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  • Left The Windows Down In Your Car In The Rain? Follow These Tips To Get Rid Of The Smell

    Lots of drivers have done it -- you don't think it's going to rain or you aren't planning on leaving your car parked for very long, so you don't even bother with rolling the windows up. Then, when you walk outside, you find that your car has been soaked during an unexpected period of rain. Not only can it be uncomfortable to get in your car when everything is wet after a situation like this, but the water can leave behind a terrible, musty odor.
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  • How To Prevent Water Damage

    If a pipe bursts or a flood occurs in your home, you should immediately call water removal specialists. Water can cause a lot of damage to your home, as well as mold growth. While you wait for the water removal expert, here are ways you can minimize water damage: 1. Identify the water source. Identify the source of the water. If you have a burst pipe, locate the main water cutoff valve for your home.
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  • Did Your Basement Flood? Learn How To Properly Drain And Clean It

    A flooded basement is never fun to deal with, and not acting quickly can create a bunch of problems that will lead to an expensive repair. This includes replacing support beams that have been soaked with water and eventually rot. While you cannot always prevent water from flooding a basement, there are things you can do to mitigate the damages. Follow these tips for properly draining the water to prevent damage from being caused.
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  • Kitchen Fire Awareness For Fall: Tips For Avoiding Fires And Permanent Fire Damage

    Cooler weather is coming, and that makes baking in the kitchen far more enjoyable. If you plan to use your kitchen more now that the temperatures outside are dropping, it's important to know how to avoid a kitchen fire and what to do to speed your home's recovery in the event that a kitchen fire occurs. Preventing a Kitchen Fire You're probably familiar with a lot of the standard fire safety tips that can help prevent kitchen fires.
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  • Removal Of Black Mold Damage From Bathroom Floor Joists

    As you already know, black mold colonies in your home are toxic to your family and pets. If you've found the tell-tale signs of black mold on the floor joists in your home's bathroom, then you need to remove the mold and fix any wood rot that is present. The proper procedure to remove black mold from bathroom floor joists is as follows: 1. Dress in Protective Clothing and Shoes
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