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How to Cope with Fire and Smoke Damage

By |November 16th, 2015|

A fire in your home or business is one of the most traumatic experiences most of us will likely ever encounter. While it may be tempting to sit back and wait for the insurance company to handle all the details for you once the flames have been extinguished, it is critical that home and business owners immediately call professional fire and smoke damage restoration professionals who have received proper training and certification from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) if they hope to get their home or business back to normal. […]

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6 Tips for Smoke Detector Safety

By |October 30th, 2015|


It’s that time of year again, time to fall back. This Halloween after you’ve given out the last piece of candy and tucked in your ghosts and goblins for the night, don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour because November 1 marks the first day of Daylight Savings Time. […]

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Deep Cleaning Your Home’s Exterior: Power Washing 101

By |October 27th, 2015|


Just like the interior of your home, the exterior also needs attention to keep it looking its best, including an occasional cleaning. One of the most effective ways to clean exteriors is through power washing. […]

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10 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

By |October 20th, 2015|


Fall in New England is magical. It’s the time of fairs, picking apples and admiring fall foliage. But it goes fast and before you know it we will be facing another winter. Last winter was a doozy for the Northeast, and some homeowners suffered high heating bills or damage to their homes because they didn’t adequately prepare for the challenges cold, snowy weather can bring. Don’t make that mistake – take action now before it’s time to break out the snow shovels. […]

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Got Flooding? Call the Professionals!

By |October 12th, 2015|

Following the heavy rain and flash flooding many areas experienced throughout Maine last month, several homeowners returned home to flooded basements. Two of the most common causes for a basement to flood during a heavy rainstorm are that the homes aren’t properly graded, or a sump pump isn’t properly functioning. The problem now of course is what to do with all that water. […]

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New Hampshire Homeowners Can Breathe Easier with Clean Air Ducts

By |September 28th, 2015|

While we still have a few more months of nice fall weather to look forward to our long summer days are winding down, which means many of us will likely be spending more time in our homes. One thing that often falls by the wayside during summertime is cleaning projects. When it’s warm and sunny outside, it’s hard to focus on spending too much time inside cleaning. But once you’ve caught up on vacuuming and dusting, don’t forget about one of the most important areas of your home that also needs to be cleaned – your air ducts. […]

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Prolong the Life of Your Upholstered Furniture with Regular Cleanings

By |September 22nd, 2015|

Good furniture is an investment and, with proper care and cleaning, it is possible to maintain the appearance and life of your upholstered furniture for years to come.

To help keep your upholstery looking its very best it is important to clean it regularly, ideally every few months. […]

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Humidity And Mold- Did Your Home Stand Up to Summer Moisture?

By |August 19th, 2015|

If you’re living in New England you know that this summer has been rainy, hot and humid. Although you’re probably not looking forward to enduring a winter like last year’s, you might be excited to start seeing cooler temperatures as September approaches. Before temperatures start to fall, make sure the summer humidity hasn’t left you […]


DIY Carpet Cleaning Hacks

By |July 29th, 2015|

We try our best to keep our carpets clean and looking new, but as time goes by your rug is going to collect dirt and accidents resulting in unsightly stains are bound to happen. Check out these tips on how to safely clean your carpet using household products.
1. Test Drive!
Find a small area that is […]

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Should I Buy a House with Mold in It?

By |June 25th, 2015|

So you’re thinking of moving and have a particular neighborhood in mind. It’s quiet, safe and is located in an amazing school district. The only problem is that all the houses in your desired neighborhood are way above your price range. You manage to stumble upon a house that is within your budget and after […]