Prep for the Season with Our Winter Home Safety Checklist

Posted November 15, 2017 at 10:00 am
Fall and winter bring their own special challenges to homeowners. You are probably beginning to prepare for the upcoming cold weather by checking off a list of necessities like a snow shovel, salt for the sidewalk, and some extra wood for the fireplace. You shouldn’t stop there.     Your entire home needs special care as we head into colder weather. Not paying attention to your home’s winter needs can end in costly repairs and an unsafe environment.   All that your home needs is a little extra TLC to get it through the winter. At LDR Cleaning & Restoration, we want to help make the process easier. Here’s our one-stop checklist for preparing your home and to keep you warm and safe, all winter long.  

1. Schedule a home heating inspection

  A qualified professional knows what to look for to make sure your heating system is ready for the season ahead. A technician should inspect your air ducts, check your furnace, and seal any leaky furnace ducts.

2. Get a chimney sweep

  Your chimney should be inspected and cleaned every year. An unfortunate number of house fires start every year from the buildup of creosote in chimneys. Plus, a technician can inspect your chimney for needed repairs and maintenance.

3. Brush up on fireplace safety

  You know the basics of lighting a fire and when to open the flue. But, it has probably has been close to a year since you used your fireplace regularly. Now is the time to brush up on fireplace safety basics like remembering to sweep out the ashes after each use and making sure you have a working fire extinguisher close by.

4. Prevent pipes from freezing

      When water freezes, it expands, putting pressure on the pipes that contain it. Eventually, the pressure becomes so great that the pipes break open. Frozen pipes can shut down your entire home water supply until the problem is fixed.   Unprotected and damaged pipes are also a recipe for a flooded basement. An ounce of prevention can prevent an unpleasant flooded basement cleanup.   Keep your pipes warm, and prevent them from freezing by adding insulation to basement, attics, and crawl spaces, where exposure to cold air can freeze the pipes. When temperatures become bitterly cold, open cabinet doors where water pipes are found and let the warm air circulate through.   For extreme cold temperatures   , letting a little water drip through will also help to prevent freezing. Finally, keep your home at a consistently warm temperature, both day and night. Make sure that even when you are away that the temperature inside your home never drops below 55°F.

5. Check Detectors

  Now is the perfect time to check the batteries in your fire and carbon monoxide detectors. You should have one of each outside of every bedroom in addition to on every floor of your home, including the basement.

6. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

  The biggest winter home safety tip we can give you is to never believe it can’t happen to you. Be aware of winter time home dangers. Portable heaters, unclean fireplaces, and electric blankets cause home fires every year. Neglecting snow and ice removal can result not only in expensive home repair costs, but medical expenses as well.   Have a plan, and if disaster does strike, know that LDR Cleaning & Restoration is just a phone call away.

How to Deal with Potential Health Hazards in Your Home

Posted November 9, 2017 at 10:00 am
Most Americans spend a great deal of time indoors, whether at home, work, or school. We hear plenty about pollution and the air quality outside, but tend to take the air we breathe inside for granted.   The ugly truth is that the air in your home can harbor mold and allergens that have potential to be detrimental to your health.   Is the air in your home clean and safe?   Do you know what to look for in spotting potential health hazards in your home?   Do you know what to do when you do find issues that compromise your indoor air quality?   Let the professionals at LDR Cleaning & Restoration help you figure it out.

Air Ducts: A Haven for Dust, Dirt and Allergens

  Air ducts circulate the air through your home’s heating and cooling systems. As air passes through, it naturally sweeps up miniscule particles it encounters along the way. While air filters remove a great deal of daily debris, it is impossible for them to remove 100 percent, so you shouldn’t count on them to do the job alone. Having your air ducts cleaned by a professional is the only way to protect the quality of air that you breathe.   Dirty ducts can interfere with air quality and lead to a variety of health issues:  
  • Asthma
  • Runny nose, itchy eyes, and other allergy symptoms
  • Fatigue
  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Flu like symptoms
  There are also outward signs that your ducts need cleaning services:  
  • You can’t seem to keep up with the dust in your home. Dirt and dust circulate through the air quicker when the ducts are dirty, and accumulate on your walls and furniture.
  • You notice more dirt, dust, or pet hair sticking to the grates. Dirty air ducts cannot bring in and filter as much debris as clean, fully functioning ducts.
  • Your heating or cooling system isn’t working as well as it once did.
  • You see mold. When mold appears, it not only means that your ducts need to be cleaned, it also means they are likely in need of repair.
  The air ducts in your home should be inspected at least every three to five years. If you have been noticing changes in your health, and sense that the air quality in your home may be to blame, call us and let us help get your home back on track for good health.

