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What’s Your Damage: The Different Types of Water Damage

When flooding hits your home or other accidents occur, you need a professional. Water damage is the primary risk. But mold becomes a greater possibility too — if the space is not properly dehumidified and ventilated. If you’re careful, you can avoid that potentially expensive risk. First, we will judge the situation based on the […]

5 Things You Need to Know About Mold Now

Mold is only a problem if you let it become one. Learning about mold — and other (unfortunately) common concerns in the home — is essential to keeping you and your family safe. A little regular maintenance and regular inspections will keep you healthy, comfortable, and less stressed. Let’s prevent mold together and jump into […]

How Do You Know There’s Mold?

Mold inspection, mold testing, and mold removal are among our most-demanded services. Mildew and mold removal are not very fun experiences however necessary, so it’s good to know what you’re getting into. Every process is made easier when you understand how it works. Here, we will explain the few ways we can test and sample […]

How to Remove Mold From Your Clothes

When mold infests your closet, you may feel like all is lost. Even after you’ve had the mold remediated in your home, it is still alive and well on your clothes. So can you remove mold from your clothes?

Is There Mold Growing in Your Attic?

At ProCare Restoration we’ve had many customers who had no idea that mold was growing in their attic. That is, they had no idea until it had infiltrated so many areas of the home that it was making them sick.

5 Foundation Facts You Need to Know

If your home is experiencing foundation issues, you probably have a lot of questions. We at ProCare Restoration have decades of experience in foundation repair and we hear a lot of misconceptions and questions about foundation. Based on our extensive knowledge, here is what you need to know about foundation.

Flood-Stricken Southern Illinois School Reopens

Shawnee High School, a public school in southern Illinois, has finally reopened after a weeklong closure due to flooding. They weren’t the only area to be affected by this historic winter flooding, though.