Dry Out Your Water-Soaked Carpet Fast to Prevent Mold

When you think of a home with water damage, an image of a home flooded by a storm may come to mind. While that's a serious situation, your home can be damaged by much less water too. A toilet, tub, or sink that overflows allows water to seep into the floor or soak into carpeting in a nearby room. While it's not a lot of water, it can still do serious damage if it isn't dried out fast. [Read More]

Common Hydraulic Hose Issues To Watch For

If you're new to the maintenance, upkeep, and inspection of hydraulic equipment, it's important that you understand some of the most common issues you might encounter. A lot of the problems you might run into involve the hoses and fittings. Here are some of the things that you might run into and tips to deal with them. The Hose Comes Off The Fitting If the hose comes completely off the fitting, that's a sure sign that it wasn't attached deep enough on the fitting. [Read More]

Restoring A Building That Was Struck By A Storm

Did a severe storm brew up right over your business and cause a substantial amount of damage to the building? If you are now stressed out of your mind because your business is temporarily closed down, and no money is being made, take the first step towards the restoration process as soon as possible. For example, deciding what has to be repaired and how everything will be paid for is important to consider. [Read More]

5 Reasons the Moisture Levels in the Basement Can Become Out of Control

Signs of moisture in the basement is a huge red flag. It means facing possible foundation repairs, water damage, and more, which are all expensive repairs that no homeowner wants to have to take on unexpectedly. This is why any signs of moisture in the basement needs to be taken head on. Here are five reasons moisture levels in the basement can change: Replace or Seal the Dryer Vent: One of the most common reasons homeowners notice sudden signs of moisture in the basement is because their dryer is blowing all the moist air into the basement rather than outside of the home. [Read More]