Menacing Mold

  Household mold is an often-misunderstood beast. Your home can be a breeding ground for different types of mold, some of them relatively harmless and others that pose significant risk to your health.   Regardless of the type, mold spores can travel through the air. You breathe them in, and then they wreak havoc on your health. Molds, especially toxic black mold, can cause noticeable symptoms that include:  
  • Asthma symptoms
  • Eye, ear, and throat irritation
  • Respiratory distress
  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Higher susceptibility to respiratory illness
  Mold can be found anywhere in your home, and chances are you have mold lurking in some corner of your home. There is a misconception that if you can’t see it, it doesn’t exist. Most household molds hide behind walls, flooring, and in dark cupboards. Basically, anywhere dampness exists.

Why You Should Call a Professional

  They only way to know for sure if the air quality in your home has been compromised by mold is to have an assessment, followed by house mold remediation, if necessary.   The quality of the air your home is too important to ignore. Don’t let your health, or the health of your loved ones become compromised by poor air quality and indoor pollutants. If you have questions, we have answers. Call us for more information, 24 hours a day.

Protect Your Home: A Winter Roof Maintenance Checklist

Posted November 1, 2017 at 1:00 pm
Winter is just around the corner. Soon blistering cold winds and piles of powdery snow are going to be a part of everyday life. Are you prepared? Before you answer that, ask yourself when was the last time you thoroughly inspected your roof to make sure it was ready for the cold weather challenges ahead. Roofs take a beating during the winter. Making sure yours is in the best possible shape before cold temps and the first snowfall hit can save you from costly repairs. Not sure where to start? Begin by checking off items on our winter roof-health checklist.  

1.  Start with a complete inspection, inside and out

If you have the resources, it is best to hire a respected professional to come and inspect the health of your roof. If you plan on completing the inspection yourself, make sure you know everything to look for.
  • Missing or broken shingles
  • Integrity of the roof edge. Are there any noticeable holes or missing fasteners?
  • Has your roof buckled in any areas? This can be a sign of water leaking under the roof.
  • Check the attic. Look for any signs of moisture or water damage.
  • Check insulation for signs of water infiltration. The insulation might be damp, discolored or have noticeable mold and an unpleasant smell.
If you notice any signs of water damage or weakness in your roof, let us help before old man winter makes the problem worse.  

2. Clear out gutters and roof debris

You would be surprised what can accumulate on your roof during the year. Leaves, mud, branches, nuts, and fruit fallen from trees are just a few examples. Without the proper attention, your roof can look like a wildlife refuge. Thankfully, most of this is easy to clear away with a push broom and someone with good health and balance to get up there and brush it off. Start at the top of the roof and sweep down as you go. While you are at it, don’t forget about the gutters. Fall is an especially difficult time as leaves fall from trees and nestle into your gutters. Clogged gutters prevent water from flowing away from your roof and clearing them out is an essential part of mid to late fall home maintenance.  

3. Remove any low-lying branches

What would winter be without at least one epic storm? As the snow piles up, branches take on a lot of weight. Between the extra weight of snow and ice, and cold weather brittleness, branches are more likely to snap and break. This can mean disaster for your roof.  

4. Invest in a snow rake

A snow rake is an inexpensive piece of equipment that’s designed to help you easily remove snow from your rooftop. This one step eases the strain on your roof and prevents ice dams. An ice dam forms when heat escapes through your roof and melts the snow, which then drips down into your gutters and along the roof edge until it finally refreezes. You will recognize an ice dam as those massive icicles that hang from your home. These can strain your roof with their added weight and damage your gutters. A snow rake is also useful for knocking ice dams down if they do form.  

