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Buying A Hawaii House With Mold
If you’re thinking about buying a house in Hawaii, you need to be aware of the potential for mold. Mold can be a severe problem in homes in Hawaii, and it’s important to know what to look for before buying. Mold is a type of fungus that thrives in warm,
The Wrong Way To Fix Water Damaged Wood Floors
Wood flooring adds beauty to your home, and it’s important to maintain it properly. Depending on the type of wood, your flooring will be durable and last a long time. The downside to wood flooring, however, is that wood flooring is susceptible to water damage compared to other types of
How To Prepare Your Hawaii Home For Hurricane Season
Disasters happen even to the most prepared homeowners. Hurricanes can be devastating if you don’t prepare well. In Hawaii, hurricane season lasts from June to November. The most active hurricane months are August and September. It is important to prepare your home for hurricane season. Hurricane conditions are associated with
Detecting Water Leaks Behind Walls
Maintaining your home is more than just keeping up its appearance. It’s also about keeping its structural integrity and ensuring your household’s safety. One of the most common problems that homeowners face is water damage from unaddressed leaks in their properties. If you suspect that you have this issue,
Hidden Areas Mold Can Grow In Your Hawaii Home
Mold growth is an unwelcome problem that can arise in any home due to humidity and moisture. This is a typical issue in Hawaii because of the state’s climate. That’s why learning mold prevention is vital for keeping your household safe. We’ve all heard about the dangers of mold, and
Can Tile Floors Get Water Damaged?
Homeowners with tile floors typically ask, “Can water damage tile floors?” While tiles are more resistant to water damage than carpeting and wood floors, that does not mean they are waterproof. Whether you have ceramic, travertine, stone, or porcelain tile floors, it doesn’t matter. All types of tiles are porous