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Okanagan Flooding: Post Flood Mold Inspections

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image credit: Castanet.net As people assess the damage of recent Okanagan flooding, mold inspections are understandably on the minds of many homeowners. It is simply amazing how much damage a few inches of water (let alone feet of water) can do to a home or business. Longstanding moisture provides the ideal damp breeding ground for…

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Ways to Remain Fire Safe this Holiday Season

Deck the halls with boughs of holly, fa-la-la-la-laaaa… Can you believe it’s almost Christmas? Yeah, neither can we! But something we can definitely put our focus on right now? Fire safety at Christmas. While the Christmas tree, special holiday ornaments, and festive lights all feel like magic throughout the month of December (and sometimes November……

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What You Should Know About Asbestos

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Most people know the dangers of asbestos and how it can negatively impact your health. However when it comes to risks and other information, some might not take it as seriously as they should. This harmful mineral can pose detrimental effects on your health and safety and by educating yourself on the toxin, you’re doing…

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Detecting and Preventing a Gas Leak

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Owning a home comes with great responsibility. Do you know what to do if you suspect a gas leak? You should! A gas leak can be ultra-frightening because it can sometimes be difficult to detect which may lead to injury and even death. Therefore, it’s extra important to take immediate action if you suspect there…