Why A Wet-Vac Isn't Enough: 3 Future Problems That Commercial Restoration Stops Now

Posted on: 23 November 2018
You know that a bad flood with water rising several feet high and coursing throughout your building requires a professional flood damage restoration effort. But did you know that even a smaller flood, like a burst pipe or overnight flooding from rains seeping in from under the door requires professional help, too? As tempting as it may be to simply rent a wet-vac and set up a giant fan, you need to have a restoration company evaluate the damage to prevent additional problems later on.
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Electric Cordless Lawn Equipment: What You Can Get, And How It Works

Posted on: 23 November 2018
Lawn care equipment is essential to the maintenance of all properties. However, if you are a landscaping contractor who is trying to promote your business as an eco-friendly one, you will want and need lawn care equipment that is economical, fully functional, and very "green." The best possible solution is electrical lawn care equipment since it utilizes a power source that will not pollute the environment  Additionally, this type of equipment often operates at lower decibels of sound, reducing the noise pollution that so many pieces of yard equipment are known to do.
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Remodeling Your Bathroom And Living In A Small Space? 3 Features To Include

Posted on: 5 October 2018
Remodeling your bathroom can be a great move when you live in a smaller space and are concerned with how your bathroom feels cramped. If you're unhappy with the way that your bathroom is laid out, you'll need to take care to look into features that can help maximize functionality in the bathroom and ensure that it feels better put together. Instead of rushing into getting just any features installed during the bathroom remodeling, consider the following projects that can improve your bathroom considerably.
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Roof Dry Rot - What Is It And How To Prevent It

Posted on: 2 September 2018
The shingles may look like they're in great shape; unfortunately, that doesn't mean that there isn't a problem that you can't see. The average homeowner doesn't climb up onto their roof, so discovering wood rot often goes unnoticed until there are professional roofing inspections done or if there is sagging or other noticeable problems. To ensure you get the maximum life from your roof as well as the structure of your home, it is important to understand what dry rot is, the cause, and the prevention.
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