What’s Causing Mold In Your Home?

25 September 2018
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Mold is a common problem in homes, and not only is it ugly, but it can also affect air-quality, causing breathing problems for many people, especially children, the elderly, and those with poor health. If black mold grows, it may cause major health problems for anyone, regardless of age and overall health. If you've noticed mold in your home, there may be many reasons, so check out these common causes of mold in homes. Read More 

Subtle Signs That Your Basement’s Foundation Walls Need Repairs

28 August 2018
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When you have a basement in your house, the walls form a large portion of your home's foundation. If you do not see any cracking or crumbling, you may believe that the walls are solid and sturdy. However, there may be hidden damage that you cannot see, as indicated by subtle signs discussed below. Gaps Form Around the Floors and Windows The first sign that your basement's walls have hidden structural damage can be found by looking around the doors and windows. Read More 

Tips To Help You Restore And Remedy Your Collection Of Books In Your Home Library

31 July 2018
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A water disaster inside your home from a natural flood or from interior plumbing problems can cause damage to many surfaces and items in your home. But when water damage gets into your book collection, there are some steps you can take to save your books and much of the materials within the room. Here are some tips to help you repair and restore your water damaged books and shelving within your home library. Read More 

Three Signs A New Boiler Is Needed

29 June 2018
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Heat is not a luxury during frigid months but a necessity. Your home's boiler is put to work every cold day on the calendar, and if it fails, the discomfort and inconvenience can be considerable. Monitoring and taking notice of any existing issues is smart; ideally, you'll be able to know if you need a new boiler before the current one dies. These signs could do it. You Don't Know Its Age Read More 

How To Clean Soot From Leather

29 May 2018
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If your leather furniture survived a small fire or smoke damage, you will find it scorched and covered in soot. The porous surface, which also is made from collagen bands, allows soot and smoke smells to cling to the material. You may consider throwing it away, but it is possible to clean the soot by following these steps to clean the soot from leather furniture. Prepare to Clean the Furniture Read More