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Cracked Shower Walls: Leaks and Mold

Cracked shower walls are a common issue many homeowners face, often stemming from the wear and tear of daily use.  While cracks might seem like minor inconveniences, they can lead to significant problems, such as…

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How to Fix A Bathroom Floor That Is Rotting

A bathroom is one of the most frequently used spaces in our homes, but it’s also one of the most vulnerable to water damage. Over time, the constant exposure to moisture and humidity can lead…

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How To Fix Mold on Bathroom Ceiling

Mold on your bathroom ceiling can be an unwelcome and unsettling sight. It’s a common issue in many households, especially in spaces with high humidity levels. If you’re curious about how to fix mold on…

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  • Prep for Preventing Groundwater Floods

    July 21, 2023 | Posted By: Jared Horton

    Groundwater floods significantly threaten communities, causing property damage, water source contamination, and disruptions to daily life. Proactive measures and preparedness are crucial for preventing these floods and mitigating their consequences. This spring, many counties in Utah took steps to be prepared for runoff from record-breaking snowfall. Many communities used the tools listed below to be…

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  • Mold Removal in Salt Lake City

    October 11, 2021 | Posted By: Jared Horton

    Mold can be a real pain to deal with. It discolors drywall, leaves dark patches on paneling, and rots wood all over the house. It also gives off a foul odor. If left unchecked, exposure to mold can be hazardous to your health, causing severe upper respiratory problems. Because of this, it's essential to act…

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  • Mold in the home: How big a health problem is it?

    August 28, 2020 | Posted By: Jared Horton

    Original Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/288651#mold-and-health Whether it is a cold, damp winter or a warm, humid summer, activities at home can result in moisture indoors and the appearance of mold. Mold can grow on walls, clothes, books, toys, and even CDs. It can turn prized possessions into musty relics that only look fit for the garbage. But…

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