This is my archive

August 10, 2022

Hurricane Damage

Of all documented weather disasters in U.S. history, hurricanes have caused the most deaths and destruction. The year 2020 set a new record for events with 22 billion-dollar weather and climate disasters—shattering the previous annual record of 16 events in 2011 and 2017. Then on August 29, 2021, Hurricane Ida… Read More

July 27, 2022

How Environmental Hygienists Find Mold Spores

Once upon a time if you couldn’t see something you generally weren’t worried about it. Today, with the advances in science and technology, we now understand that gases and micro-pollutants in the air – even those that can’t be seen or smelled – can affect our health and well-being. So,… Read More

July 25, 2022

Hardwood Floors and Water Don’t Mix

If you have hardwood floors in your South Carolina home, they’ve probably had water on them at one time or another, either from a spilled glass, a broken pipe, or just wet shoes. But have you ever questioned whether water can seriously damage your hardwood floors? This is information you… Read More

July 21, 2022

Do You Know Where Your Water Shut-Off Valves Are?

Most of us are probably glad to get home after a long day of stress at work, fighting traffic, and running errands. Because home is where our heart is. It’s our sanctuary from the world and we take it for granted that everything will work just as we want it… Read More

June 29, 2022

4 Big Myths Regarding Disaster Restoration

Like other industries, bad actors have tainted the reputation of disaster restoration companies. Along with distrust, many misconceptions and myths have been made regarding the mitigation and restoration process. A tragic consequence of this distrust and misunderstanding is that disaster victims sometimes don’t take quick action to have their loss… Read More