Be Suspicious

When searching for a contractor, I always urge potential customers to check various sources instead of relying on one website.  Besides looking through the usual, Google, Yelp, Angie’s List, etc., I also suggest Googling a company’s owner to see if there’s anything you can find on them, but also not being afraid of using the […]

Are Carpet Repair Kits Reliable?

For simple patch up jobs, a carpet repair kit may seem like a good choice to a homeowner, but as with anything else, buyers beware. Over the counter or as-seen-on-TV products often lure people with exaggerated claims, failing to mention the problems with do-it-yourself techniques. Do-it-yourself carpet patching uses inferior materials and equipment to produce […]

Our Angie’s List Record

Many people ask about the awards we’ve won on Angie’s List.  We’re going on our fifth year on Angie’s and have won an award for each year we’ve been on their site.  We also have more reviews and more A’s than any other contractor in our service industry.  Here’s the breakdown of awards we’ve won: 2011 […]

2014 Angie’s List Award Winner

For the fourth consecutive year, we’ve won the Angie’s List Award for all categories of services we provide.  We are the only 4 Time Consecutive Award Winner in our service area ever!!!  We won the award for Mold Testing, Mold Remediation, Water Damage Restoration, Fire & Smoke and Bio-Hazard Cleaning.  This makes us 4 for […]

They’re Everywhere!!!

With mold being such a hot topic over the last couple of years, more and more companies are popping up every week.  Each of them boasting more experience and more years in the field than the next.  But how do you know which company to chose?  Here’s some tips when choosing the right mold remediation […]

How Flu Spreads

People with flu can spread it to others up to about 6 feet away. Most experts think that flu viruses are spread mainly by droplets made when people with flu cough, sneeze or talk. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. […]

Water Extraction – Part 1

The most effective way to speed the drying process is to remove as much of the water in a liquid state as possible during the extraction phase.  Poor extraction will significantly slow the drying process. Extraction and evaporation with dehumidifcation are the only ways water can be removed from a wet structure.  During the extraction […]