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Will Mold Die If Moisture Is Removed?

Sunday, 01 November 2020 by

As a homeowner, you will want to ensure that everything that could damage your property and risk your family’s health is dealt with as soon as possible. Mold infestation is one such issue, and it could put a damper on what would otherwise be your ideal home. Read on to find out how mold thrives

How to Address a Hazardous Chemical Spill

Wednesday, 07 October 2020 by

A chemical spill can be a serious cause for concern whether you are looking to buy or sell a piece of property. Along with fire hazards, chemical hazards can put people and property at risk, and possibly even cause death or injury. And if you are a property owner or would-be home buyer, the presence

Are you getting ready to purchase what you thought was your dream home only to find that it has a severe mold problem? This is a much more common occurrence than you might think, and it has caused many would-be homeowners to walk away from what could have been their ideal home. Many older homes–and

The leading cause of death in a fire incident is smoke inhalation. There is a fifty to eighty percent chance of death due to smoke inhalation instead of actual fire burns. Aside from inhaling smoke in a fire, the damage after the fact can also be just as detrimental. While it is true that smoke

Does Water Damage Get Worse Over Time?

Friday, 04 September 2020 by

Just like you can spot the difference between an old and new shirt, the same could be said about noticing your home has water damage. There are revealing signs. There are discolored parts on the wall or the ceiling. The wall paint could be flaking. Puddles appear out of nowhere. Moreover, there’s that unmistakable stench

A fire broke out in the master’s bedroom. Luckily, it was contained, so it did not spread to the other areas of the house. Except for the lampshade and bedsheets consumed by fire, everything else is usable. There are no other visible damages. Are the residents considered safe? No. If the people living in the

Fire can bring visible and irreversible damage to one’s property. What’s even worse is that once the fire is gone, you are left to deal with the harmful nuisance, which is smoke damage. Regardless of the size of the fire, smoke damage can affect the entire home. This can get into vents, stick on walls,

What are Biocides?

Friday, 10 July 2020 by

Decorating your house and filling it with the things you love is one of those most exciting things about homeownership. Our homes are the places we make memories and live our lives. From the morning coffee to a hot shower, it’s the little moments that make our houses feel like home. From time to time,

Take care of your septic tank and it will take care of you. Primarily, your wallet. Routine maintenance and services are definitely a fraction (hundreds of dollars) of what repairing a system failure costs (thousands of dollars). How do you know whether or not your septic tank will flood? It’s not just walking out your

There’s a dryer in South Zanesville that caused a family to move out of their trailer. The appliance caught fire.  It was the smoke that did most of the damage, really. It’s odd to say, but they were lucky that it was the smoke. The local fire department arrived at 11:30 p.m., a statistical oddity

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