath of it as soon as possible. Not only will the damage worsen with time, but it will also encourage the potential for mold growth. Use the following information to help your property recover in the aftermath of water damage.
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Water Damage

How to Dry Walls Better After a Water Leak

As water damage worsens over time, there is also the threat of mold growth on the wet materials. In the presence of excess moisture or water damage, the natural mold spores in the air will accumulate within the wet area and begin feeding on the affected material. This is why it’s critical to have it dried out as quickly as possible. The following is information on how long it takes wet drywall to dry, what to account for, and how to more effectively dry the drywall.
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