Mold is a concern for most homeowners, and even renters. It is especially prevalent in hot, humid areas (like San Diego in the summer time). Most of the mold you deal will is easily visible, but some mold keeps away from your sights. Sometimes your house/building can develop a musty and stale odor that you cannot find the source of. There's a good chance that this odor is from mold that is hiding from you.
When a flood occurs within a property one of the biggest factors in the long term damage is the type of flooring. Some types of flooring are significantly more resilient than others. A tiled floor in a home in El Cajon is going to react much differently to water than a carpeted floor in an apartment in Mission Valley. In this article, we here at Clean Earth Restorations want to talk about how each type of flooring may react to flooding.
You've had a flood or sewage spill and it has affected your wood floors. You hope you won't lose them. Should you replace or can you keep flooded wood floors? Clean Earth Restorations (we take care of all kinds of flood restoration in San Diego) gives you an overview.
Recently we posted an overview of pros and cons of kitchen flooring in our blog post Kitchen Floors 101. Here we present a few more choices for your kitchen remodeling project - the San Diego homeowner's most exciting home renovation project par excellence. Clean Earth Restorations is proud to offer quality general contracting services to our San Diego customers and we are always eager and available to answer questions about your kitchen remodeling projects.
Kitchen remodeling is the most exciting project a homeowner can undertake, especially in San Diego where the weather provides us plenty of opportunity to mingle indoor and outdoor fare. For your indoor kitchen renovation there are a lot of functional and esthetic concerns to consider when choosing the best kitchen flooring. Clean Earth Restorations presents a few of the more popular flooring choices along with their pro's and con's.