Advantages Of Water-Powered Sump Pumps

Posted on: 30 August 2016
Water-powered sump pumps are an alternative type of sump pump that do not make use of batteries or an electrical connection to remove water from the foundation of your home. Instead, like their name would suggest, water-powered sump pumps make use of water pressure to pump water out of your home. Because of this unique method of operation, water-powered sump pumps carry a distinctive set of advantages. Understanding what these advantages are can help you decide if a water-powered sump pump is the right fit for your home.
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A Few Tips For Dealing With Smoke Damage In Your Home

Posted on: 21 March 2016
If you've recently had a small fire in your house that created a lot of smoke, but very little fire or water damage, you may think the cleanup is going to be a breeze. However, cleaning up smoke damage is a tricky process. Smoke is acidic and oily. It damages metal, paper, and fabrics. If you don't clean it up quickly, and do it the right way, some of the belongings in your house may not be salvageable.
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How To Respond To Mold In Your School

Posted on: 15 June 2015
Mold abatement is especially important in schools because children are highly vulnerable to the harmful effects of mold. Damp and moldy buildings are triggers for asthma attacks. Children will need to be checked for the symptoms of mold more often than adults to protect them. But, more importantly, the mold problem must be dealt with itself. Dry Moisture Quickly When building materials and furnishings have become moist, you will need to dry them as quickly as possible in order to limit the growth of mold.
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Spring May Be Here, But Winter's Water Damage May Just Be Starting

Posted on: 30 March 2015
As spring finally seems to be arriving on the East Coast, homeowners are breathing a sigh of relief. Record cold and snowfall have combined to make this one of the toughest winters in recent years. However, the headaches may not be over yet, as spring thaws bring potential for flooding--and with it claims for water damage to many homes: Up on the roof: it's a bird, it's a plane, it's an ice dam?
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