Making Things Right Again
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Making Things Right Again

As a parent, I can't tell you how many times I have walked in on a disaster. Just a few days ago, my kids were playing together and they decided to flood our master bathroom with a few towels and a boatload of water. Although some messes are cute or funny, others are completely overwhelming and difficult to clean up. Fortunately, I have an excellent damage contractor on speed dial, and he comes out to help me whenever I need a little assistance. I want you to know how to tackle tough messes, which is why I put up this website.

Making Things Right Again

  • How To Prevent Mold Growth Following Water Damage

    18 October 2018

    No matter the cause of water damage, from roofing leaks to flooding, excessive moisture in your home will always carry the risk of mold and mildew growth. Mold growth is a serious concern because beyond causing physical damage to surfaces within your home, it also represents a health concern and can cause or aggravate respiratory conditions. Understanding some of the steps that you can take to prevent mold from taking root can help you avoid such problems from manifesting.

  • Time To Waterproof Your Crawlspace? Why You Need To Choose Encapsulation

    23 May 2018

    If you have a crawl space in your home, you need to make sure that it's properly waterproofed. You probably know that you need to waterproof your home. If you have a basement, you know to make sure that area is waterproofed, as well. However, you might not realize that you need to waterproof your crawlspace. One reason might be due to the fact that you're rarely in your crawlspace, which means it's rarely on your mind.

  • Make Sure Your Damage Contractor Removes These Signs of Water Damage Before You List Your Home for Sale

    15 December 2016

    Water damage in your home, either as a result of heavy rains and or a plumbing leak, is something that you'll need to address right away. This is especially true if you'll soon be putting your home up for sale, as the indicators of water damage can send many prospective buyers scurrying toward homes that don't have this problem. By hiring the right damage contractor who has extensive experience with cleaning up water damage, you can be confident that the issue will be completed professionally so that, by the time your home goes on the market, everything will be in good condition.

  • Learn What To Do If A Tree Falls On Your House

    15 June 2016

    When your home is badly damaged during a storm because a tree falls on it, it can be hard to know what to do. Fortunately, insurance companies have dealt with such issues time and again and should be able to easily help you with the situation right away. The guide below walks you through what you can expect to happen when a tree falls on your home. The Insurance Company May Put You Up in a Hotel

  • How To Clean Up Water Damage In Your Home

    5 November 2015

    Whether a pipe burst, your washing machine hose leaked, or your home flooded from recent rain, dealing with the results of water damage in your home can be frustrating. Following these steps will help you as you work to clean up the damage. Safety First One of the first things you need to do is turn off and electrical current running into the area of the water damage.  This is especially important for areas with several inches of water.