If you ignore leaks in your home the water will cause damage in areas of your house that you cannot see. Click here to learn what to do.


Three Tips To Renovate Your Basement After A Flood And Prevent Future Damage

25 August 2015
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If your basement has recently been flooded, there may be a lot of repairs that need to be done. Some of these repairs can include things like tearing out the carpet, drywall and wood trim. These materials are prone to water damage and usually have to be removed. When you renovate your basement, you may want to consider doing things differently. Here are some things that you can do differently to reduce future repair costs should your basement ever be flooded again:
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Understanding Flood Water Types And How To Deal With Them

14 August 2015
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One of the first factors that you need to consider when facing a flood cleanup is the type of water that you're dealing with. There are several different water classifications, and each one refers to a specific level of contamination and bacteria in the water. You need to understand each of these flood water types and how they could affect your remediation efforts, particularly if you want to restore your home and live in it afterward.
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leaky plumbing causing serious home damage

Leaky plumbing can cause as much damage to your home as flooding. If you don't notice the leaks or ignore the leaks that you do notice, the water will continue to cause damage in areas of your home that you cannot see. Unfortunately, I have worked to repair a home that was seriously neglected by the previous owner. There have been some jobs that I have been able to get done myself, while other repairs had to be made by professional damage contractors. This blog will show you how to identify these problem areas, make simple repairs and help you know when to call in the professionals for help.