When it comes to water damage, you are probably aware of the extent of damage that it can do to your home. Odors, faded walls and destroyed carpets are all things you can come to expect from the usual suspects, such as floods, tropical storms and overly heavy rains. However, there are a few ways that your home can work against you and slowly introduce water damage to itself. There are plenty of ways that water damage can enter your home stealthily and from the inside.
28 July 2015
Are you living in one of the areas of this nation that has been seeing record rain this summer? Summer isn't normally the time you would expect to see drenching rains, but 2015 weather has proved to be an anomaly. The country received more rain in May than in the past 121 years. June brought historic rainfall to 21 areas across the United States. And July is lining up to be more of the same.
28 July 2015
If you have chronic allergies, your symptoms probably worsen when there are high pollen counts in the air, and when you are around mold. While you cannot control the amount of pollen that exists, you can control the mold inside your home. Mold tends to grow only in certain conditions. If you can prevent these conditions from occurring in your home, you may be able to keep mold away. Here are the two main conditions that must be present for mold to grow and thrive in a house.
17 July 2015
In May 2015, the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas had a record month for rain with 16.96 inches recorded. Heavy rainfall led to flash floods and a lot of homes experienced some type of flood damage. When faced with flood waters in your home, you need to make the decision whether you are going to attack the problem yourself or leave it for the professionals to clean up. Here are three things you need to consider before you make this decision.
13 July 2015