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How Mold Is Tested & Treated

Mold is dangerous, costly, and sneaky, so being aware of its warning signs is a significant first step in avoiding major problems. To begin with, mold spores need sufficient moisture, the right temperature range, and a food source such as insulation, carpet, wood moldings, or ceiling tiles.  Visible warning signs can be discoloration or water Read More

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Why Water Damage Needs To Be Fixed Right Away

Is It A Big Deal? Whether you have a big leak on your hands or a small one, any water leakage is never a good thing. It can cause water damage and you may not be immediately clear on just why water damage is such a bad thing to have. This article will inform you Read More

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How To Prevent & Remove Ice Dams

An ice dam can develop on the roof of any home when snowy or icy conditions are present. The damage from an ice dam can be significant, but the good news is that these dams can be prevented when proper precautions are taken. By learning more about what ice dams are and how they are Read More

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How To Prevent Frozen Pipes

When water freezes it expands. When this occurs pipes are likely to burst which can mean disaster for your home or business. Rarely, the best outcome from frozen pipes is the loss of water. More likely, once pipes freeze they split and burst – causing severe flood damage. Water loss is a headache. Flood damage Read More

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How To Prepare For The Winter Freeze

Winter weather conditions can be brutal and will inflict relentless forces on your home or business throughout the winter months. As a New England property owner, it is essential that you understand the dangers of cold weather conditions on your home or business. More than that, you need to take thorough and effective steps to Read More

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Top 10 Ways To Prepare For Winter

Winter weather is rough in New Hampshire and nearby regions, so you must prepare your residential or commercial property to prevent problems. It is better to begin your property chores in the fall before the temperature gets too cold. Here is a list of property maintenance tasks to plan to do before winter arrives. Fall Read More

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National Preparedness Month Is Here!

National Preparedness Month is September, which means that we all should get up-to-date on what kinds of actions we should begin work on to make sure our house and possessions are safe and secure from the possibilities of fire damage, water damage, theft or natural disaster. Major disasters occur frequently. This is especially true in Read More

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What To Do About Water Damage

Water damage is often a very foreseeable event that many property owners fail to hedge against. Leaky pipes are the leading cause of damage in homes. Water is a unique molecule that has a tendency to seep and creep like nothing else in existence. The adhesion and cohesion properties of water allow the molecules to Read More

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Fire Safety and Surviving a House Fire

We tend to worry more about natural disasters than fire safety and the potential for the house going up in flames. We have food stored, a go-bag already stashed in the car and maybe even a plan for what we can grab out of the house before evacuating. The main reason for this preparedness is Read More

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How To Prepare For A Disaster

A disaster can strike at any time. Major disasters that have happened around the U.S. and world over the past few years clearly demonstrate the importance of having an emergency plan in place. In New England, the winter months can pose a special problem because of storm dangers like  freezing temperatures, sleet, ice and snow Read More

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