5. Consider snow guards

A snow guard is a roof device that is used to retain snow and prevent it from falling from a higher surface to a lower one. Snow guards prevent snow from piling up in one area and then avalanching off your roof. When you live in an area with harsh winters, snow guards can help protect your roof, and your property below. Winter is coming, there is no question about that. This year, be prepared and winterize your roof. At LDR Cleaning & Restoration, we are happy to answer any questions.  All you need to do is call us.  What you do today can save you from more costly roof and water damage repairs in the future.

Cozy and Safe: Portable Heater Safety Tips to Prevent Fires

Posted October 25, 2017 at 1:00 pm
With the change of seasons comes a bit more chill in the air. As a homeowner, you are thinking about how to most effectively heat your home this winter, especially if some rooms are a little on the drafty side. Replacing your heating system or adding insulation can both be costly, so more and more homeowners are depending upon portable space heaters for some extra cozy warmth. Portable heaters can be a great option if you use them correctly and adhere to standard safety precautions. Unfortunately, many people do not. As a result, space heaters account for approximately 16% of reported home fires. At LDR Cleaning & Restoration, we don’t want you to become part of this statistic. If you use a portable heater in your home, or are considering one, we ask that you follow these basic safety tips to prevent fire.    

Choose the Right Portable Heater for Your Space

Do you need to add warmth to an entire large room, or just a small space? The portable heater you choose needs to match the space that you intend to use it in. Large space heaters aren’t designed for small confined areas and can easily create too much heat. A heater that is too large will also eat up more energy and can add on costs to your utility bill. Heaters that are too small need to work harder to warm the area. This can lead to unsafe malfunctions in the equipment.    

Buy New and Look for Safety Certifications

Buying used is never a good idea when it comes to equipment that has the potential to be a fire hazard. Portable heaters are no exception. Pay a little bit more for a new portable heater, and rest a little easier. When choosing a portable heater, look for the safety certification. You should see a stamp or marking somewhere on the heater itself from a nationally recognized testing and safety organization. Look for stamps from certified testing agencies like UL, ETL, and CSA. A complete list can be found at OSHA.    

Look for Built-In Preventative Safety Features

Is your flooring a little unlevel? Do you have children or pets running around? Home life is unpredictable. No matter how cautious you are, there is always the chance that the heater will get bumped or knocked over. Choose a heater that has been designed to be “tip over proof”. These heaters have a built-in function that will automatically shut the unit down should it fall over for any reason. A quality portable heater will also have a built-in heat sensor that turns off the unit if it gets too hot. For instance, if a toss pillow ends up on the floor, blocking the duct of the heater.    

Give Your Heater Some Space

Portable heaters have a large personal bubble. They need at least three feet around them on all sides to breathe and function. Anything within this space, including walls, furniture, loose carpeting, or even shoes, has the potential to cause overheating and possibly a fire. Place your heater in area of the room, where it will have nothing nearby, including fluid items like draperies and blankets.    

Treat it with Care

Your portable heater is just like any other appliance in your home. It needs to be taken care of and maintained to function properly. Before initially using it, and several times throughout the season, conduct a quick maintenance check.
  • Check the cord for damage, wear, and tear. The cord should be free of any cracking or breaks, and the plug should fit securely in the wall outlet. Never use an extension cord.
  • Are all sensors functioning properly?
  • Is the unit free of dust and debris, especially on grills and filters?
  • Does the cord, plug, or outlet ever feel hot? If so, turn off the heater and disconnect it immediately.
  • Water and portable heaters do not mix. Look for signs of moistures around your heater, such as condensation on walls, water dripping from windows, puddles from wet boots, or your pet’s water bowl.
 

Say Goodnight

Always turn off your heater when you leave your home or at night while you are sleeping. Snuggle up with a few blankets instead. We are your resource to call 24 hours a day for fire recovery services. But we would much rather you do what you can to prevent a fire instead.

