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Reducing Damage Before It Happens

Hi, my name is Franny, and before a forest fire burnt down my home, I was a pretty normal and boring person. Tragedy, however, has the power to make you learn new things and see where you went wrong. I do not want anyone to suffer the trauma I did after that fire, and as a result, I have created this blog. It focuses on how to prepare your home for damage. Whether you are worried about typhoons, fires or any other type of threat, you will find the tips about damage reduction, property protection and damage contractors you need here.

Latest Posts

Dry And Clean Surfaces In Your Bathroom After A Burst Pipe
10 November 2017

If a pipe burst inside of your bathroom sink's van

3 Causes Of Summer Water Damage Every Home Owner Should Be Aware Of
7 June 2016

It seems like water damage problems are more commo

Dealing With Water Damage To Hardwood Floors
29 May 2015

If you've got hardwood floors, chances are they ar

Is It Mold Or Is It Mildew? - Sometimes, It Really Doesn't Matter
17 March 2015

Many people use the terms mold and mildew intercha

3 Methods For Restoring Water Damaged Wood Furniture
24 February 2015

After a flood or a fire, it can be distressing to

3 Causes Of Summer Water Damage Every Home Owner Should Be Aware Of

It seems like water damage problems are more common during rainy seasons like spring or through freezing weather in the winter, but the summer presents a number of problems on its own. Instead of taking your home and pipes for granted, you should be prepared for any type of damage that can come your way. By being properly prepared for water damage in the summer, you can minimize the damage, prevent mold growth, and ensure that your home stays protected. Read More 

Dealing With Water Damage To Hardwood Floors

If you've got hardwood floors, chances are they are going to experience some kind of water damage eventually. Hardwood floor damage can be caused by common spills, moisture in the air, or any type of flooding. There are a few things that you need to keep in mind when you are dealing with hardwood floors that have been damaged by water. Determining Damaged Areas If you didn't experience a flood, but your floors were exposed to large amounts of moisture, you should look out for warping and expanding planks. Read More 

Is It Mold Or Is It Mildew? - Sometimes, It Really Doesn’t Matter

Many people use the terms mold and mildew interchangeably and it's no wonder. These tiny fungi are similar in appearance and thrive under similar conditions. Both can be found in warm, moist areas of your home, such as the bathroom and kitchen, and both require immediate attention to eradicate. Both respond to the same treatment, but if you are the inquisitive kind, you may be interested in how they differ. Read More 

3 Methods For Restoring Water Damaged Wood Furniture

After a flood or a fire, it can be distressing to walk into your home and see your furniture and personal items that have been damaged by water. You may want to get started trying to restore your items right away. While it's always best to wait for instructions from the water damage restoration professionals, there are some restoration efforts that you can begin on your own. Removing water stains from your wood furniture can be a fairly manageable DIY task if you know what you're doing. Read More