Three Options For Dealing With Water-Damaged Belongings

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Whether you’ve lived through a flood, experienced a dishwasher malfunction, or simply had a sewer backup, the water damage your personal belongings incurred may be significant. And if you’re not familiar with water damage cleanup, you may be wondering what steps you should be taking next to remediate the damage. You should base your decision on the type and extent of water damage, the amount of time it’s been since the damage occurred, and the character of the damaged belongings.…

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Did Something Wet Just Drop?

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You’re walking to the kitchen to get a drink of water in the middle of the night. There’s a storm, and the rain is heavy enough to knock on the windows like a lightly tapping stranger. As you may your way back, a cold, quick touch lands on your shoulder. Was that rain? It can’t be rain, you’re indoors. Was it just your imagination, or did something splash from your glass of water?…

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Preventing Window Condensation From Causing Appearance And Moisture Problems In Your Home

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Condensation problems around windows can cause pesky problems in Canadian buildings when the temperature outside drops during the winter. Condensation develops because of humidity and temperature differences between the outside and the inside of a building.  Not only can condensation create a grungy, unattractive appearance on both the exterior and interior of a home, but it can also lead to moisture damage such as staining and mold growth. If you’ve noticed that your windows accumulate excessive condensation during the colder months of the year, you can do the following to improve the situation:…

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