Mold Remediation for Beginners

Posted October 18, 2017 at 10:00 am
Mold can be a nightmare to deal with. From headaches and unexplained sinus symptoms to fatigue and nausea, the physical side effects of toxic mold exposure are nothing to take lightly. Even harmless forms of household mold can degrade the materials in walls, ceilings, floors and other structural parts of the home. Mold is more common at some times of year than others, so it is important to remain vigilant year round. While a professional inspection is the best way to address a suspected mold issue in your home, here are some steps homeowners can take for DIY mold remediation.

Assess the Damage

The first step to home mold remediation Rockford homeowners can take on their own is to assess the visible extent of the mold problem. In cases where the extent of the damage is unclear, such as when mold is present underneath flooring or within walls, it may be necessary to call in a professional mold remediation company for a more thorough inspection.

Remove the Mold

When working with any type of mold, it is important to do so in a well-ventilated area. Wearing respiratory gear can help prevent mold spores from entering the lungs. All mold remediation should be a thorough and methodical process that requires time, patience and a careful hand to avoid damaging your property. The first step is to remove all water from the molded area. Water and moisture allow mold to form, so it is important that the area is as dry as possible before you begin remediation. Always use a respirator and cover your skin with protective gear when working with black mold. Because this type of mold can be so toxic, it is important to consider reaching out to a professional home mold remediation company Rockford residents can trust. If regular household mold is present, you can use a soapy sponge to remove the visible mold on the surface of walls and other items around the home. Specialized disinfectant products may be necessary if the mold problem is more serious. Thoroughly scour the affected area and make sure to remove all clean-up materials after the mold is gone. Any materials that came into contact with mold or moisture should be thrown away to prevent further infestation. Once the area is clean, opening windows and using fans is the best way to keep a steady airflow. You may want to seal the area where the mold was, as applicable, to prevent it from forming again due to similar environmental conditions.

Call in the Professionals

The mold remediation experts at Leaders in Disaster Restoration are standing by to take your call and help rid your home of mold for good. Call today at 888-874-7066 for twenty-four-hour access to mold remediation experts who will be happy to give you an honest quote and step in when a mold situation becomes too much to handle on your own.

Mold Myths to Look Out For in 2017

Posted October 11, 2017 at 10:00 am
Mold is a serious problem, but these mold myths keep many homeowners from taking the right steps to address it. Here is the truth regarding myths about household mold remediation Janesville homeowners should know.

All Mold is Toxic Mold

While it is possible to have an allergic reaction to mold in general, not all mold is toxic "black mold." In fact, most household mold is relatively harmless to people, but it can still cause serious damage to your home. Mold erodes materials over time and, if left untreated, it can cost you tens of thousands in repairs. Soapy Water is All you Need to Clean Mold While a solution of soapy water on a sponge may be enough to take care of some mold problems, others require more extensive cleaning and the use of specialized, professional-grade chemicals to treat. If there is any doubt, or if you have a mold infestation that keeps coming back after you clean it with traditional methods, it's time to call in the professionals.

All Mold is Visible

In many cases, the mold that is doing the most damage to your house is invisible. Mold can form almost anywhere, from inside walls and under floorboards to around poorly sealed windows and doors. Anywhere you notice condensation, there is a good chance that mold is present. Total mold remediation may require inspection inside of walls and underneath flooring to ensure complete removal.

Mold is Only a Problem During Spring

While it may seem like common sense that mold is only an issue during periods of heavy rainfall, the truth is that mold presents an issue for homeowners all year. In the winter months, the accumulation of moisture due to snow and melting ice poses a serious mold threat, especially around the foundation and on the roof, where snow tends to gather. During the summer, left-out brush piles near the house form an excellent breeding ground for mold caused by moisture from summer rains, especially if the area around the home is not properly ventilated. During the Fall, fallen leaves accumulating around gutters and in piles near the foundation of the home commonly lead to mold growth.

Cleaning Mold is a DIY Job

While some minor mold problems may be effectively addressed on your own, a professional mold remediation company has the expertise and equipment to handle bigger jobs. Call Leaders in Disaster Restoration today at (888) 874-7066 to schedule an inspection for your home. Our knowledgeable technicians will be happy to work with you to address any mold issues you may have while always providing reliable quotes and affordable rates. Don't let mold catch you off-guard. Schedule an annual inspection today to prevent mold issues before they become serious.

