Asbestos. Once marketed as a “magic mineral” it is now is an infamous public health menace. And, chances are if your home (or commercial building) was built before 1980, construction materials containing asbestos were likely used.
You’ve seen the pencils and notebooks at Target. You’ve noticed the clothes hanging on the racks taking a decidedly turn toward fall. It’s that time of year again -- kids will soon be heading back into the classroom.
Last week we posted about how to avoid water damage in your home, but what do you do if, despite your best efforts, water gets in?
Mold can be a real issue in our homes – and, left unchecked can lead to significant health issues.
Late spring and early summer is the best time to sell your home and if you are considering putting your home on the market you’ll likely have to consider a home inspection.
It’s June and that means it is National Safety Month.
All month we’ve been talking about April showers and the damage water can cause when it gets inside your home or business. However, our focus has been on basements and businesses, places that often have concrete floors.
It’s a given, April is a wet month. Whether it brings spring showers or like this year, snowmelt, moisture is everywhere.
Just because you have a pet, doesn’t mean your carpet has to suffer. Following a few simple guidelines of carpet maintenance and taking care to treat messes, accidents and spills immediately, can extend the life of your carpet and make you a happy pet owner.