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A Guide to the Water Damage Restoration Process

Most often, homeowners are not thinking of water damage until they experience it themselves. Water damage of any kind anywhere in your home can be extremely daunting, especially if you are unfamiliar with what to do. It is crucial that all homeowners have a sense of what to do in case of a water damage emergency in order to keep themselves and their homes safe.  Follow along for tips and guidance through the water damage restoration process from the restoration experts at Soil-Away! Step...

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The Homeowner’s Guide to Summertime Mold

Summertime is mold’s most popular breeding season; humidity is a key ingredient for it to thrive. This means that rising humidity can lead to increased risk of mold growing in your home.  Seeing mold in your home can be a homeowner’s worst nightmare; luckily, there are ways to prevent and control mold growth from happening in your home. Follow along for a guide to summertime mold growth by the mold remediation experts at Soil-Away! Where to Look for Mold During the summer, mold...

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Spring Cleaning: Mold Remediation After Winter

Spring cleaning is a universal experience here in New England. You can probably think of a list the length of a CVS receipt of all of the chores you are ready to tackle after the harsh weather and strange spring we have been having. Though the first thing that comes to mind may be getting rid of old junk around the house or power washing your exterior, there is one spring cleaning task that should take precedent over the rest; mold remediation.  Follow along as the mold remediation specialists...

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How to Prevent Water Damage During Storm Season

Here in New England, Spring means rain. Did you know that on any given day, home water damage emergencies affect 14,000 people? It is crucial to understand how to best protect your home and family from severe water damage during the rainy season and all throughout the year. Without proper protection, your home is at risk of structural damage that could ruin the integrity of your home.  Follow along as the water damage restoration experts at Soil-Away go over how you can help prevent water...

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Spring Basement Flooding- How to Prevent It

Melting snow and spring rain can be great for your landscape but not great for your basement. As a homeowner, you are sure to be aware of the damage and intense clean-up process basement flooding can cause. Knowing the best practices for preventing basement flooding is important.  Follow along for basement flood prevention tips from the water damage restoration experts at Soil-Away! Proper Gutter Protection A proper gutter system is essential for every home and extra gutter protection...

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Attic Mold in Spring

Mold- a homeowner’s enemy in the springtime. Because of the combination of snow melting, rain falling, and temperatures rising, spring is one of mold’s favorite seasons. Your attic is one of the most humid areas in your home and the perfect feeding grounds for mold. The moisture and darkness in your attic are some of the best environments for mold. To prevent mold growth in your attic this spring, be sure to follow along for expert tips from the remediation specialists at Soil-Away! What...

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How to Stop Frozen Pipes While You Are Away from Home

It’s important to protect your home in the winter while you are away traveling. Josh from Soil-Away gives some great advice on how to prevent frozen pipes this winter. If you experience frozen pipes in your home or business, don’t hesitate to give the expert restoration team at Soil-Away a call. They are available 24/7/365. Give us a call today at 603.641.6555.

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Space Heater Disasters in Your Home or Business

Space heaters keep us warm and toasty but if not used properly, can wreak havoc in your home or business. Without proper use and precautions, they can cause fire and smoke damage. Listen to Josh from Soil-Away give solid advice on how to prevent this from happening. If you experience a heating source fire in your home or business, call the expert fire, smoke, and soot restoration team at Soil-Away, right away.

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What Do You Do if You Have a Fire or Flood in Your Home?

You have experienced a flood or fire in your home. What do you do now? Listen to Josh Solloway from Soil-Away explain exactly what you need to do in the event of a flood or fire. The fire and flood restoration experts at Soil-Away are available 24/7/365. Give them a call ASAP if you are the victim of a flood or fire in your home or business.

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What to Do When You Have an Ice Dam

Josh Solloway of Soil-Away in Hooksett NH gives helpful tips on what to do if you experience ice dams on your roof at your home or business this winter season. New England winters can be harsh; if you are experiencing any winter water damage such as ice dams and frozen pipes, be sure to give the restoration experts at Soil-Away a call at 603.641.6555.

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What are Puff Backs?

Puff backs occur when an oil burner takes a long time to ignite due to the fumes building up in your furnace. The fume build-up causes an explosion within the burner chamber, leading soot to disperse throughout your home, covering walls, furniture, and anything around.  Puff backs are no small matter and can require extensive clean-up and restoration. Follow along as the Soil-Away restoration experts go over the leading causes of puff backs and how you can prevent them. What Causes...

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