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  • How to Protect Your Home from Mold in the Summer Especially for areas like the Midwest, the weather can get pretty humid in the summertime. Humidity refers to the level of moisture in the air which can cause a number of problems for homeowners if they aren’t careful. Both health and structural issues will arise from ... Continue Reading
  • Carpet Cleaning – Do It Yourself or Hire a Pro? Foot traffic, pets, children and the likely possibility of occasional spills warrant regular carpet cleanings. Experts recommend deep cleaning the carpet every 12 to 18 months, and more often in instances when giggling kids tend to track soiled footprints across the ... Continue Reading
  • The Dangers of a Decomposing Body A crime or trauma scene can occur at any time and it is important to be prepared for this type of situation. A serious accident or injury that results in death can be traumatizing to discover, but it may also be more damaging than that. Bodily fluids and blood from the dead ... Continue Reading
  • Finding Reliable Post Construction Cleaning Services for Commercial Buildings The construction site is a chaotic scene of haphazard wooden structural pieces, paint splatters, glass shards, scattered nails and sawdust. Nearly every inch of the commercial space is littered with debris. The jumble of dust and debris even makes its way into the ... Continue Reading

Commercial

  • Finding Reliable Post Construction Cleaning Services for Commercial Buildings The construction site is a chaotic scene of haphazard wooden structural pieces, paint splatters, glass shards, scattered nails and sawdust. Nearly every inch of the commercial space is littered with debris. The jumble of dust and debris even makes its way into the ... Continue Reading

Cooking Safety Tips

  • Safety Tips to Help You Prevent Summer Fires Many people enjoy summer activities like camping, bonfires, fireworks, and cookouts. They’re a great way to get outside while spending time with friends and family. But unplanned accidents happen all the time, including fires that can leave severe burns and damaged property ... Continue Reading

Disaster Prevention Tips

  • How to Protect Your Home from Flooding in McHenry County Water damage is one of the most common types of property damage due to the numerous ways it can occur. One of these sources is flooding. Whether it is natural or unnatural flooding, flooding leaves your home filled with excess water. Sometimes this water can be contaminated, ... Continue Reading
  • How to Prevent Storm Damage on Your Property When the spring season comes, we’re treated to sunshine, refreshing warmth, and the beautiful sights of nature. However, spring also means rain, storms, and the potential for tornadoes. With such weather, there’s a chance that your home, business, or other property will ... Continue Reading
  • Prevention and Repair Tips for Frozen Pipes Frozen pipes are more than an annoying inconvenience; they’re a headache at the worst time of year. Unprotected pipes freeze when temperatures drop below 32 degrees, due to a combination of exposure, wind chill, and the duration of the cold temperatures. When the ... Continue Reading

Disinfection

  • Hidden Mold: What to Do If I Can Smell Mold but Can’t Find It Mold, when it flourishes indoors, exudes an odor. Experts liken the smell of mold to a forest lush with earthy vegetation, soil and decaying wood. Others connect the scent of dirt lying beneath decayed leaves with the smell of mold. More homely descriptions suggest mold ... Continue Reading

Fire Prevention

  • Safety Tips to Help You Prevent Summer Fires Many people enjoy summer activities like camping, bonfires, fireworks, and cookouts. They’re a great way to get outside while spending time with friends and family. But unplanned accidents happen all the time, including fires that can leave severe burns and damaged property ... Continue Reading
  • Christmas Tree Safety Tips to Prevent Fires One of the most exciting aspects of the approach of the winter season and the cold weather that comes with it is knowing that the holiday season is also upon us. For those who celebrate the holiday, getting and decorating a Christmas tree is a great tradition and a fun ... Continue Reading

Mold

  • How to Protect Your Home from Mold in the Summer Especially for areas like the Midwest, the weather can get pretty humid in the summertime. Humidity refers to the level of moisture in the air which can cause a number of problems for homeowners if they aren’t careful. Both health and structural issues will arise from ... Continue Reading
  • What are the Differences Between Mold and Mildew? Two types of fungi that are common in homes are mold and mildew, and they have a lot in common. Both substances flourish in moist settings, effortlessly spread to new areas, are difficult to remove from surfaces they settle on, and can cause issues for people’s health and ... Continue Reading
  • Hidden Mold: What to Do If I Can Smell Mold but Can’t Find It Mold, when it flourishes indoors, exudes an odor. Experts liken the smell of mold to a forest lush with earthy vegetation, soil and decaying wood. Others connect the scent of dirt lying beneath decayed leaves with the smell of mold. More homely descriptions suggest mold ... Continue Reading

Odor Removal

  • Removing Fireplace Odors from Your Home Who doesn’t like fireplaces? Other than having them cleaned and maintained, there’s nothing like sitting in front of one with a good book and a hot drink. It’s also an efficient way to keep your home warm, especially if the power might be out during a snowstorm. Yet there ... Continue Reading
  • Hidden Mold: What to Do If I Can Smell Mold but Can’t Find It Mold, when it flourishes indoors, exudes an odor. Experts liken the smell of mold to a forest lush with earthy vegetation, soil and decaying wood. Others connect the scent of dirt lying beneath decayed leaves with the smell of mold. More homely descriptions suggest mold ... Continue Reading

Residential

  • How to Help a Hoarder Clean House Mountains of used, old and even never-out-of-the-box items are likely to accumulate behind the closed doors of an individual suffering from hoarding issues. Apart from extreme collecting, hoarding is a psychological issue, categorized as an obsessive-compulsive disorder. The ... Continue Reading

Water Damage

  • How to Protect Your Home from Flooding in McHenry County Water damage is one of the most common types of property damage due to the numerous ways it can occur. One of these sources is flooding. Whether it is natural or unnatural flooding, flooding leaves your home filled with excess water. Sometimes this water can be contaminated, ... Continue Reading
  • How to Prevent Water Damage at Home While You’re on Vacation There’s no worse time for water damage to occur than when you’re on vacation. After spending all your money and energy during your trip, there’s nothing that can be worse than coming home to a severely water-damaged house. Unfortunately, this disaster is common among many ... Continue Reading
  • How to Prevent Storm Damage on Your Property When the spring season comes, we’re treated to sunshine, refreshing warmth, and the beautiful sights of nature. However, spring also means rain, storms, and the potential for tornadoes. With such weather, there’s a chance that your home, business, or other property will ... Continue Reading
  • Water Damage Prevention Checklist ​ Water may be essential to keep yourself healthy, but it can be harmful to your home and personal belongings. When water seeps into your home, it can severely damage the building materials, furniture, and your personal content. Building materials like wood, drywall, and ... Continue Reading