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So far Tim Moore has created 20 blog entries.

5 Ways to Minimize or Prevent Water Damage While You’re Away from Home

2019-01-22T13:59:58+00:00December 4th, 2018|Water Damage Restoration, Water Damage Services|

5 Ways to Prevent Water Damage While You’re Away from Home Being away from home may mean you’re headed to a favorite vacation spot, going to visit family, or even something more serious like a hurricane is predicted in your area. No matter the reason you are leaving your home for a bit, it

What Does the Cleanup Process Look Like from Water Damage?

2019-01-22T14:01:34+00:00December 4th, 2018|Flood Cleanup, Water Damage Restoration|

What Does the Cleanup Process Look Like from Water Damage? Water damage can happen in any room at any time of year.  Bursting pipes, leaks from pipes or the roof, or just leaving a faucet on can lead to heartbreaking destruction of floors, walls, furniture and other personal items. Water damage can also occur

Initial Signs That You Might Have a Mold Problem

2019-01-22T13:58:14+00:00December 4th, 2018|Mold Remediation|

Initial Signs That You Might Have a Mold Problem Having mold in your home is no joke. Not only can mold cost you a great deal of time, money and trouble, but having mold, especially black mold, in your home can be a serious health risk. Since mold is sometimes hidden and hard to

The World’s Most Unusual Toilets

2018-12-04T21:56:26+00:00December 4th, 2018|Plumbing|

The World's Most Unusual ToiletsHave you ever noticed that Americans shy away from the word “toilet”? Even though we use the toilet more than we bathe in our bathroom and rarely rest in our restroom, those seem to be the choice of words Americans use when they’ve got to go. Interestingly, Europeans don’t have this

How Plumbing Works – The Science Behind Indoor Plumbing

2019-01-22T14:30:44+00:00December 4th, 2018|Plumbing|

How Plumbing Works - The Science Behind Indoor Plumbing Have you ever dreamed of living in ancient times?  You might, until you realize that far more of man’s history has occurred without modern plumbing, than with it. The word, “plumbing” comes from the Latin word for lead, plumbum. Some form of civil plumbing has

How to Fix a Leaking Faucet

2018-12-04T13:05:42+00:00December 4th, 2018|Leak Detection, Plumbing|

How to Fix a Leaking Faucet The humble water faucet is an under-appreciated fixture found in any bathroom, kitchen and laundry room. It makes civilized cleaning, washing, cooking and water drinking possible in our homes. A dripping or leaking faucet still works but can add a lot of unnecessary cost over time if not

Toilets 101: Everything You Need to Know to Become the Expert of Your Throne

2018-12-04T13:13:50+00:00December 4th, 2018|Plumbing|

Toilets 101: Everything You Need to Know to Become the Expert of Your Throne In America, when referring to the term “toilet,” we usually imagine a bathroom fixture mounted on a seat, to be used in a sitting position. This western toilet utilizes a non-mechanical system of water, syphoning and gravity to draw waste

The Biggest Problems with Tankless Hot Water Heaters

2018-12-04T12:30:42+00:00December 4th, 2018|Plumbing|

The Biggest Problems with Tankless Hot Water Heaters Why you should do your research before making the investment Hot water heaters are an essential part of everyday life, but they work in the background and rarely receive any thought until something goes wrong. When it’s time to replace a hot water heater, many people

Tips on How to Replace the Wax Ring on a Toilet

2018-10-26T14:03:13+00:00October 9th, 2018|Plumbing|

Tips on How to Replace the Wax Ring on a Toilet Have you ever wondered what keeps your toilet from leaking? Beneath every toilet is a sticky wax ring that forms a watertight seal between the toilet and the sewer pipe. This hidden ring silently keeps your floors dry and can last for years

Bathtime Tips and Tricks to Prevent Water Damage While Bathing Your Toddler

2019-01-22T01:27:05+00:00October 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Bathtime Tips and Tricks to Prevent Water Damage While Bathing Your Toddler A lot of water flows through the average bathroom – roughly 75% of household water use occurs in them. While bathrooms are designed to confine the water to specific fixtures, it’s not uncommon for water to splash out of the sink, shower