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The temperatures outside, while not quite freezing yet, are starting to drop dramatically and homeowners are switching on the heat to combat these temperatures. With the price of fuel today many also begin to seek alternative sources to supplement their home’s heating system during these winter months. These types of alternative heat sources may also come with serious fire risks that you should be aware of if not taking the proper precautions.
To New Hampshire and Massachusetts homeowners it often seems like there is no season with a longer to-do list around the house than fall. But do you have the most critical action items on your checklist? No homeowner wants to experience fire or water damage, and there are some fall maintenance steps you can do to reduce this risk.
Just the word “mold” is enough to strike fear in the heart of any homeowner. Spores spread quickly and the mold removal process can be challenging. Taking some necessary precautions can prevent mold from growing and becoming a problem in your home. While you can’t mold-proof your home there are some steps you can take to make it more mold-resistant.
For many homeowners just the words “Hurricane Season” can send them into a panic, and understandably so. In recent years we have seen, and many have experienced, the damage that a hurricane or powerful storm can do to a home. However, there are some steps you can take to protect your home during this tumultuous season.
It’s now the peak of the summer. But don’t let the sun’s warm rays deceive you, your home is still at a significant risk of water intrusion during the summer months. To help you prevent water damage in your Concord home, our water damage repair team takes a look at five sources of summer water damage, in this latest post.
Mold is a living organism that is categorized alongside mushrooms, yeast and mildew, so it must be harmless, right? This is the line of thinking that leads many to take on mold removal by themselves and not only make the problem worse, but create health risks for those living on the property. Our Concord mold removal experts at Soil Away understand the risks of mold and can help you remove it in a way that is safe for everyone involved.
If you’re considering Concord mold removal services and are concerned that you might have some mold lurking in areas that you have yet to discover, our team can help you out. At Soil Away, our experts understand why mold thrives and the areas that are prime spots for their growth. Take a look at the 3 most common places for mold and prevent it from surprising you.
Professional Manchester Water Damage Repairs Versus DIY Techniques Now that spring is upon us, rainy days are going to be a lot more common. For some areas, rain and floods might have already caused problems due to El Niño and with the change in seasons, water damage problems could get even worse. Our Manchester water damage repair experts at Soil Away examine the differences between professional and DIY water damage repair techniques in our blog below.
Our Fire Damage Repair Experts Explore the Three Most Common Sources of Fire and Smoke Damage During New Hampshire Winters
With the New Hampshire winter upon us it’s officially house fire season – more and more people are spending their time at home. This increases the risk of house fires. In fact, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that more than 360,000 home structures succumb to fires each year, leading to approximately six to eight billion dollars in damages. Our smoke and fire damage repair experts at Soil Away take a look at the three most common sources of fire and smoke damage in our blog...