How to Stop a Kitchen Fire Before It Gets Out of Control

Kitchen fires are scary, dangerous, and damaging. It's true that you can sometimes stop them before they take hold, but you're likely to still have smoke damage that will need to be professionally dealt with. You'll have to catch the igniting fire very early on in order to prevent this. If you're in the kitchen when the fire starts, you're in the danger zone but you also have a chance to halt the damage. Read More 

Basement Waterproofing Can Protect Valuables From Potential Hazards

A basement inside of a home allows those who need to store belongings a place to put everything. Adults who inherit a home as part of their parents' estate may find the property is filled with rare, valuable, and sentimental belongings. Storing things in the basement comes with no costs -- a better deal than paying $200 at a self-storage facility. A basement should be safe, but problems do exist with older homes. Read More 

Mildew Remediation: Three Reasons Why It Is Easier Than Mold Remediation

Mold and mildew are often lumped together because most everyone associates mold and mildew with rot. However, mold and mildew are structurally different, and they need to be removed in very different ways. Unless you are allergic to mildew, it is the easier of the two substances to remove. Here are three reasons why it is easier to remove. Mildew Dies When There Is No Heat AND Moisture Available Undoubtedly, you have seen the mildew on your shower curtain and understand that mildew collects where it is wet. Read More 

3 Sure Ways To Stop Water From Getting In Your Basement

One of the places in a home susceptible to water damage is the basement. Whether you have a finished basement or not, water coming in through the foundation can cause your foundation to weaken and mold and mildew to get into your home. Even if your basement has never had issues with water leaking in, it very well could if you don't do the following to keep water out: Fix the Weak Spots First Read More 

Keep Your Gutters In Good Condition For Years With 3 Easy Tips

The gutters on your rooftop are responsible for diverting rainwater away from the roof, helping with drainage and ensuring that the roof doesn't get damaged during a storm. While cleaning out the gutters is an obvious step towards keeping them in good condition, there are a number of other things that you can do to ensure that they stay in great shape over the years. If you're unsure of what you can do to keep your rain gutters in the best condition, consider some of the following tips. Read More