Blogs in January 2018

Even if you don’t live in a flood zone, your house is still susceptible to water damage from plumbing fixtures.

If you’ve never experienced a soggy ceiling, it’s great that you’re preparing yourself anyway. If you’re reading this because your socks are wet, we’re sorry and we’re here to...Read more

A grease fire can send even the most skilled chef into shock. While hopefully you’ll never have to handle one, grease fires are one of the most common causes of both kitchen fires and house fires, so it could pay to give the matter a little forethought. Seconds count in a grease fire, making...Read more

Over time, the carpet in your home begins to wear down and the fibers collect dirt and dust that vacuum cleaning simply cannot remove. Ignored, this embedded debris will prematurely wear-out your carpet and contribute to poor indoor air quality. As experts in the industry, we’ve seen...Read more

With the increasing regularity of wildfires, a devastating number of homes are damaged or destroyed annually. California was hit particularly hard last year. According to the ...Read more

Electrical fires are the third leading cause of home structural fires in the US, according to the National Fire Prevention Association. Causing more than $1.3 billion in damages and more than 400 deaths in a four-year span, it’s clear that electrical fire prevention should be taken...Read more

Soot can leave unsightly stains on anything it comes in contact with. Whether it’s from candles, fireplaces or even a house fire, removing soot requires specific tools and techniques. The acidic nature of soot can make it difficult to remove from walls. Don’t just start scrubbing, which can make...Read more