The moisture meter is one of our most important inspection tools in the restoration business. We can answer lots of important questions! We have to ask, How wet are the materials we need to dry? What is considered “dry” in this environment? Where is the water located? At what point will this area be “dry”?
Protecting yourself from the cold weather shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. Here’s what you need to know to winterproof — or, as some call it, winterize — your home. You can even start saving money too, while we’re at it. Don’t let the snow and the end of daylight saving time get you […]
Basically, delamination is when the layers of your carpet separate from each other. If you ignore it or if the carpet has weathered serious water damage, you might just have to replace your flooring.
Flooding can cause many serious problems, and we want to prevent as much structural damage as possible. Drywall water damage is a very common issue. Here’s what we do to stop it, and restore the drywall.
Maybe you suspect that your clothes are moldy. And maybe they really have grown some visible mold on them. So, how do you make them wearable again and get that smell out of all your clothing?
What’s hiding behind those walls? And what’s hiding in them? Water damage can start out as something you can’t see, even if the area is exposed. Here are the seven most common structural problems we encounter.
When mold and spores enter your home, there’s a lot at risk. Your health becomes a concern, the structure and floors of your house can deteriorate…and not to mention: your belongings and clothes might even get moldy. How can you be proactive? Do you live in a very humid area? You might be interested in […]