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DIY Moisture Control

Condensation on window

Do you see condensation on your windowpanes? Are you bothered by a constant musty odor? Do your allergy or asthma symptoms worsen at home? These are all signs of high humidity. Fortunately, you can restore the optimum humidity level to reduce the risk of water damage and mold growth with do-it-yourself moisture control. What is the Ideal Indoor Humidity? Indoor… Continue reading

Where Does the Water Go?

circle water waves

Water can seep through any crack or crevice, no matter how small. Porous objects also absorb it and become soggy, rotten, and moldy over time. To make matters worse, water damage is often hidden from view, occurring behind walls or under floors. Detect structural damage before it’s too late by checking these places where water likes to hide. Under the… Continue reading

DKI WELCOMES K&P FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TO ITS NETWORK OF ELITE RESTORATION SERVICE PROVIDERS

February 12, 2021 – DKI, North America’s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, proudly welcomes K&P Facilities Maintenance of Wappinger Falls, NY to its national provider network. (more…) Continue reading

Mold—Removal vs. Remediation

Black mold in the corner of room wall

If the mere thought of mold makes you recoil in disgust, you may be appalled to find fuzzy, slimy, or powdery mold growth throughout your house. Should you take steps to simply remove the mold, or is remediation the better choice? Learn the difference between the two so you can combat your mold problem correctly. Understanding Mold Mold growth may… Continue reading

Different Categories of Water Damage

Flooding rainwater or floor heating systems, causing damage, peeling paint and mildew.

A flooded home is never a good thing, and can cause serious damage if not treated immediately. The steps you must take to clean up the damage though depend on what category of water has infiltrated your home. Category 1: Clean Water Flooding from leaky appliance hoses, faulty toilet tanks, melting snow and rainwater can lead to Category 1 damage.… Continue reading