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3 Ways To Give Your Home A Unique Look With Reclaimed Siding Ideas

7 June 2016
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Today, using reclaimed building materials is more than just a trend, it is a way to give your home a unique look, find hard-to-find materials and do your part for the environment. You may think about old weathered siding when you think about reclaimed materials, but there are more options that you may want to consider, such as beetle-kill lumber, old growth materials and other choices. The fact is you can choose from almost any look you want with reclaimed siding.
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4 Signs That Water Is Damaging Your Foundation

6 June 2016
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After water damage, you will have to act quickly to rectify problems. Unfortunately, the issues may even go deeper than you realize. For example, you may have a water-damaged foundation. The question is, how do you know if you do? Whether you are the homeowner or the owner of property you are trying to rent out, it is in your best interest to know how to spot signs that foundation has water damage.
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Three Unexpected Causes Of Basement Flooding

30 May 2016
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Have you been noticing water seeping into your basement even though it hasn't been raining particularly hard and you haven't been through any massive floods lately? If so, it's time to do some inspections, not only of your basement, but also of your house and your geographical region as a whole. Basement flooding can happen due to some unusual causes that might not be at the front of your mind as you watch your basement slowly become a swimming pool.
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3 Tips For Effective Water Damage Restoration Of Your Walls

30 May 2016
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If you have recently experienced a flood or plumbing problem that has damaged one or more of the walls in your home, it is imperative that you isolate and repair the damage as soon as possible. It is important to note that mold can develop in as little as 24 hours, given the proper environment of a warm, damp area. Therefore, to restore the usability of your home as quickly as you can and to prevent additional damage from forming, it is a good idea to be aware of the following information.
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Tips For Recognizing The Severity Of Water Damage In Drywall

28 May 2016
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Any time your home suffers water damage of any extent, you need to check the drywall for signs of structural damage. Recognizing when that damage has moved beyond just minor water spots and caused significant structural problems is important. The best way to do that is to know exactly what you're looking for. Here are a few tips to help you spot potential water damage and to know when it's time to call a water damage remediation team.
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Learning More About Repair and Restoration

Hello, my name is Chris. I look forward to talking to you about repair and restoration techniques. Your home requires ongoing maintenance to stay in good condition over the years. Without proper maintenance, the materials in your home will eventually need repair and restoration services. You can refinish many of these materials to restore their luster and improve the look of your home. I will cover the equipment, products and techniques you must use to perform the material restoration process. My site will discuss repairs that are perfect for do it yourself projects and those that are best left to restoration professionals.

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