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What Happens During a Pack-Out After a Home Disaster?

Pack-outs are performed by restoration companies on behalf of property owners after damage caused by water, fire or smoke.

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How to Remove Musty Odors and Smells after Water Damage

If you have experienced water damage and taken care of all repairs, but still have a musty odor in your home, more than likely it is the result of mold.

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10 Ways to Keep Indoor Air Fresh

Air pollution occurs not only outside, but also inside our homes.

When Water Damages Your Crawlspace

Water damage can happen in any area of your home.

10 Hidden Household Dangers

Many of us are exposed to a variety of hazardous chemicals, even within the safety of our own homes.

DYI or Call a Pro?

Many home repairs and improvement projects are simple enough to do yourself, but some require the special skills, expertise and tools of a professional.

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Winter Allergies and Your Home Environment

Those who suffer from allergies caused by dust mites, mold, or pet dander usually see an increase in their symptoms’ frequency and intensity in wintertime.

Preventing Furnace Puff Backs

A puff back is an explosion of buildup oil in the burning chamber of a furnace, boiler or water heater.

5 Home Improvement Projects to Do This Winter

The cold months of winter force us to spend most of our time indoors.

How Is Your Roof Handling the Snow? Tips for Commercial Buildings

The accumulation of snow on rooftops can cause severe damage to commercial buildings.

Detox Your Home

A typical home contains on average hundreds of toxins that can be harmful to your health.

Bats in the Attic? Here’s What to Do

Bat infestation is a problem in many homes and buildings.

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10 Smart Tips for Cutting Energy Costs

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Fireplace Safety Tips for You and Your Home

As the months and seasons change, we begin to make the necessary changes in our lives to adjust to the incoming cooler weather.

Be Proactive in Preventing Chimney Fires

During the winter months, wood stoves and fireplaces add cozy warmth to your home, but keep in mind that heating equipment is also one of the leading causes of home [...]

Create a Car Emergency Kit for Wintertime

Earlier this week we talked about safety while driving in winter conditions.

Facts About Cooking Fires

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that cooking is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries with an average of 430 fires daily.

Is Your House Earthquake-Resistant?

Earthquakes are one of the most destructive of nature’s forces.

Clothes Dryer Fire Safety Tips

Doing laundry is likely part of your daily (or at least weekly) routine.

Sleepover Fire Safety For Kids

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that 8 out of 10 fire deaths happen in the home, with the majority occurring late at night.

Vehicle Fire Safety Tips

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that vehicle fires account for about 20% of all reported fires.

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