Vacation End with a Flooded Bathroom? 3 Steps to Clean Up the Mess

Posted on: 13 December 2016

If you came home from a weekend away and found out that your bathroom had flooded, you'll need to get things cleaned up fast. The longer the water stands, the bigger risk you have of encountering mold growth. This is particularly true if you have standing water in your bathroom. Here are three steps to take if you've encountered a watery mess in your home. Open the Windows If you've got standing water in your home, you'll need to open all the windows.
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4 Steps to Quickly Remove a Small Mold Breakout in Your Home

Posted on: 28 September 2016

When you notice a small growth of mold inside of your home, you need to clean it up right away in order to prevent the mold from growing larger and spreading. Mold can expand overnight, so it is vital that you address any mold you ever find in your home on the same day that you find it, if possible. Here are four steps that will help you quickly squash any mold that shows up in your home.
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Comparing The Potential Alternatives For Fixing Worn Out Bathroom Tile

Posted on: 16 September 2016

People are becoming more and more familiar with companies that offer to make a bathtub look like new with tub resurfacing, also sometimes called tub reglazing. However, not everyone is familiar with the idea of using a similar process to make bathroom tile look like new. This tile refinishing process has both advantages and disadvantages when compared to the alternatives, such as painting the tiles yourself or replacing the bathroom tile entirely.
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Five Things To Do While The Damage Remediation Specialists Are On Their Way

Posted on: 15 September 2016

The need for damage remediation after a house fire is urgent, but that doesn't mean you should try to do the cleaning job yourself; instead, limit yourself to activities you know will be productive while the professionals are on the way. Here are five tips about what you should and shouldn't do while waiting. 1. Call your insurance Your insurance company should be notified of the damage as early as possible.
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