Mold has always been a common complaint among San Diego renters, but until this year there was little they could do about potentially hazardous mold in their units. Now, California state law officially considers mold a condition of substandard housing. For the first time, renters can report mold problems to the San Diego city and county governments, which can then demand repairs and fine landlords who don't comply. If you are a Southern California landlord who’s tenants may be dealing with mold we recommend you act to fix the problem as soon as possible.
With the rainy season approaching, it’s time to prepare yourself to prevent any future water damage. The best ways to protect yourself from water damage occurring on your property is active prevention, consistently checking and assessing possible problems. Active water damage prevention is the best way to stop a problem before it occurs and reduce water damage restoration in the future.
With two story homes or apartments or condominiums, sometimes you come home to the shock of a sagging ceiling from a flood upstairs. If it's your own home that caused the flood you don't have to negotiate the repairs with another homeowner or landlord, but you still need to take immediate action with your sagging ceiling. Clean Earth Restorations is a flood and water damage expert and offers San Diego residents water damage repair every day. You will need to call in a professional for help, but there are steps you can take immediately.