Plastic Vs. Metal Shelving Units For Drying Water-Damaged Belongings

Posted on: 14 January 2016

If you have just moved to an area that's prone to flooding, you know you need to be prepared in case a flood does occur and damage your home. That includes having things like flood insurance and ensuring drainage on your property is as good as it can be, but it also helps to have additional items that can make recovering from the flood a little easier. One of these is extra shelving units because, if you need to dry out everything in your home, you're not exactly going to be able to lay the items out on your flood-damaged floor.
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2 Things You Need To Know About Water Damage

Posted on: 12 December 2015

Regardless of whether you woke up to water on the floor or you returned home to find your basement flooded, you need to do something about it right away. You don't want to let the water pool on the ground or anywhere else any longer than necessary. While it might not seem like that big of a deal, water can do more damage than you realize. Even a small pool of water can be devastating to your home.
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How To Easily Fix Water Damaged Ceiling Plaster

Posted on: 18 November 2015

If the plaster in your ceiling has been damaged by water, you need to act quickly to fix the damaged. You don't want your ceiling falling in because you failed to repair the damaged area in a timely manner. The Cause Of Water Damage To Ceiling Plaster The most common cause of water damage to ceiling plaster is water has leaked in through your roof. It may have leaked into your house because you have a crack in your roof.
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Stop!!! These DIY Gutter De-Icing Methods Can Ruin Your Gutters

Posted on: 22 October 2015

If you live in an area that experiences harsh winters, you have likely experienced snow and ice build-up at some point. Some ice formation may seem harmless, and but other situations such as ice dams may accumulate to a thickness that causes concern for property owners. The latter may lead some people into trying to de-ice their own gutters, which can cause problems. Others may make the mistake of allowing the ice to sit and thaw on its own, which can also be problematic.
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