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Best to Rely on Experts When Measuring Wall Moisture
Posted 04/30/18
Daily water-related household activities create humidity, which increases levels of moisture in the home’s environment. Proper building procedures have been developed to prevent moisture infiltration inside your walls, but some areas are more susceptible to wall moisture than others. Exterior...
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Understanding the Three Classes of Contaminated Water
Posted 04/30/18
Clearly, any contaminated water can wreak havoc on a home or business. Moisture penetration into flooring, walls, studding and structural components, in addition to water-damaged furniture, electronics, clothing and more, is time-consuming to dry, if even possible. Compounding the situation...
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How to Avoid a Cyber Attack
Posted 04/10/18
Cyber attacks are a scary reality for many companies as well as for individual users. Regardless of the individual victim or size of the organization affected, the severe impact and potential threat hackers present is enough to scare most of...
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Better Ways to Store Flammables at Home
Posted 02/27/18
We all have flammables in our home, but do you know how to properly store them when they’re not in use? Many people do not. When stored improperly, flammables can have devastating consequences including poisoning, fires, and explosions. So if...
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  • Best to Rely on Experts When Measuring Wall Moisture

    Daily water-related household activities create humidity, which increases levels of moisture in the home’s environment. Proper building procedures have been developed to prevent moisture infiltration inside your walls, but some areas are more susceptible to wall moisture than others. Exterior walls are covered with a moisture barrier and siding, and interior walls typically have another

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  • Understanding the Three Classes of Contaminated Water

    Clearly, any contaminated water can wreak havoc on a home or business. Moisture penetration into flooring, walls, studding and structural components, in addition to water-damaged furniture, electronics, clothing and more, is time-consuming to dry, if even possible. Compounding the situation is which among the three classes of contaminated water has caused the damage. Commonly known

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  • Know the Insurance Limitations on Vacant Properties

    Michigan is a state filled with lakes and streams. Many people own second homes or cabins as their vacation property in this beautiful state. Homeowners who spend time away from properties they own need to be aware that their insurer may determine their primary and secondary vacation home(s) vacant or unoccupied if left for 60

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    How to Avoid a Cyber Attack

    Cyber attacks are a scary reality for many companies as well as for individual users. Regardless of the individual victim or size of the organization affected, the severe impact and potential threat hackers present is enough to scare most of us. So with data breaches occurring more frequently every day, the mistake of not having

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  • How to Prevent Your Home from Being Burglarized

    According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a burglary takes place about every 18 seconds in the United States. This equates to nearly 200 per hour and approximately 4,800 every day. But knowledge is the most effective tool in helping to protect your home and family from burglary. The following is a list of preventative

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