Flooding from a natural event, broken pipe, or damaged plumbing appliance can create serious problems inside your home. Many homeowners are not equipped to address major flooding on their own and require the help of a professional water damage restoration company. It can be helpful to know what you can expect from the water damage restoration process before calling for help so that you are prepared to cope with the process effectively.
- Ceilings are one of the most common places to find water damage. Plumbing and ceiling leaks often drip down, damaging interior ceilings and anything above them, including insulation or ceiling joists. This damage is often unsightly, and it may also be hiding more severe issues such as structural damage or mold growth. While it's often possible to restore a water-damaged ceiling, the techniques, cost, and labor involved will vary depending on the type of ceilings you have in your home.
- Are you shopping for new siding for your home? If so, the process of installation is just as important as picking out what material you want. Siding installation can be a technical and complicated undertaking. The type of siding you choose to install on your home can drastically change how it looks. The following guide will give you information on the different materials available for siding, tips on installation, and examples of different projects.
- When the siding on the exterior of your house has reached the end of its lifespan, it will have to be replaced to help the house perform and look the way you want. Luckily, siding is a material that is able to last for many years before it will reach the end of its life, which means that this type of replacement work will not be something that you have to do very frequently.
- If a fire breaks out in your basement, you might have a lot of damage repair to do even if sprinklers or a fire extinguisher put the flames out fairly fast. If your basement isn't finished, there may not be a lot of fire damage to furniture and other furnishings, but there will still be soot and smoke damage to the basement as well as the rest of the house since the smoke will waft up to your living space.