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Essential Precautions to Enjoy July 4 Fireworks and Avoid Fire or Injury

Fireworks are a quintessential part of Independence Day celebrations, adding vibrant bursts of color and excitement to celebrations. However, it’s crucial to prioritize safety when enjoying fireworks, as mishandling these explosive devices can lead to severe accidents and fires. Here are some essential precautions to take when enjoying fireworks, ensuring a safe and memorable experience […]
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Protecting Properties: Homeowner and Condo Associations’ Responsibilities in Fire, Mold, and Water Damage Prevention

Homeowner and condo associations play a vital role in maintaining and protecting properties within their communities. One of the primary concerns for both associations and homeowners is the prevention of fire, mold, and water damage. In order to ensure the safety and well-being of residents, it is essential to understand the division of responsibilities between […]
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Going on Summer Vacation? Prepare Your Home Before You Leave

Getting ready for vacation can be an exciting time, but it’s important to make sure that your home is prepared for your absence. Leaving your home empty can lead to potential problems such as mold, water damage, fire, and even break-ins. To avoid these problems, there are a few things you can do to prepare […]
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Take These Steps to Avoid Water Damage in Your Home or Office 

Georgia is no stranger to heavy rainfall and flash floods this time of year, which can all contribute to home or office water damage. However, there are several things that you can do to prevent flooding and minimize water damage too.  Poor Drainage When rainwater cannot drain properly, it can accumulate around your home’s foundation […]
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Spring Maintenance Tasks to Work into Your Busy Schedule

Spring is the perfect time to get your home ready for the warmer weather ahead. With spring comes the potential for heavy rains, thunderstorms, and humidity, which can all lead to water damage, fire damage, and mold growth if your home isn’t properly maintained. To avoid these potential problems, here are some spring home maintenance […]
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Your Home Inspector Found Mold…Now What?

While the housing market has cooled down a bit, many people are still buying and selling homes. An important part of that process for both parties is the home inspection, which can uncover mold issues that you didn’t realize exist.  Why should you care?  Breathing mold can cause respiratory issues, especially for those with compromised […]
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