Protect your hardwood floor during this season where we are getting a mixture snow, rain and sunshine. The steps are easy and effortless!
Smoke damage and its effects on your technology is worse than you think. Since smoke is acidic in nature, make sure to call a professional promptly.
Dangers of Smoke Damage and How To React Quickly
Learning how to avoid the dangers of smoke damage and how to react quickly in calling the professionals will keep your home and family safe. Continue reading Dangers of Smoke Damage and How To React Quickly
Top Causes For Fire In Homes and Businesses
Fires are destructive, but do you know you the top causes for fire in homes and businesses and how they can be avoided? Read more for prevention tips. Continue reading Top Causes For Fire In Homes and Businesses
Having a pet in your home is very fun to come home to and very comforting at times, but today we are going to say: no! to pesky pet hair in your home. Continue reading Say: NO! To Pesky Pet Hair In Your Home
Dryer fires peak at an all time high in the month of January: Fire can occur when the lint builds up in the exhaust ducts or in the dryer itself.
The usual outcome of the extra heat building up is a residential or commercial fire due to lint blocking the required air flow. Continue reading Dryer Fires Peak At An All Time High In the Month of January
Fire Pit Safety
Summer evenings keep us outdoors longer. Many summer evenings get cooler once the sun has set and a popular way of keeping warm is by using a fire pit in your backyard. As enjoyable as fire pit can be, it is important to be aware of fire pit safety. Flames can get out of control in a snap. Follow these guidelines to keep you, your family and your home safe while using your fire pit. Continue reading Fire Pit Safety
Summer is here and the heat may bring in some unexpected surprises. Always be sure to check your home for possible mold damage.
Dry winter air brings on a ton of annoying ailments in your home including dry skin, chapped lips and nosebleeds. Humidifiers can help combat that, but before you place one in your home or office, follow these tips for proper use and care of humidifiers. Continue reading Use and Care of Home Humidifiers
As we’ve discussed before, mold grows naturally indoors and outdoors. When mold grows, spores start to fly in the air and can easily be breathed in. Everyone reacts differently to inhaling mold, some become very ill and others show allergic reactions. Since many of spend most of our time indoors, it is important to try improve our air quality. The EPA has stated that the indoor air quality is often 2-5 times worse than outdoor air. Continue reading Air Quality and Mold