Top 5 Humidifiers That Give You the Best Bang for Your Buck

Although you can’t control the humidity outside, you can control it inside your home – and an ideal level is between 30 to 50 percent. Although you don’t want the humidity to get too high in your home – it can cause mold or dust mites and cause respiratory problems – you can use a humidifier to boost the moisture in the air just a little bit.

Friday, September 13th, 2013 in Advice, Blog, Tips
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The Dangers of Mold: Just One Reason to Keep Your Basement Dry

Some types of mold, such as black mold or stachybotrys, can release spores into the air which can be toxic. Inhalation of these spores can lead to fevers, shortness of breath, chronic lung conditions, and even the formation of a mold infection within the lungs themselves. Symptoms can appear in as little as two hours after exposure, and can be avoided by cleaning up mold as soon as it is found.

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 in Blog
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Are Your Gutters Clean? How Clogs Can Cause Flooded Basements

It is incredibly important that you keep your gutters cleaned.
Obviously, the biggest reason to take regular care of the debris in your gutters is to prevent debris from building up. Getting up there regularly will help you stop clogs before they happen. Sure, it sounds like a clich√© from a drain cleaner commercial, but it’s still true.

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 in Blog
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