The Top 5 Issues to Address During a Home Restoration

Posted October 4, 2017 at 10:00 am
Whether you are having your home restored due to weather damage, fire or flooding, there are some basic issues you will have to address along the way. From communication with your restoration contractor to the everyday logistics of repairing your home, this article will cover everything you need to know.

Communication With Your Contractor

Having an open flow of communication with your contractor is one of the most important aspects of an effective home renovation. It is important that you are able to access your contractor if you have any questions or concerns about the renovation process. Look for a contracting company that offers 24/7 availability so you always have someone to reach out to if there is an unexpected emergency with your renovation. Also look for past customer testimonials that indicate your contractor is professional, honest and able to get the job done within a reasonable amount of time.

Lodgings

Another practical issue to consider while your home is being restored is where you and your family will stay. Some extensive renovations make it impossible to live in the home while it is being repaired. This is especially true of cases where the wiring or structure of the home is compromised, making it unsafe to live in. In some cases, your insurance may pay for you to stay somewhere else while your home is being repaired. To minimize stress, find out what is and isn't covered as soon as possible so you can plan accordingly.

Insurance Coverage

Insurance coverage restrictions can turn a home renovation into an incredibly stressful experience if you are not adequately prepared. Coverage often varies according to the type of disaster that resulted in damage to your home and property. Not all types of property are covered by insurance, so it is important to ask questions before disaster strikes so you can purchase additional coverage, if necessary. If your uninsured property is damaged, restoration may be a possibility. From burned photographs to family heirlooms damaged by flooding, it is often possible to restore many more items through professional cleaning and repair techniques than homeowners first believe. The best way to find out what can and can't be salvaged is to reach out to a professional disaster restoration service before paying to have these items replaced. You may be surprised by how much money professional restoration can save.

Additional Restoration Construction Janesville Considerations

If you would like to learn more about the restoration process, call Leaders in Disaster Restoration today at (888) 874-7066. Even if you feel like you've lost everything, experienced restoration professionals can help you salvage as much as possible and restore your home to its former beauty.

Fire Restoration Mistakes to Avoid

Posted September 27, 2017 at 12:32 pm
Immediately after a house fire, most people are understandably thinking about the loss they sustained and not the steps they need to take to resolve the practical issues associated with a fire. Unfortunately, these common mistakes can lead to costlier repairs and more lost property.

Waiting to Call the Insurance Company

Getting insurance to pay for damage after a fire is not always the simple and straightforward process homeowners would like it to be. Many insurance companies have restrictions for coverage depending on the type of damage that was sustained as well as the type of property affected. Always ask questions about coverage before buying a policy if possible, and make sure to stay up to date on any changes your insurance company makes. After a fire, once you are sure that everyone is safe and the situation has been addressed by emergency services, the next thing you should do is to call your insurance agent. Your insurance company will want to establish a case file as soon as possible and will likely request that you document as much of the damage as you can. Once it is determined to be safe to reenter the home, you should take as many pictures as possible to show the extent of the fire damage. Also make a list of the damaged property you would like to list on your insurance claim. Property that is not accounted for on an itemized list may not be covered for repair or replacement.

Throwing Away Salvageable Items

Many homeowners make the mistake of assuming that precious mementos and other important items are too damaged to be repaired. From photographs to antiques, a professional fire restoration service can work wonders when it comes to restoring fire-damaged items to their former condition. You may also be able to save money on replacement costs by repairing damaged furniture, rugs and other high-value items.

Not Calling a Fire Damage Restoration Service Janesville Residents Can Trust

By far one of the biggest mistakes you can make after a fire is to work with a disreputable restoration company. Always check for client testimonials and keep the reputation of the company in mind. The more positive testimonials a company has, the more likely your experience with them will be positive as well. Look for a restoration company that has been helping homeowners in your area for a significant period of time as it is more likely to have an established reputation you can use to gauge whether or you want to do business with its representatives. If you would like to schedule a consultation with a fire damage restoration service that has been serving homeowners in Janesville since 1991, call Leaders in Disaster Restoration today at (888) 874-7066. We will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the restoration process, and our representatives are available 24/7 to address emergency restoration needs.

