Did you recently have water damage in your home? Has the water damage left your carpet soaked and stained? Water can cause big problems when it enters a home, especially if it gets underneath the carpet. There's the damage to the carpet itself, which may be very costly to replace. However, there are also health and safety issues. If moisture gets trapped under the carpet and in the carpet pad, mold can form, making the air in the home dangerous to breathe.
23 June 2015
Following a house fire, it is important that you take precautions to avoid further damaging your possessions. Simple acts such as attempting to clean up the soot on walls, could result in more damage. Here are some dos and don'ts to follow once you return to your home. Dos When you need to move around your home, it is important that you carefully do so. Lay down plastic or cloth tarps before navigating through your home.
15 April 2015
If you or a loved one has allergies, or if you've simply battled mold in the past in your home, there are 3 facts about mold that can help you prevent it, control it, and keep it from ruining your health. Dead Mold is Just as Dangerous as Live Mold You may be tempted to use a strong chemical, such as bleach, in order to kill mold that you find in your home.
3 March 2015
It takes a special type of person to get into the crime scene clean-up industry. The most important personality trait of someone who performs crime scene clean-up is to be able to put away their emotions and perform the cleaning required without a reaction. Many people who go into this business have worked in professions that will have prepared them for this type of career. Regardless of whether you have worked in life or death situations or have seen the aftermath of a crime, it takes a certain type of constitution to process and deal with the emotions and biological hazards that come along with cleaning a crime scene.
24 February 2015