If you've recently purchased a home with significant flood damage and plan to fix it up and rent it out to tenants, you may be excited about the investment opportunity that awaits you. However, there can often be more to water damage than meets the eye, and you could quickly find that you've bitten off more than you can chew. Read on to learn more about what you'll need to prepare for when renovating or fixing up a home that's been damaged in a flood as well as your best disposal options when it comes to the cleanup process.
7 November 2016
Are you ready to expand your house and starting knocking out walls to get it done? Keep in mind that there is more involved with knocking down walls than demolition. It is possible that the drywall contains fibrous minerals that are harmful to your health. You might need a permit before the walls can be knocked out to decrease the risk of asbestos getting into the environment. Below, you will gain more insight about home renovation projects that possibly involve the removal of asbestos.
25 October 2016
Mildew can be something that you notice in the bathroom or by a sink that you may not pay a lot of attention to. You may have a problem with moisture in your home and a musty humid smell that has started to get worse. Mold can start with just a small amount of moisture and grow into a problem that takes over your home and is costly to repair. Here are some of the signs of mold growth that you want to pay attention to in your home:
20 October 2016
Stormy seasons, blackouts caused by extreme temperatures, and everything involving natural disasters can send your business into a no-power emergency. If your business requires highly available, 99.999% up time and needs to provide services in emergency situations, you can't simply wait on the power company to rescue you. There are a few backup power options that can kick into action when commercial power is lost, but you'll need to weigh the options and even consider combining them for the best results.
11 October 2016
While landscaping is hard work, the fact that you'll need to dispose of all the gravel you take off of your property can be even more daunting than the job itself. Fortunately, by using a dumpster rental service, you'll be able to dispose of all the gravel you pick up with your shovel quickly and for a relatively modest price. When you want to remove a large amount of gravel from your property via a dumpster rental, don't forget these three tips.
4 October 2016
If you plan on traveling in the near future, and you are going to be staying in a hotel during this time, being aware of the possibility of bed bugs being present in your room is very important. While most people prefer not to think about these blood-sucking parasites, a bed bug infestation can be transferred via personal belongings. This makes it necessary to brush up on signs of their existence when staying in a strange room so you do not put your own home at a risk of an infestation.
6 September 2016