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Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

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It’s a common misconception that air pollution only occurs outside. Many people don’t realize that outdoor pollutants can easily enter the home. Plus, many unique contaminants are generated and trapped inside, where building occupants inhale them in high concentrations. Reduce your exposure to household pollutants by following these tips to improve indoor air quality. Test for radon: Radon is a… Continue reading

Storm Preparation Tips for Your Home

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Spring and summer are notoriously stormy. Whether you live in Tornado Alley or a hurricane zone, your home could be at risk of flooding or wind damage. Don’t wait until a severe storm warning is issued in your area—prepare today with these home storm preparation tips. Inspect the gutters and downspouts: Gutters must be clear of debris to drain properly.… Continue reading

Cleaning Up Water Damage and Mold During COVID-19

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Roof leaks, basement floods, burst pipes, and backed-up drains don’t stop just because there’s a pandemic. These problems can lead to harmful mold growth if left unaddressed. Is your home or business facing moisture issues and mold growth during COVID-19? You need a restoration company you can trust to perform water damage restoration and mold remediation in the midst of… Continue reading

The Importance of Changing Your Air Filters

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Does your home have forced-air heating and cooling equipment? If so, the HVAC system should include an air filter. If you care about improving indoor air quality and lowering your utility bills, remember to change your air filter regularly. Learn more about this home maintenance task here. What is the Purpose of an HVAC Air Filter? The most basic filters… Continue reading

Is it Spring Allergies or a Mold Problem?

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Have you been sneezing, coughing, and rubbing your eyes a lot lately? You may blame your spring allergies, but mold growth could be contributing to your symptoms more than you realize. Use this guide to help you pinpoint the actual culprit and find the relief you seek. Telling the Difference between Spring Allergies and Mold Exposure Since hay fever and… Continue reading

COVID Safety Tips for Spring Break

COVID Safety Tips for Spring Break

Many of you may currently be on Spring Break or are weighing your travel options for an upcoming vacation amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The vaccine rollout is underway across the country, but many popular vacation spots—including California, Florida, and Arizona—continue to struggle with high infection rates. The ever-changing situation makes it difficult for families to understand the risks, let… Continue reading

How Decluttering Can Make Your Home Safer

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Have you ever considered that clutter could be harmful to your health? Home organization experts have long recommended decluttering as a way to make your home a safer, more pleasant place to live. Here’s why a decluttered home is a hazard-free home. Decluttering Reduces Fire Hazards It’s easy for piles of paper, stacks of boxes, and other combustibles to build… Continue reading

Getting Your Home Ready for Spring

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Spring brings a welcome increase in temperatures. Still, March is the start of severe weather season. Is your home ready for rapidly changing conditions? Make preparations now to “spring clean” your home and help your family make it through even the worst spring storms. Clean and tighten the gutters: Remove any debris that has accumulated over the winter so rainwater… Continue reading

Protect Your Home from Strong Winds

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Wind is one of the most destructive forces on the planet, and spring is known for its severe weather bringing large storm systems, heavy rain and dangerous winds. Whether you live in Tornado Alley, a hurricane region, or somewhere prone to windstorms, follow these tips to protect your home from strong winds. Trim Your Trees Be proactive and arrange to… Continue reading

Protect Your Home from Snowmelt

Protect Your Home from Snowmelt

Snow is beautiful to watch while it’s falling, but it can prove problematic once it lands. After all, no one enjoys shoveling sidewalks or plowing streets. Once the snow starts to melt, it leaves behind slush, ice, mud and water. Snowmelt can even damage your roof, foundation and basement if those are not adequately protected. How to Protect Against Melting… Continue reading