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7
Feb

Indicators of Water Damage Behind Walls

Water damage can occur in areas that are hard to see. It can be under the flooring, behind the walls, or even in ceilings. But how can a homeowner, or a home buyer get clued in about potential trouble behind walls? Home improvement website DoItYourself.com has shared information on how to check for water damage behind walls. In their write-up

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12
Jan

Common Water Damage Issues During Winter

Water damage can occur in any home at any time of the year. The winter season though comes with a different set of challenges that could lead to water damage to any type of structure or property. Super Dry San Diego Flood Restoration Online And while most damages can be covered by a homeowner’s insurance, not all types of winter-related

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12
Nov

Common Myths About Molds and Mold Damage

There are a lot of misconceptions about molds and mold damage, and ever since the mold scare of the early 2000, much misinformation has also been circulated. Super Dry San Diego CA While there is nothing wrong in being vigilant about mold presence in a property, being hypervigilant may also have its downside like losing money from unscrupulous individuals representing

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31
Oct

How to Prevent Molds in a Flooded Carpet

Flooded carpets are the perfect breeding ground for molds, and for this reason, experts advise that once a home gets flooded, carpeting should immediately be removed and dealt with for it to be salvaged. Third-Party Service Ratings Website Angie’s List shared some tips on what should immediately be done to carpets following a flooding incident. FEMA on Molds  “The sooner

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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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