Getting Rid Of That Nasty Black Mold Around Your Tub In Just 3 Easy Steps

Posted on: 10 May 2015

Unfortunately, the growth of mold on the grout which surrounds your bathtub is actually a very common problem. This is because not only does this area often get exposed to standing water, but it is also protected from direct light most of the time as many people tend to leave their shower curtains and doors closed when the shower is not in use. The good news is, getting rid of this unsightly and potentially hazardous mold can be much easier than you think.
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Mistakes To Avoid When Dealing With Water Damage In The House

Posted on: 4 May 2015

When dealing with a flooded house, you need to be careful so that you don't cause further damage or injury to yourself. You can do this by avoiding mistakes that may aggravate the situation such as: Not Dealing With the Source of the Flood Unless you are dealing with rainfall caused flooding, you need to deal with the source of the flooding first before beginning any restorative services. For example, if it is an open tap that was left running, then you need to turn it off.
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How to Handle Ice Dams on Your Home

Posted on: 30 April 2015

If you live in an area that is plagued by snowy winters, it is important for you to effectively handle any ice dams that cover the sides of your home. These form when the snow on your roof start to melt due to sunshine or a heated attic. Aesthetically, they are not very attractive, but there are more serious reasons not to like them. They can cause structural problems and water damage, and they can threaten human safety.
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Three Tips For Choosing The Right Kind Of Caulk For Your Wooden Window Restoration

Posted on: 25 April 2015

While it's possible to restore an old window yourself, it'll be a lot of work. If you don't spend a lot of time researching which tools you need, you're also liable to make a lot of mistakes. If you have an old wooden window in your home that needs to be restored, remember these three tips to help you choose the right caulking solution. Use A Flexible Water-based Caulk On Softer Wooden Frames
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