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Anyone who has a dishwasher knows how it can make cleaning up after meals faster and easier. We load up this modern-day convenience, secure in the knowledge that, not only will our dishes come out clean and sanitized, but we’re also saving water and helping the environment. So, it’s a...Continue Reading

If you live on the Gulf Coast, in Tornado Alley, along the Mississippi river, or other areas prone to natural disasters, you’ve probably asked the question, “are natural disasters increasing?”, at least once. According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) the simple answer is “Yes.”...Continue Reading

Looking for a new home can be fun, exciting, and sometimes stressful. But eventually, you’ll find a house that checks all your boxes, and you’re ready to make your purchase. However, during the inspection process, the inspector finds mold. That’s a deal breaker, right? Or is it? The truth is...Continue Reading

By now, we all know that certain kinds of mold have the potential to make us sick. We look for the first signs of mold in our bathrooms, basements, crawl spaces or any other moist, dark places in our homes....Continue Reading

Because of greater visibility, in part due to shows like A&E’s Hoarders, more people than ever are aware of the psychological condition commonly known as “hoarding”.  Hoarding is where someone compulsively saves items that other people may see as having no value. Someone with this disorder...Continue Reading

Becoming a landlord and renting out a few properties—like single family homes, duplexes, or condominiums—can be rewarding and profitable, especially to retirees. And while most of your tenants will take care of your property and work with you if something needs repair, occasionally you might get...Continue Reading

Older neighborhoods can be a joy to live in. Beautiful architecture, friendly neighbors, good schools, and big trees. Unfortunately, sometimes those big trees can be a disadvantage too. Especially if one falls and blocks access to the street, takes down electrical wires or, even worse, lands on...Continue Reading

You’re taking your morning shower and run out of hot water before you even get a chance to wash your hair. Or you pull into the garage and see a huge puddle of water near your water heater. We use our water heaters every day, but we usually don’t think about them until something goes wrong. When...Continue Reading

Dealing with a fire or water disaster in your home or business is stressful enough. But trying to separate myth from fact when dealing with fire and water damage can be even worse. Unfortunately, common myths about fire and water damage can lead you to make poor choices when deciding how to deal...Continue Reading

Seasonal storms can uproot plants, damage vehicles, and even cause leaks inside of your home. But you don’t have to have a flooded home to get a wet carpet. Even water from a plumbing leak, a burst water heater, or even an overflowing bathtub can cause water to saturate your carpet. If your...Continue Reading