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Tips for Smoke Damage Removal in Southwest Missouri

Smoke damage is the lingering specter of a fire that continues after the flames are gone. The effects of smoke damage are long-lasting and slow-acting, a combo that can lead to costly damages if you’re not careful. While the emotional aftermath of a damaging fire is difficult, following these few tips can make the cleanup […]

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Eliminate the Threat of Fires in Your Springfield Home

Fires in your home or business can be detrimental, both emotionally and financially. With the high stress of the aftermath, it can be difficult to figure out what your first step should be towards renovating fire and smoke damage. Everything from wall plaster to carpeting can be effected during a home fire, and it is […]

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Spring 2015 Tips to Prevent Mold Threats in Springfield, MO

May is Clean Air Month, and if you didn’t already know it, poor air quality in your home can have terrible effects on your lung health. The American Lung Association suggests that the first step towards maintaining clean air in your home is to ensure that threats of pollutants are being eliminated. The following tips […]

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April Showers Bring May Flowers and Potential Water Damage to Your Home

Spring is a welcome change from the brutally cold weather of winter. April heralds needed rains, beautiful May flowers and, potentially, water damage. Older homes are more likely to experience water leaks and other water-related problems that can lead to pesky indoor water damage. Floors, walls, and items in your home are susceptible to water […]

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Green-Friendly Carpet Cleaning in Springfield, MO Can Save Your Lung Health

Spring cleaning can be a drag. Carpet cleaning is often the last thing we consider when tidying our house for the warmer weather. Bright, fresh smelling carpet can make a huge difference for any home. Often homeowners decide to just install new carpeting instead of regularly maintaining their current flooring. Well-kept carpet will not only […]

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Green-Friendly Water Removal Tips for Springfield, MO Residents

Water damage can come in many different forms and scales large and small. Warm springtime weather often brings threats of heavy rain upon our homes and businesses. After a flooding event it is important that all surfaces and materials touched by flood waters be fully dried. Caution should also be exercised to protect your home […]

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Check Your Home Appliances to Avoid Water Damage

Regular house maintenance is an important part of being a responsible homeowner. As the spring season rolls around, with it come spring cleaning and fixing damage experienced over the cold months. Water damage can sneak up on even the sharpest homeowners, considering it comes from the very machines that we use daily. Once water has […]

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How to Avoid Water Damage From Spring Flooding

If you checked the National Weather Service website recently, you may have noticed March 15-21 was Flood Safety Awareness Week. Spring flooding is a threat that comes along with the changing seasons. Warmer weather means melting snow and ice, creating overflow in streets and around your home. Combined with heavy spring rainfall, it is important […]

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3 Ways to Eliminate Mold Threats

As the spring season draws nears, so does the time to completely clean your home! Dusting, polishing, carpet cleaning, and even cleaning out your closet – you likely have a to-do list that is even longer than you think is possible to accomplish in the short spring months ahead. Despite all the work you may have in […]

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Fire Pit Safety Tips for Springfield, MO Residents

Spring is almost here! It’s tantalizingly close! The birds are loudly chirping and the sunlight grows longer every day! Soon you’ll be tempted to break out the firewood, s’mores, and invite your friends over for a spring time bonfire. In previous months, you may have been warned about the dangers of forest fires in the […]

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