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A Guide To Understanding And Treating The Mold In Your Home

If you have recently found out that mold is in your home, you are not alone. Some experts believe that many homes have mold in some form, but most of those molds are harmless to healthy people and are not the toxic mold that have been associated with a variety of health concerns. However, since it is so common, it's important to determine if and when remediation or removal are appropriate or valid choices. Read More 

Need A Sandblaster To Remove Corrosion? Types Of Sandblasting Machines And Using Them Safely

If you have a lot of metal surfaces that have corrosion, a sandblaster can get the corrosion off and make these surfaces look brand new again. A sandblaster is a piece of equipment that forcibly propels abrasive material against a metal surface under high pressure. Below is some more information about different types of sandblasting machines, as well as tips on using the equipment safely. Types of Sandblasting Machines When you start shopping for a sandblasting machine you will see there are different types. Read More 

3 Tips For Choosing Gear Pumps That Are Easier To Maintain And Repair

If you are in the market for a new gear pump for your industrial business, one thing that you should think about is how easy or difficult it will be to keep the new gear pump properly maintained, serviced and in good working condition. These are a few tips to help you choose a gear pump that will be easier to take care of so that you can have fewer problems later on. Read More 

6 Steps To Take Right Away If Water Damages Your Home

There are lots of different ways that water can damage your home, from burst pipes to flood water. If your home experiences water damage of any kind, here are the first six things that you need to do. #1 Stop The Flow Of Water The first thing you need to do is stop the flow of water into your home. If the water is coming from your internal plumbing, get to the main water shut-off valve in your home. Read More