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3 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Home from Storm Damage

Our team here at Warren Restoration knows from experience just how bad storm damage can get, and just how much it can devastate the families that have to experience it. If your home has been damaged in a natural disaster, you can turn to our team to get the expert restoration services you need. Of course, even the top-notch restoration services we provide can’t erase the difficulty of the experience, so in this article, we’ll go over three things you can do to protect your home from storm damage in the first place.

  • Keep Up with Home Maintenance- In our experience here at Warren Restoration, a great deal of storm damage can be prevented with some regular upkeep. Missing shingles, for instance, create a gap for wind to get under the surrounding shingles, and thus increase the likelihood of damage. Replacing missing shingles promptly will eliminate those gaps and keep your home much safer. The same principle applies to damaged siding, so make sure to get that repaired too.
  • Trim Your Trees- Another step you can take to prevent storm damage to your home is to care for the trees on your property. Dead or weakened tree limbs can easily break in a storm and do significant damage to whatever they land on, so it’s best to have your trees inspected regularly and have any dead branches removed.
  • Clear Your Yard- A third thing you can do to protect your home from storm damage is to secure any items that are out in your yard before the storm hits. When storm winds blow in, they can pick up the furniture, tools, potted plants, etc. in your yard and hurl them with great force. We at Warren Restoration recommend moving these items indoors until the storm has passed.

You would be surprised at how the many pollutants found in your home can be the root of your allergic reaction. It isn’t just outdoor irritants, such as pollen, that can cause allergies. Your home often contains a concentrated amount of particles that can cause an allergic reaction to occur.

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Strong Roof Ventilation Practices

Roof Ventilation and Keeping Frustrating Damage at Bay

Installing a roofing system correctly is imperative. Failure to do so can lead to a lot of major problems. If you’re going to be installing a roof any time soon, then you need to take strong ventilation practices into consideration. Inadequate roof ventilation can wreak havoc onto systems in many diverse ways. If you want to steer clear of all kinds of issues, then you need to go the extra mile to see to it that your roofing system’s ventilation approach makes total sense. It’s imperative to grasp that ventilation issues can trigger all sorts of issues that can be a hassle to manage.

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Don’t Ignore the Minor Issues

Never Ignore Minor Home Problems

Homeownership is one of the best feelings ever, but there is a lot of responsibility when it comes to owning a house. Maintenance applies to more than just appliances. When these problems aren’t addressed in a timely manner, more significant issues can occur, including repair bills ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Warren Restoration has some tips on how to catch these issues early so they can be quickly taken care of.

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The Life Expectancy of Home Appliances

It’s not uncommon for homeowners to forget how long they have had their appliances

Like most things, appliances have a life expectancy. After a certain amount of time it’s a good idea to replace them before they have a malfunction and cause serious damage. Although, people tend to replace appliances long before they become worn out due to changes in styles and updated technology. Life expectancy also depends on a great deal the use it receives. Here is a list of things we use; things we need; things we can’t live without in our everyday lives and just how long their life span is.

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