As a home, or property owner, there are a number of DIY maintenance projects we can tackle on our own to save money. However, there are some jobs that should be left to the professionals. Mold is a perfect example. Mold can cause severe structural damage to your home or building, as well as affect your health by releasing tiny spores, aka mycotoxins, into the air. You do have the option to do a Home Mold Test Kit, or you could have it checked out by the professionals.
The State of South Dakota and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have established a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Minnehaha County to provide those who suffered disaster related damage a place to register for aid and get answers to questions about the disaster assistance program.
As we enter the prime time of the year for spending outdoors, grilling out and sitting by the fire pit with friends, it is also important to remember safety first. There are over 3000 injuries each year related to charcoal grill fires.
When you have been impacted by a flood, it can be very overwhelming. Where do you begin? Who do you call? What can you do? The list goes on. You don’t have a lot of time to prepare for an event of this nature. However, you do not want delay on taking care of the situation.
It is important to diagnose any roof damage as soon as possible to address and fix any damage before it becomes a more costly leak. Inspect your roof promptly after a storm, any storm or wind alone can damage a roof, so the sooner you inspect the roof after a storm the better.
The air ducts in your home provide a very important function. They circulate the air from your heating and cooling system into and out of each room, which allows for consistent interior comfort regardless of the season.