2 Signs You May Have Mold Growing Under Your Bathroom Floor

Posted on: 5 February 2019

If you have noticed a musty smell emanating from your bathroom, you may start to suspect that you have mold growing somewhere in the space. However, you may not have been able to find any indication that the mold is coming from the walls or ceiling. If so, look for the following signs that you may have mold growing under your bathroom floor. 1.  Discolored Spots Keeps Reappearing on the Grout Between the Floor Tiles
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3 Tips For Home Sanding Projects

Posted on: 10 December 2018

When it comes to owning your home, it is vital that you never be satisfied with the state of it. In this regard, there are several upgrading projects that you will want to undergo. In this regard, sanding is an excellent way to really get the most from your household. To this end, follow the strategies in this article so that you can learn more about the best sanding projects, why they're advantageous and how you can carry them out.
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Three Ways to Reduce the Risk of Basement Water Damage

Posted on: 30 October 2018

By the very nature of being belowground, your basement is at constant risk of getting water damaged, either through dramatic and intense floods or from the constant exposure of small amounts of humidity and moisture. Fortunately, there are a few different things that you can do in around your home in order to reduce the risk of experiencing and having to pay to fix a waterlogged basement in the future.
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Floods And Your Electrical System

Posted on: 26 September 2018

If you have experienced a flood in your area and your home was compromised by the floodwaters, then you may have a lot of questions when it comes to water damage, restoration, and the types of things you need to do to ensure that you can live in your home damage-free. Well, when it comes to your home, you need to think about safety first, especially if you think that the electrical system has been affected.
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