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Blogs in October 2015

Dripping faucets and showerheads waste money, but it’s those other types of leaks – such as those from pipes, windows and the roof – that can damage your home, encourage mold growth and even cause a flood. Fortunately, spotting a leak is fairly easy, as long as you employ the right techniques...Continue Reading

Each year, more than 4,000 Americans die and more than 25,000 are injured in fires. In 2013, home fires were responsible for killing an average of eight people every day. Fire is a traumatic event for all property owners, so be prepared. Preparing for a possible home fire can dramatically reduce...Continue Reading

After an event causes water to enter your property, the extent of damage may be difficult for you to detect. Moisture often seeps into areas owners may not consider, such as inside the walls, under baseboards, into windowsill plates, or onto subfloors. To avoid extensive damage, trained...Continue Reading

When it comes to leak proofing your home, you have one primary goal in mind: keep water out so you don’t incur any structural damage. Follow these tips to thoroughly leak proof your home so water stays outside or confined to the plumbing where it belongs.

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