Tips To Help You Clean Your Home After Flooding And Mold Growth

After a home flood, it can be common for mold growth to occur inside the home, especially when the moisture is allowed to remain for some time. According to the EPA mold can grow within 24 to 48 hours of exposure to moisture and should be remedied quickly to avoid growth and to prevent associated health problems. Here are some steps and tips to help you clean up after flooding damage and mold growth: Read More 

3 Structural Problems That Affect Homes With Slab Foundations

Foundation issues that cause structural damage affect millions of homes every year. Finished basements are often talked about due to the unique problems in a basement below the grade level. Problems also affect homes built on crawl space and slab foundations. Sometimes, concrete slab problems get overlooked until a problem has grown into serious structural damage. Here are some of the foundation issues that can affect your slab foundation. 1. Eroding Soils Caused by Poor Exterior Drainage and Watershed Design Read More 

5 Boiler Maintenance Tips

Regular boiler maintenance is key to extending the life of your boiler and keeping it running efficiently. Boiler repair and boiler installation can be expensive, so it's best to reduce the need for costly repairs by keeping your boiler is good condition with routine maintenance. The good news is, boiler maintenance is relatively easy and it will save you money in the long run.  Release Blocked Air It's very common for blocked air to reduce the efficiency of your boiler. Read More 

Four Signs That Your Climate May Make Your Crawlspace A Haven For Mold

Some areas of the country have a much higher frequency of mold problems than others do. This has a lot to do with the climate, which can turn your home and crawlspace into a welcoming environment for mold growth. You can of course control your house's indoor environment with climate control and humidity control and waterproof your crawlspace to reduce moisture problems beneath the house, but knowing whether your climate makes you susceptible is key to stopping the problem before it starts. Read More 

Two Add-Ons That Can Protect Your Roof And Home

Your roof is a very large part of your house and protects your family each day from the elements. That's why it's in your best interest to give it some attention every so often and ensure that it's in good shape and can continue to shield you. In addition to regular maintenance tasks, you may want to consider the following things you can put on the roof so that your roof and home are better protected. Read More