3 Areas To Focus On When Cleaning Up Your Home After A Fire

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After the fire has been quenched and your home has been deemed safe to enter again, it is up to you and whomever you hire to get your home livable again. It’s not just the fire damage that you have to deal with, but the smoke and water damage as well. The smoke damage is often much more extensive and widespread in comparison to the fire damage. Even if the fire was contained to a small area, the smoke and water damage could be more widespread.…

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3 Bathroom Plumbing Improvements To Add Efficiency To Your Renovation Project

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If you are planning on doing renovations to your bathroom, they are a great way to add value to your home. With your renovations you may also want to consider improvements that help make your home more energy-efficient, such as upgrading water heaters, installing modern manifold plumbing system and using low-flow fixtures. Here are some of the ways that plumbing improvements will help you get more savings from your bathroom remodeling project:…

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Why Your Efforts To Mitigate Water Damage May Cause Further Problems

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Flooding, for example, due to a burst pipe, can cause serious damage to your house. However, the actions you take after the flooding can even worsen the problem. Here are some of the measures that seem helpful, but they can lead to more costly problems: Vacuuming To Dry Up the Floor There are three main reasons you shouldn’t vacuum while your house is still wet. First, you don’t know the extent of the water damage especially with regards to electrical equipment.…

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