18
Oct

Preventing Water Damage in the Bathroom

Water damage can happen even in the area where water is used the most – the bathroom. Water can seep into the tiles, molds and mildew can grow, and the paint and bathroom finish can become unsightly because of unresolved water damage. Third-party service ratings website Angie’s List came up with a list of signs that point to a water

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8
Oct

Early Signs of Possible Mold Issues

Molds can definitely be a huge problem and part of resolving it efficiently is detecting and remediating it early on. Most homeowners are not aware of the early signs of a mold problem, such that they only get to act on it once the problem is already full blown. The problem with this though is that mold damage worsens by

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24
Sep

Why Sewer Backups is a Worst Type of Water Damage

Sewer back-ups can happen to any home, and it does not need to be fully-flooded outside a home for it to occur. All it takes is a tree root, old plumbing fixtures, or a problematic community sewer line for a back-up to wreak havoc in any property. Home improvement website TheBalance.com tried to explain what sewage back-ups are and how

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23
Aug

How to Deal with Water Damage on the Ceiling

Ceiling Water Damage 101 Water damage can happen in any part of the home, but one of the usual areas that gets hit is the ceiling. When roof leaks happen, water damage can automatically occur on the ceiling. So once this takes place, what should a homeowner do? Home improvement website Hometips explained what happens when water damage hits the

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9
Aug

How to Properly Clean Roof Gutters to Avoid Water Damage

Roof gutters are a huge help in diverting rain water in one area. It however can be a huge problem if it is not periodically maintained. TheSpruce.com came up with a comprehensive guide in cleaning out roof gutters. In their guide they mentioned that the cleaning up of gutters with damp content will require a different cleaning method compared to

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