Mold. It’s nasty, unsightly and unhealthy. It can cause severe respiratory problems in people who are sensitive to it. It’s common everywhere in the United States, but especially in the hot, humid climates of the South. One of the most…Click Here to Continue Reading!
In any emergency, whether it be a natural disaster, a house fire, or some other situation where life and limb are in peril, senior citizens are always the most at risk. Because of possible lack of mobility, inability to comprehend…Click Here to Continue Reading!
As stressful as the damage caused by a bad storm or a fire can be for adults, natural disasters have the potential to be even more emotionally taxing on children. You can help your children remain calm in the face of a natural…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Natural disasters can strike anywhere. Whether it’s an earthquake, a hurricane or tornado, severe flooding, snowstorms, wildfires, tidal waves and more, there’s really no place that’s safe from Mother Nature. Many people feel that natural disasters have been on the…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Your home is your number one asset, and in many ways, your best friend. It comforts and protects you so well that you may forget that it can actually suffer grave damage from an unexpected disaster. You need to ensure…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Severe storms, hurricanes and tornados are a fact of life in the South, and damage to homes and businesses are the result. One of the most common things that disaster repair services in Macon, Georgia fix is a leaky roof. Of…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Power outages are frustrating enough when they happen during the summer, but when they happen during the winter months they are not only frustrating but they can be problematic. Winter power outages mean you may have no access to central…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Winter often means wet, and wet means mold–especially if the winter is humid. Mold spores love moisture, so it’s important to take the proper steps to keep mold – which is always in the air anyway – to keep from…Click Here to Continue Reading!
Not all water damage is the same. There are different levels of water damage. You might start out with a clean water leak, such as a burst hose from a washer or the fridge–this is considered category 1 pollution. Add…Click Here to Continue Reading!
In a typical year, NOAA’s National Weather Service receives between 10,000 and 12,000 reports of hail. More than half the hail measures at least an inch. Although meteorologists often warn of the arrival of a hailstorm, most homeowners aren’t prepared…Click Here to Continue Reading!