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Why Time is the Most Important Factor to Disaster Damage

December 23, 2014 | Uncategorized

Time is the Most Important Factor to disaster damage (protects investment, cheaper longterm) Timely disaster damage removal is paramount when water strikes. Taking care of the problem immediately can save you hundreds and thousands of dollars, not to mention stress. Not dallying on water restoration, even for a couple days, will protect your investments and will…

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Can Mold Kill You?

December 22, 2014 | Carpet Cleaning

Mold or any type of disaster damage for that matter is serious business and should be handled by professionals when possible. There are plenty of questions that homeowners may have when they find mold in their home but the first question has to do directly with mold mitigation and the seriousness of mold. When you first…

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Why You Should Hire a Professional to Handle Sewage Damage

December 21, 2014 | Carpet Cleaning

Sewer damage is a severe situation that could contaminate the inside of your home or office building. A sewer damage problem can manifest itself in a number of ways. The damage could affect your toilet, tub or sink drains subtly. You may notice that you have difficulty when you flush the toilet. The water may…

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Is Your Home Making You Ill? Why Fungi and Mold is a Big Problem

December 19, 2014 | Carpet Cleaning

Water in your home causes damage ranging from minimal to devastating. However, there is more to worry about than just ruined possessions when you suffer disaster damage. Mold, mildew and fungi microbes thrive in wet, moist and repeatedly leaking areas in your home, sometimes unbeknownst to you. Disaster damage brings with it a whole host of microbes…

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Can You Remove Odor from my Furniture?

Furniture can become damaged for a variety of reasons. Everything from water and smoke damage to mold and mildew can leave unpleasant odors in furniture and carpets. Unfortunately, odors can still linger after the furniture has been dried and cleaned. If your furniture has residue odors even after a smoke or flood damage restoration process, the…

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How to Kill Black Mold

December 18, 2014 | Carpet Cleaning

Black mold is a type of mold that often grows in houses and is usually a result of disaster damage. The mold appears as a black or greenish-black, slimy mold and is dangerous to humans, so action should be taken immediately to remove it. Black mold can cause many symptoms including respiratory problems, rashes and nausea….

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Top 5 Tips to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

December 17, 2014 | Carpet Cleaning

We often think of air pollution as an outdoor problem. But allergens, pollutants, mildew or dust can be airborne inside your house, which could pose health problems for you and your family. Read on to learn about the top 5 five tips for improving the indoor air quality inside your home: 1. Monitor your cooling…

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Commercial Disaster Damage is Our Business!

July 24, 2014 | Uncategorized

Commercial damage and restoration is our business! It’s also our expertise restore your building and furniture to like new condition. Damage at your commercial location can happen at any given moment, which is exactly why we are on-call for any and all emergencies. The damage suffered by businesses can be a disaster and gigantic financial…

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Risks of Toxic Mold

July 1, 2014 | Uncategorized

Mold might not seem threatening or dangerous at first. Heck, it was a dirty lab where the mold penicillin was accidentally discovered, now it’s an absolute necessity in the medical world. Mold that grows on cheese is another mold; it’s safe and gives cheese its poignant flavor and taste. Mold is a type of fungi;…

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Severe Weather Warning – Flash Floods

June and July is prime time for severe weather mayhem in Minnesota; flash floods that give you an indoor pool in your basement or make your favorite watering hole into a literal watering hole. Whatever was remaining of the drought Minnesota had, with the amount of rain and flash flooding there’s been this summer, is…

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