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Your home is your refuge, and your roof is the seal that keeps you, your loved ones, and belongings safe, warm, and dry. So, when your roof starts leaking, it can be quite overwhelming.

Rest assured that roof leaks are common, and even new roofs can leak. The important thing is to act...Continue Reading

While homeowners gush over their beautiful hardwood floors or new carpeting, subflooring is doing the hard work of supporting you, your furniture, and the many elements of your home. If subflooring is exposed to water or fire damage, you might need to identify these issues to keep you and your...Continue Reading

After experiencing a fire in your home or garage, surveying the damage can be overwhelming. Not only does fire damage cause extensive harm, but the methods to put out the flames also wreak havoc. Fire suppression methods like sprinkler systems and fire hoses can put thousands of gallons of water...Continue Reading

Hailstorms are when raindrops are swept into the colder parts of the atmosphere by thunderstorms. There they collect and freeze into various sized balls of ice that fall with high velocity and sudden ferocity from the sky.

Hail can be dangerous to humans, pets, and livestock and cause...Continue Reading

The sewer has invaded your house, and the smell is bad. Whether the sewage backup was caused by a clogged pipe or damage to the sewer line, you need it to be cleaned up as soon as possible. Calling in professionals is the best way to minimize the damage to your property and keep your family safe...Continue Reading

Homeowners trust electricity to light their homes and power their appliances, rarely thinking about it as dangerous. Yet the...Continue Reading

There are suds on the floor and water everywhere. The feeling of coming home to find the washing machine flooded the carpet is one of the worst. Not only are there dangers of electric shock and slipping on the sudsy floor, but after it’s all done, the water damage can continue to harm your home...Continue Reading

If you have tile floors in your home, you might assume that water can’t damage them. Unfortunately, water damage doesn’t stop with tile. It might be one of the best floorings at minimizing damage, but tile is not completely waterproof. Modern tile applications take additional steps in the...Continue Reading

It might be hard to imagine, but some of the most flammable materials in your home are liquid! Solvents, oil, alcohol-based products, aerosol cans, and beauty products—all commonly found in homes—may pose a danger to the health and safety of you and your family if stored inappropriately....Continue Reading

Noticing flickering lights in the kitchen, bathroom, or any other room in your house can be a nuisance, but it’s usually not a reason to be concerned. There are many reasons for lights to flicker or dim—some that are harmless and others that may be hazardous. Before you get worried, be sure to...Continue Reading