Restoring Your Classic Chevy

  • What A Basic Home Inspection Doesn't Cover: 3 Toxins To Test For

    9 November 2015

    If you are ready to purchase a home and you want to get a home inspection, make sure you get an inspection that tests for dangerous toxins in the home. If you are purchasing a home that was constructed in the mid-20th century, you could have toxins like lead, radon and asbestos in the living space. You don't want to live in a house that is potentially dangerous for your health.

  • Four Tips To Help You Get The Demolition Done After A Flood

    13 October 2015

    If your home has recently been flooded, you will want to get things cleaned up quickly. Part of the cleanup process may include doing some demolition to remove damaged materials. You may need to remove carpet, drywall or other materials that can absorb water. Here are some tips to help you with the demolition and cleanup of your home after a flood: 1. Deciding Whether Or Not To Save Carpet And Removing It

  • Four Ways To Protect Your Glass From Future Graffiti

    28 September 2015

    Vandalism can happen to anyone, but a business with a lot of windows is especially vulnerable. Vandals can either just smash the glass or opt for the more creatively destructive idea of creating graffiti. Protecting your glass is essential both to your budget and to your business reputation, but if you've had your glass vandalized in the past you may feel a particularly urgent need to keep it from happening again.

  • Water Damage 101: Restoring Moldy Wood

    8 July 2015

    Though water damage represents a threat to most of the objects in your home, objects made out of wood are especially susceptible. Yet if you've noticed mold on your wooden furniture, don't despair. With the right knowledge, you can successfully restore it. If you would like to learn more about how, read on. This article will present four things you should know about restoring mold damaged wood. Safety gear is important.

  • How To Recover Water-Damaged Electronics

    31 March 2015

    Many people have electronics in their basement, including televisions, video game consoles, and radios. It can be extremely frustrating for anyone who owns these devices to have them be damaged by water from a flooding basement. In order to minimize your financial loss, consider following these steps for recovering water-damaged electronics. There's a chance that you might be able to salvage some of them. 1. Turn Off All of the Power

  • An Overview On Water Damage And Your Homeowners Policy

    31 March 2015

    If you find yourself dealing with water damage in your home, whether it is the result of an act of God or an appliance breakdown, you're going to be dealing with a big mess and a lot of clean-up. Because water damage can cause future issues within your home, such as mold growth, it's important that you take care of the situation as soon as you can. Calling in a professional water damage restoration service is beneficial to making sure the problem gets corrected, but you may find that your homeowner's insurance will not pay for the damage to be restored.

  • How To Restore Wooden Window Sills

    30 March 2015

    How to Restore Wooden Window Sills Windows sills are often the first part of a window to get damaged. This is often caused by standing water and everyday usage of the sill. Many people use their interior window sill like an extra shelf, placing items on it, and even sitting on it at times. Over time, this can cause the paint on the wood to wear away and get damaged. Restoring your window sill is an easy way to make your entire window look newer.