Is It Better to Repair or Replace a Roof?

Is It Better to Repair or Replace a Roof?

Most homeowners have encountered roofing problems at some point in their lives. From small leaks to major cracking, roofs suffer from several common ailments that demand immediate attention. Roof repairs are not only tricky but can also be dangerous. In most cases,...

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What is Water Mitigation & Restoration?

What is Water Mitigation & Restoration?

Water mitigation refers to the process of properly cleaning, sanitizing, drying, repairing, and restoring a property to its pre-water damage condition. Water damage clean up is not as simple as it may seem. Every property damage situation is unique, requiring an...

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Winter Water Damage Explained

Winter Water Damage Explained

Winter is almost here in Idaho! In some areas snow has already fallen. As a homeowner, winterizing your house is a crucial and essential aspect of preparing for the weather change. Here are a few tips to help prevent issues that can cause pipe bursts or water damage! ...

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How to Handle a Mold Discovery

How to Handle a Mold Discovery

The first thing to do when you discover mold in your home or in your place of business, is to just avoid panicking, and resist the temptation to try and handle it all yourself. You might well do a good job of removing the mold which is visible and easily detectable,...

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The Cause and Treatment of Household Odors

The Cause and Treatment of Household Odors

Most homes which are kept clean and orderly don't usually have any interior odors, but if you have any kind of unnoticed water damage in your house, it can quickly lead to a persistent odor that just won't go away. If this happens to your Boise, Idaho home, you should...

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