Why Remodeling After Water Damage Is A Great Option
24 July 2017
Coming home from vacation can often be disappointing, because it means you must get back to reality, but it can be even more disappointing and devastating if you come home to find that your kitchen is flooded. When this happens, you will need to contact a water damage company immediately for help eliminating the water, mold, and other problems. During this process, you may also need to decide if now is the right time to do some home remodeling that you've been wanting to do.
How To Clean Visible White Mold From Paneling
6 April 2016
If you can see visible white mold growing on paneling in your home, you probably have water damage behind the paneling that is allowing the mold to grow. In order to eradicate the mold entirely, you are going to need to remove the paneling and kill the mold at its source. However, until you have the time and resources to identify the source of the leak and remove the paneling, it is best for safety reasons to remove the visible white mold you can see on your paneling.
Have Mold In Your Home? Understand The Health Risks!
11 June 2015
When your home floods, there are two problems you will need to deal with. The first is the damage to your home's structural integrity. The second is the potential health risks that everyone in the home has to deal with from mold contaminating your floors, walls, and ceiling. The best way to prevent airborne exposure to mold spores is by having a professional come in and start the remediation process.
Water Damage From The Dishwasher: Is It Covered By Homeowners Insurance?
25 November 2014
If you have noticed water damage near or around the area of your dishwasher, you may want to file a claim with your homeowners insurance. While many of these claims are substantiated, there may be times when the insurer may not be willing to cover the damages. Here are some things that the insurance company may ask about:
Is the Dishwasher Old or Neglected?
If you have an older dishwasher, it may be a little more difficult to get your repair costs covered by your insurer.