Flood Prevention Tips When Building A Home Next To A River

If you have recently purchased a piece of nice riverfront property and have been thinking about what type of house you are going to build, it is important to take the river into consideration. While the river might be calm and low now, you should take into account the times when it will be raging and perhaps even crest the banks and flood the land. You don't want your new home to be ruined because you built too close to the riverbank, or didn't take into account other flood precaution improvements.   Read More...

4 Tips For Protecting Your Family From Lead Exposure

Before the dangers of lead were widely known, it was not uncommon for lead paint to be used inside homes. Lead paint was banned in the United States in 1978, but if your home was built before that year there is a possibility that there is some form of lead paint in your house. Use the following tips to protect your family from lead exposure if your home was built before lead paint was banned:   Read More...

Mold Problems Spreading And Causing Serious Structural Damage To Your Home

Once mold starts growing in your home, it can lead to big problems that need to be treated. Structural damage is an issue with mold that can be costly to repair. With a minimal amount of moisture, mold can grow inside walls and spread to many areas of your home. Serious damage can start as the mold problem begins to eat away at materials as well as cause health hazards. Here are some of the mold problems that can lead to serious damage in your home:   Read More...

What You Should Do When You Home Has Suffered Water Damage:Tips For You

When your home has suffered water damage, either from a burst pipe or flooding due to unusually high amounts of rainfall, you may wonder what steps you can and should take to begin to get your home back on track and looking and functioning great. After the initial shock of a waterlogged home has worn off a little, it is time to get to work and take the steps necessary to overcome water damage and to ensure that the integrity of your home (and the health of your family) does not suffer because of it.   Read More...

3 Tips To Deal With Demolition With Flood Damage Restoration

When your home has been flooded, you may be dealing with a different type of water damage. Not only will you want to get the water out, but you may also have to deal with problems like sediments and other contamination in your home. This often means that there is going to be some demolition that is going to need to be done. Here are some tips to help you deal with the flood damage and demolition in your home:      Read More...