3 Helpful Tips When Dealing With Severe Water Damage At Home

Posted on: 20 September 2018

At some point owning a home, you may have to deal with a bursting pipe that leaves an area soaked in water. Then you're left with significant water damage to handle. It's important to tackle this damage as quickly as possible, which won't be that difficult if you use these tips.  Start Drying ASAP Even if you don't have a lot of experience with water damage, it's important to take proactive action and start drying these wet areas quickly.
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How To Get Ready For Your Store's Opening Day

Posted on: 19 August 2018

If you are starting your own business, then you may feel really excited and a little bit ambivalent about getting things started. To really introduce your company to the world with a bang, you should throw a party in celebration of your opening day and invite local bloggers and newspapers to come to check it out. Remember that the more publicity your business gets during its first couple of days or weeks, the more likely it is to succeed in the long run.
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Odor After Carpet Cleaning: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 29 June 2018

After having your carpets cleaned, you envision arriving home to a carpet that looks like new and a home that smells fresh. Unfortunately, you may arrive home to a house filled with odor after having your carpets cleaned. Read on to learn why your home may smell after a carpet cleaning and what you can do to rid your abode of the smell. What causes post-cleaning odor? There are a couple reasons that your home may smell after having your carpets cleaned.
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Five Questions For Window Washers

Posted on: 29 May 2018

You may be very diligent about cleaning your offices regularly, but windows are often ignored. Windows do need attention from time to time throughout the year, especially if they become stained from bird activity or debris from the environment. If you determine that your windows need cleaning from a professional window washer, ask these questions. What Kind of Chemicals Do You Use? Chemicals used can affect the windows themselves, as well as coatings, frames, and other materials on the building.
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