restoring homes after Mother Nature throws a fit

Four DIY Tips On How To Freshen Up An Older Mattress

Giving your mattress a deep clean can be important if you have been using the mattress for a long time or are planning to move the mattress into another room, such as a children's room or guest room. In order for you to give the mattress the best clean possible, consider the following four tips that you can do on your own to give the mattress a thorough clean. Vacuum the Mattress Using a Handheld Brush Read More 

3 Tips To Make Your Home More Resistant To Water Damage

Whether you had a broken pipe or an overflowing bathtub, water damage inside your home can be extensive. In addition to restoring your property after damage, you should consider making renovations to minimize future instance of water damage. Change Your Flooring The flooring you have can make a significant difference in the amount of long-term damage your home sustains from water damage. There are multiple options for water-resistant flooring and your selection will likely be different for reach room. Read More 

Fighting Mold: The Danger After The Flood

If you are the victim of home flooding, your first task is to get the water out of your home and try to save the building from structural damage. If you act quickly, you can also rescue some of your furnishings. As important as these tasks are, you must not neglect mold removal, a necessary step after water overtakes your house. Mold Dangers Promptly contacting a water restoration company is essential to save your possessions and stop mold from invading your home. Read More 

What To Do If Your Home Library Floods

Many people have extensive libraries and collections of old documents in their homes. These documents and books could provide a written history of their interests, their family, and their life. If these items get wet and are damaged, all of this history could be destroyed. Much of it could be irreplaceable. If you have a library and it floods, here are some measures that you can take to minimize the damage and ensure that your library survives. Read More 

Things You Should And Shouldn’t Do When Trying To Clean Fire Damage

Smoke and fire can cause significant damage to your clothes, furniture and other fabrics in your home. Even a small kitchen fire can result in soot and odor in the curtains, linens and carpeting. Unless you have experience dealing with this type of damage, it is best to take anything that needs cleaning to a professional dry cleaner. However, before you go, there are a few steps you should take to ensure your belongings come out as good as possible. Read More