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Appliance Failure & Water Damage

Appliance Failure and Water Damage

Dealing with appliance failure is bad enough without adding in the headache of the water damage that sometimes comes with it. When appliances fail, they tend to fail big, spilling gallons of water across the floor or secretly dripping into unseen puddles. Equally as important as tackling your appliance failure is cleaning up, drying out, […]

The Dangers of DIY Ozone Cleaning

Residential ozone cleanings are often needed in restoration projects in order to mitigate lingering odors stemming from fire or water damage. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, homeowners are now significantly concerned about sanitizing the interior of their homes in an effort to prevent the spread of disease. Ozone generators have been available on […]

COVID-19 & Commercial Ozone Cleanings

Ozone Commercial Cleaning "we are OPEN" sign

Never before have we been more acutely aware of the importance of cleanliness to prevent the spread of disease. Sanitation and air quality can mean the difference between a business staying open and shutting their doors forever. Commercial ozone cleanings provide advanced disinfection for hospitals, schools, and businesses by eliminating bacteria and viruses from all […]

Minding the Mess: Preparing for a Home Renovation

Home renovations are exciting. From the anticipation and planning stages to the actual remodel, when you get to see your new dream kitchen, bathroom, or addition take shape. Even with all the excitement home renovation can bring, there can also be a fair amount of stress if you haven’t prepared for the mess that comes […]

Handyman v. Contractor: What’s the Difference?

Handyman v. Contractor what is the difference

Home repairs and improvement projects go hand in hand with homeownership. But when a project or repair exceeds your abilities, who do you call to complete the work? Friends may start offering you the names of their favorite handymen or contractors, but do you know the difference between the two and when to call one […]