Improving Your Home

Protective Equipment For Dustless Sandblasting

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Sandblasting is an excellent way to prepare metal for paint or other work since it removes rust, oil, old paint, and other debris. The blasting process is usually quite messy, with fine particles creating clouds of dust. Sometimes this dust contains dangerous materials, like lead or asbestos. It also contains silica, which can lead to serious medical conditions, including silicosis, lung cancer, and kidney disease. Dustless sandblasting uses special equipment that can accommodate the abrasive material and water.…

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Why Damage Restoration Is Vital After a Fire

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Having a fire at your home is definitely no laughing matter. It’s a traumatic situation that can be very difficult to deal with, even if it wasn’t an excessively huge flame-up. If you were able to successfully put the fire out, it would seem that all is well. However, even after the flames have been quenched there’s still more work to do. You need to make sure that your home is habitable.…

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Rescuing Your Wardrobe And Fabric Items From A Fire: Why It Doesn't All Have To Go To The Dump

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Going through a fire is hard enough. Sorting through the aftermath to see what you can salvage is even harder. If the fire occurred late at night (as most fires do), you probably escaped with just the pajamas on your back and not much else. Sorting through what is left of your home results in uncovering lots of clothes. With any luck, you can rescue some of it. Here is why it does not all have to go to the dump.…

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