The discovery of mold in your rental property should cause you to spring right into action. Not only can mold growth be detrimental to the health of your tenants, but uncontrolled mold can cause property damage. Learn why it's just so important for you to take mold remediation seriously. Liability and Loss of Use Lease agreements distribute property to the tenant, as well as the property owner. Typically, the language within these contracts dictates that the property owner is liable to make repairs when an issue arises with the property that was not caused by the tenant.
25 September 2019
If you are moving to an area that gets a lot of rain, you should make sure the house you purchased has waterproofing in place. If not, then you need to do this on your own. This will help prevent leaks if you have a bad rain storm or flooding. To help you, below are two areas you need to start out with waterproofing. The Basement If the home has a basement, this is the first place you should start.
18 January 2019
The last thing you want is to come home to find your lower level flooded or to have a leak in your ceiling soaking your home interiors. However, such issues are one of the risks of being a homeowner. If you have recently had water damage in your home, there are many facts you should know about water damage itself as well as the water damage restoration process. Once you know these facts, you will be ready to contact a water damage restoration services company as soon as possible.
10 September 2018
Are you in the process of recovering from a flood that caused a lot of damage to your house? The best way to bring your house back to order without getting overwhelmed with the work is to hire a water damage restoration company for the task. This article will cover a few of the questions that you might have in regards to hiring a water damage restoration company. Will Removing Water Be a Timely Task?
29 July 2016
If your home has been damaged in a storm or is otherwise in need of repairs that your homeowners insurance company is going to pay for, you might be thinking about hiring someone locally or even doing some of the work yourself. Although these two ideas can seem like good ones, it's actually usually a better option to have your insurance-related repairs done by a company that is approved by your insurance agency.
19 January 2016
Did you recently have water damage in your home? Has the water damage left your carpet soaked and stained? Water can cause big problems when it enters a home, especially if it gets underneath the carpet. There's the damage to the carpet itself, which may be very costly to replace. However, there are also health and safety issues. If moisture gets trapped under the carpet and in the carpet pad, mold can form, making the air in the home dangerous to breathe.
23 June 2015
Following a house fire, it is important that you take precautions to avoid further damaging your possessions. Simple acts such as attempting to clean up the soot on walls, could result in more damage. Here are some dos and don'ts to follow once you return to your home. Dos When you need to move around your home, it is important that you carefully do so. Lay down plastic or cloth tarps before navigating through your home.
15 April 2015