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While you can’t control the moisture outside, you can control the humidity levels in your home.
Hoarders are emotionally attached to their collections and can compromise their own safety and relationships just to hold on to those items.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that can be safely detected in your home only by CO detectors.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), millions of people fall ill, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and tens of thousands of people die from the flu [...]
After a hurricane, damage is often extensive, and restoration is not something a property owner should undertake without understanding a bit more about the process.
This is a very common question that does not have an easy answer.
Aside from spending time and money to fix a sewage backup problem, sewage flooding also presents serious health hazards.
The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system can cause extensive water damage if it’s not maintained properly.
When it comes to safety in and around the swimming pool or spa, drowning is usually the first danger that comes to mind.
Mold and mildew are types of fungi that share common features but also differ in many ways.
The safest way to enjoy fireworks is to attend public displays conducted by professionals.
Water entering your basement due to drainage problems, flash floods, appliance failures or other reasons can cause severe damage to your home.
Radon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless radioactive gas found in rock, soil, and water, and is relatively harmless outdoors.
Although we use them every day, many cleaners and chemicals we keep in our homes can be very dangerous if splashed on the skin, inhaled or ingested.
The first warm days in the spring are ideal for having fun outdoors, but it is also the perfect time for inspecting and adjusting the exterior of our homes.
According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), home electrical fires account for an average 51,000 fires, 500 deaths, 1,400 injuries and $1.