Fire Recovery Realities

  • Moisture Madness | 3 Hidden Issues Your Wet Basement Will Cause For Your Home

    23 March 2015

    You say it is just a basement; a place for extra storage that really does not matter to you and your home at all. After all, you can close the door and not visit the damp and dull space unless you just have to, which may not be very often. As easy as it may be to close the door on a wet basement and keep it out of mind, you may want to think twice before simply ignoring the problem.

  • Answering Pressing Questions Concerning Customer Care During Commercial Roofing

    10 March 2015

    Any time there is construction work taking place on a commercial building it directly affects the customers just as much as the store owner. To make your customers happy you have to make sure you know how to make this project as seamless as possible. Here are a few of the top questions concerning keeping them content during a roofing project: Is it best to alert your customers of an upcoming roofing project?

  • Sliding Doors For Your Business

    3 March 2015

    Sliding doors are an excellent choice for any business seeking stylish, functional, and convenient doors for their entrances and exits. Regardless of your industry there is a door for you. Understanding the primary features, maintenance requirements, and specialty types will help you pick a commercial door that's right for your building.  Drive Type The majority of industrial sliding doors are belt driven. This means that the doors slide in one direction across a horizontal plane, and open parallel to the door header.

  • Tips For Saving Fire-Damaged Rugs

    23 February 2015

    A house fire can damage rugs in one of three ways: combustion, smoke and ash. Rugs that have been damaged by combustion are generally beyond saving. Burned fibers on a carpet can never be unburned, and while some rugs may be saved with careful fiber matching and carpet weaving, these services are very expensive and generally not an option for many people. However, smoke and ash can be washed out of a rug that has been fire damaged.

  • How To Maintain Your Wood-Burning Fireplace

    16 February 2015

    A wood-burning fireplace has many advantages over other types of fireplaces. You get the beautiful look and smell of logs burning in the fire, the outdoor aesthetics of a real chimney, and it is more eco-friendly than gas fireplaces. However, in order for it to keep working properly, you need to keep it cleaned and maintained on a regular basis. Here are some tips for making that happen. Get it Cleaned Routinely

  • Keeping Your Sprinklers Operating Efficiently

    10 February 2015

    It's a known fact that your lawn needs moisture in order to remain healthy and retain its beautiful green luster. Unless you are fortunate enough to live in an area with a consistently perfect amount of rainfall each year, you have to look for alternative methods of moisture, such as sprinklers. Make certain you understand that simply installing sprinklers and using them isn't always enough to keep your lawn healthy. Properly maintaining your sprinklers is crucial to accomplishing this goal.

  • Has Your Home Suffered Water Damage? Keep Health In Mind As Repairs Are Made

    5 February 2015

    When your home has been damaged by flood waters or a burst pipe, the first thing that generally comes to mind is repairing the damage so you can have a comfortable place to call home again. However, there is another important aspect of the water damage restoration process to keep in mind -- your health. Health Risks Following Flooding Mold loves moist places, and it won't take long for mold to start growing after a home has been flooded.