How To Refinish Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 18 August 2017

Wood floors are beautiful and can be long-lasting if cared for properly. Hardwood floors can be refinished if they are worn or scratched. Refinishing your hardwoods is a pretty big job, so if you aren't sure about handling this job yourself, you may want to leave it to a professional home remodeling company instead. See below for instructions on how to refinish hardwoods if you think you can tackle the job.
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How To Prevent Mold Growth In Your Walls After Water Damage

Posted on: 15 May 2017

When water damage occurs from a water leak or interior flooding incident, it can leave many surfaces and items inside your home wet and prone to mold growth. Mold can begin to grow in as soon as 24 hours under the right conditions, so time is of the essence in drying out your home after moisture problems occur. Here are some tips to help you clean up to prevent mold growth within the walls of your home.
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Surviving A House Fire: 3 Tips For Eliminating The Stink

Posted on: 8 October 2015

House fires aren't always a disaster; however, they are never enjoyable. If your house has suffered from a fire, your home probably smells like a campfire—even if all of the soot is eliminated. Fortunately, you don't have to live with that smell. Here are three tips to help you eliminate the smell of smoke in your home: 1. Try Charcoal It might sound a little odd, but charcoal is fantastic for neutralizing odors.
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The Truth About Mold: 3 Signs You Should Have A Creeping Suspicion That Something Is Growing In Your Home

Posted on: 18 September 2015

One of the biggest signs of water damage in the home is mold. Mold loves a hospitable spot to grow, and moisture provides that ideal environment. Unfortunately, when this environment is inside your home it can cause plenty of problems. Mold caused by water damage can destroy the paint, the wood, the insulation, and nearly anything else within the home. It can also cause problems like respiratory illness in the home's inhabitants.
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