Posts by: Jon

How to Avoid Home Damage by Cleaning Storm Drains

How to Avoid Home Damage by Cleaning Storm Drains

  • 23rd December 2013

Proper cleaning of storm drains can prevent home damage which may be caused by home flooding as well as street flooding. Storm drains provide outlets for rain and groundwater in order to prevent flooding in commercial and residential neighborhoods. When leaves, trash and debris are allowed to build up and…

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How to Keep Your Christmas Safe from a Home Fire

How to Keep Your Christmas Safe from a Home Fire

  • 23rd December 2013

This holiday season can be a beautiful, festive time, but the threat of house fires lingers around the holiday season. With the cold weather come many heaters, and many different household appliances that could easily start a roaring fire if left unchecked. Don’t let this happen to your household, and…

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Mold and Where It Grows

Mold and Where It Grows

  • 12th November 2013

Many households can be affected by mold, but never even know it. The dangers of mold span from allergies to the mold itself, and the disease that can grow from the bacteria present in the mold. This article will outline some of the main places mold can grow, and why…

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How to prepare for an earthquake

How to prepare for an earthquake

  • 1st October 2013

Earthquake safety is not just limited to the West Coast anymore. With the earthquake in Washington DC which rocked buildings as far as Ohio, everyone needs to be prepared for this occurrence on their property. Having emergency preparedness protocols in place is not just a good idea, it is essential…

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Biohazard crime scene cleanup should be done by professionals

Biohazard crime scene cleanup should be done by professionals

  • 1st October 2013

Biohazard cleanup is not usually as drastic as a tanker trailer dumping toxic waste on the lawn. This is certainly an unfavorable situation, but something as unobtrusive as needing blood cleanup from a spill on the property can be considered a biohazard. Unfortunately when a violent crime happens on a…

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Keep the matches away form children to avoid disaster

Keep the matches away form children to avoid disaster

  • 1st October 2013

Children should be taught early the importance of fire safety. The elements of fire hazards and fire cleanup should be impressed upon them as early as they can understand (sometimes earlier than that). This should be done in a way that does not traumatizes them, but teaches them respect for…

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Home fire disaster clean up, what you should know

Home fire disaster clean up, what you should know

  • 11th August 2013

The damage caused after a home fire is put out can be more hazardous to your home than the fire itself. In order to restore peace and clean up the affected site, seeking the help of a professional clean up team will be rewarding. You need to make sure that…

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What Flooding Damage Can do to Your Home?

What Flooding Damage Can do to Your Home?

  • 7th August 2013

If you think that you have to live near a large body of water like a river or ocean to have flood damage, think again. Obviously, floods can be caused when an excessive amount rain causes levees to overflow or rivers to flood. In cold climates, water pipes can burst…

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