• How to Clean Up Water Associated With A Leaky Pipe And Assess The Room For Damage

    If one of the pipes leading to your home's restroom has burst due to freezing and then thawing out in a short amount of time, you may have encountered flooding in the bathroom and fear that the floor and other surfaces affected will need to be replaced. Before panicking and believing that your situation is hopeless and is going to cost an exorbitant amount of money to repair, calm down and follow the advice below to clean up the mess and assess the room for damage. [Read More]

  • 3 Reasons Elderly Homeowners Are More Prone To Mold Problems In Their Home

    Mold is one problem that many homeowners fear so much that they will spend a lot of time researching and investigating to make sure their homes do not have a mold problem. Because of this, you would likely catch onto a mold problem before it completely overtakes your residence. Unfortunately, if you know an elderly homeowner, you have to help them be aware of mold in their home. These senior citizens often fall victim to major mold problems that almost completely take over before they realize there is an issue, which can be incredibly dangerous. [Read More]

  • Dos And Don'ts Of Handling Water Damage As A Homeowner

    Suffering from water damage as a homeowner can be extremely stressful, whether it be a busted water pipe or even basement flooding. By knowing what to do and what not to do when facing water damage in your home, you can take the proper steps to resolving the issue while minimizing damage as much as possible. DO Shut Off the Electrical Supply First of all, if possible, get shut off electrical supplies/circuit breakers to the affected areas of the home. [Read More]