• April

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    When To Seek Help for Hoarding Cleanup

    When To Seek Help for Hoarding Cleanup

    Hoarding is a behavior wherein a person collects and keeps objects that have no use to them. The person may choose to live without working utilities and appliances putting their personal health and safety at risk. Depending on the severity of the hoarding case, families or friends may choose to begin the hoarding cleanup process

    • March

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    What To Do When Your Basement Floods

    What To Do When Your Basement Floods

    Causes of a Flooded Basement Basement flooding can occur for several reasons, including broken water supply lines, hot water tank failure or aging plumbing.  In most cases, basement flooding is a result of heavy rainfall combined with improper yard drainage and no basement waterproofing.   Heavy rainfall can cause water to pool-up around your foundation.

    • December

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    Fire Safety during the Holidays

    Fire Safety during the Holidays

    During this, the most wonderful time of the year, holidays bring families and friends together for festive celebrations and bountiful feasts. Sadly, it is also the time of year when residential fires are much more common. So while you and your loved ones are decking the halls and making merry, keep an eye to fire

    • November

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    The Process of Mold Remediation

    The Process of Mold Remediation

    As we mentioned in our previous article on the dangers of mold, the EPA highly recommends you hire a professional to deal with any mold problem larger than three square feet. Maybe you’ve sniffed out a funky portion of your basement or spotted visible signs of mold growth in your attic. You know you need

    • November

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    The Water Damage Restoration Process

    The Water Damage Restoration Process

    For anybody who experiences a flood, burst pipe, or a leaky roof, more often than not, the first question that comes to mind once the more immediate water problem is solved is “what now?” Facing down pools of standing water and rising humidity in your home, you only know you need to act fast before

    • November

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    The Dangerous Aftermath of a Meth Lab

    The Dangerous Aftermath of a Meth Lab

    Because the ingredients are relatively cheap and easy to find, meth labs are often discovered in homes, apartments, hotel and motel rooms, mobile homes, and even sheds. Signs that a residence may have housed a meth lab include a large amount of cold tablet blister packs, bottles, lithium batteries, lighter fluid, paint thinner, acetone, and