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.
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.
19 August 2015
Protecting your home from potential water damage issues can save you a lot of money in the long run. The most common areas in a home that suffer water damage is under the sinks. Many times, drains leak and water damage occurs before the homeowner even realizes that anything is wrong. To protect the cabinet under your sink from becoming damaged should a pipe leak, tile the bottom of the cabinet.
17 August 2015
There are many things that you need to worry about after a fire inside a home. Smoke damage can cause discoloration on your ceilings. This is one of the most common problems after an interior fire. Luckily, repairing smoke damage on a drywall ceiling is fairly simple. You can do it on your own and be on the road to recovery. This article explains how to clean and cover up discoloration from smoke damage on drywall ceilings.