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Home Humidity Damage Living In Georgia

Home Humidity Damage Living In Georgia
Georgia has a relatively high humidity, especially from May to September. In Georgia, the average relative humidity is about 50%, with some summer days reaching levels as high as 90%. Humidity can damage your home by causing mold and mildew to form, which in turn will cause health problems. To prevent humidity damage to your home, keep the room temperature at a comfortable temperature. Use dehumidifiers when necessary. Read More

Facts About COVID-19

Facts About COVID-19
Facts about coronavirus (COVID-19) directly from the authorities. What it is, who's at risk, how it spreads, signs and symptoms, and how to stay safe. Read More

Do You Have a CLUE?

Do You Have a CLUE?
A C.L.U.E. report (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) essentially determines how much money insurance companies charge you for either home or auto insurance. Read More

The Three Categories of Water Damage

The Three Categories of Water Damage
Our industry has an S500 book, produced by the IICRC. This is an ASNI developed standard of care for our industry. Insurance adjusters as well as contractors all consider this the definitive authority when it comes to our water mitigation, cleaning, and restoration Read More

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