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Process of Fire Damage Restoration

Posted September 20, 2017 at 10:50 am
After a fire, dealing with insurance and cleanup is the last thing on most homeowners' minds. Unfortunately, there are some steps that need to be taken as soon as possible in order to minimize damage and restore your home.

Step One: Ensure the Safety of the Home

The first step after a house fire is to ensure that the home is safe to return to. Never attempt to enter a building after a fire that has not been thoroughly examined for safety. From burst pipes to electrical damage, there are a variety of post-fire hazards that can pose a threat during the cleanup process.

Step Two: Document Everything

Once it has been determined that the home is safe to occupy, you should begin by documenting the damage as thoroughly as possible. Creating an itemized list will make it easier to begin the process of filing an insurance claim. Your insurance claims adjustor will need to know everything that was damaged if you plan on filing a claim for the purpose of replacing those lost or damaged items. Clothes, professional gear, computers, televisions and other electronics are just a few examples of the types of property your insurance may pay to replace. Furniture, appliances and large items that are damaged in a fire may be eligible for replacement as well.

Step Three: Decide What Can and Can't be Salvaged

When dealing with the aftermath of a fire, one of the most difficult steps is determining which items are too damaged to salvage. While some things can be easily replaced, other items of sentimental value may be eligible for restoration. A professional disaster restoration service could help you restore items that seem too badly damaged by flame or soot to salvage at first glance. When regular soap and water won't suffice to remove smoke stains and soot, professional chemicals can work wonders. In many cases, it is possible to restore antique furniture, family heirlooms, photographs and decorative items to even better condition than they were in before. Reaching out to a professional restoration service could end up saving you thousands of dollars in replacement costs. If you would like to learn more about the disaster restoration process, call Leaders in Disaster Restoration today at (888) 874-7066. LDR has been helping homeowners in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin restore items that were previously thought lost in a fire since 1991. The knowledgeable specialists at Leaders in Disaster Restoration will be happy to provide you with an honest quote and answer any questions you may have about dealing with the effects of a house fire.

Choosing a Fire Restoration Contractor Janesville and Rockford Residents Can Trust

Posted September 13, 2017 at 10:00 am
A house fire is an incredibly stressful experience, but choosing a fire restoration contractor Rockford homeowners can rely on goes a long way toward making the process easier. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a contractor to manage your home restoration.

Length of Operation

A major factor in determining a fire damage restoration contractor's reliability is how long they have been in operation. While a long service record does not necessarily mean a company is reputable, it does establish a reputation within the community that you can use to determine whether you would like to work with that company. Companies that have been providing fire damage restoration services for years have the experience and knowledge it takes to handle any restoration project.

Customer Testimonials

Customer testimonials are one of the first things you should look at when searching for a fire damage restoration contractor in Rockford or Janesville. Most contractors display these testimonials prominently on their websites and social media pages. You can also ask to speak with former clients to find out more about what the process of working with a given restoration company was like, or to determine if they have worked on similar projects in the past.

Willingness to Answer Questions

A reliable contractor should be willing to answer any questions you have about the restoration process. From a cost estimate to a general timeline, you should feel like you have access to the information to make an informed decision about your home restoration. The right contractor will also make it easy to get in touch with someone at the company when you need to ask questions that may come up later in the process. Due to the intensive nature of restoration after a house fire, services that are available 24/7 are a great option.

Transparency

Transparency is one of the most important qualities to look for in a restoration contractor. Businesses that have built a reputation for honesty and reliable services in their community speak for themselves. If you feel that you are being given the runaround about cost estimates or how much time it will take to complete a project, you should probably search elsewhere. Reputable contractors will never shy away from giving you basic information such as general cost and time estimates once they have been able to properly assess your property and the extent of the fire damage. Leaders in Disaster Restoration has a long history of dependability and quality service in the areas of Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. Since 1991, the company has provided homeowners with the quality restoration services they need to get back to enjoying their homes after a fire. Call today at (888) 874-7066 to receive an honest estimate and to get started on the restoration process as soon as possible.

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