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How To Know If Your Industrial Boiler Needs To Be Repaired

If you count on your industrial boiler to keep things within your company running as efficiently as possible, you will need to know the signs that it is in need of some professional repairs. Should you find that you are not currently aware of what those signs are, you will want to continue to read some more. Experiencing the following should always be met with a call to the industrial boiler repair technician: Read More 

Water Damage: A Tutorial To Replacing Damaged Drywall

Do you have water damage in your home? Sometimes the damage is obvious, due to flooding, storm damage, broken pipes, or other severe accidents. But if you have a slow leak somewhere, you may not even realize you have water damage until it is too late and cause a huge problem. Water damage can weaken the structure of your home, turn into mold, and make your home unsafe. Instead of paying thousands to have a professional fix the damage, you can do it yourself and save a lot of time and money. Read More 

Upholstery Tips For Pet Owners

If you need to have a favorite chair or couch reupholstered, you may be wondering how you can prevent damage from your pets going forward. Fortunately, there are several upholstery strategies you can take to keep your items looking like new. The following tips will help. Tip #1: Skip the loops There are many options when it comes to how the fabric is made. Looped fabrics are popular because they feel plush – similar to how looped carpet weaves are more plush. Read More 

Signs Of Damage A Structural Engineer Looks For When Inspecting Your Home

Foundation damage is a frightening thing to consider because it makes you question the stability of your home. When you see cracks in the foundation or notice bowing of the walls in your basement, you want to get repairs done as soon as possible. However, the first step should be to hire a structural engineer to assess the damage and to determine if the structure of your home is in danger. Read More 

Is Your Mattress Causing Mold to Return to Your Home?

After paying for a complete inspection and mold remediation treatment of your home, the last thing you want to find is fresh growth of a new infestation. Yet the idea of getting rid of a mattress you've spent hundreds or thousands of dollars on is often what causes this very scenario to take place. Determine if your mattress is hosting mold and what to do if you discover a problem. Read More