Why Should You Have Your Foundation Repaired?

8 March 2022
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Your home sits on a foundation, which is the main concrete block the property sits on. Without a foundation, your home would just slowly sink into the earth and shift as the earth does. Even with a foundation, your home is shifting all the time, likely in ways you don't even notice but are there all the same. Your home's foundation may need repair, which will be evident by noticeably sinking parts in the front or back, uneven rooms, or cracks in the walls or ceilings. Read More …

Spotting And Dealing With Water-Damaged Drywall

7 March 2022
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Water damage from busted pipes or even natural disasters can cause extensive damage to homes. Carpets, floors, and furniture are often severely damaged, but what about your home's drywall? When you think of water damage, most homeowners worry about the floors, but the walls are also a concern. Here's what you need to know about water-damaged drywall. Is Wet Drywall Ruined? Drywall is a pretty tough material and sustains minimal damage if it's not exposed to water for too long. Read More …

How Do You Know When You Need To Repair Your Foundation?

7 March 2022
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Have you ever noticed cracks or other damage to your foundation? If so, then you probably need to repair your home's foundation. But how do you know what needs to be repaired now, what you can watch to see what happens, and what you can safely ignore? Here's what you need to know. Water Leaks If you notice water leaks from your foundation, this could mean that your foundation has been damaged over time. Read More …

Potential Sources Of Water Damage To Your Building

4 March 2022
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Water damage occurring to your building can put you in a position where you are needing to quickly respond to these damages so that the appropriate repairs can be completed as soon as possible. While water damage is a major threat, there are many ways that this type of damage could occur. Damage From Natural Flooding Natural flooding is one of the more prevalent sources of widespread water damage to a building. Read More …

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Restoration: It's a Form of Saving Things

Do you like saving things? Perhaps you enjoy saving things from the landfill, or maybe you like setting aside things you have not yet needed, but may need later. Restoration is a form of saving things. By restoring an item, you give it a new use. You preserve its value, and you keep it from being hauled away as trash. Because of this, we really think there is value in restoration, and in learning more about restoration. Take a look at the articles we post here, and you'll learn a little more about the repair and restoration process as you go.