Black Mold Signs Pinellas County

Signs of mold can mean you need a mold inspection. If mold is hidden then you will only find out about it by noticing mold signs.

By noticing mold signs you can find mold early. This can save you a lot of money and a lot of trouble, since you can stop mold before it becomes a much bigger problem.

Black Mold Signs Pinellas County Florida

Mold in your home can cause symptoms such as

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Tips on Plumbing Checks Before Home Buying

The ink would have barely dried on your Deed before you find out there is a plumbing nightmare brewing in the home of your dreams.  Buying a new home is fraught with a dozen or more concerns, but they should be paint colors and swatches, not bubbling sewage and rotting main lines.  Do not assume your inspector will catch everything.  Plumbing is a great deceiver when someone is not an expert in the minutia.

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Local Plumbers Clearwater Able Plumbing, Inc

How Professional Plumbers Can Inspect Plumbing Pipes

The right tools in the right hands. That’s the way to get most jobs done properly. You wouldn’t pick up a scalpel and walk into an operating theatre without the proper education and training, and you shouldn’t just pick up a toolbox and go into a plumbing job unprepared, either. Tools are only going to get you so far, after all. Without the extensive background knowledge that true professionals possess, those tools are only going to get you into further trouble.

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Clearwater Kitchen Remodeling Companies

10 Tips to Avoid Getting Burned by Kitchen Remodels

1. Don’t Overspend

Before you start planning, consider the market and decide whether a low-, medium-, or high-end kitchen remodel makes the most sense. Costs can run the gamut from $2,000 for a simple paint-and-hardware upgrade to $50,000 if you’re installing expensive countertops and luxury appliances. Knowing your neighborhood will help keep from overspending – you may not get your investment back installing travertine in your tiny starter – or worse, underspending. Let’s face it, you’ll never see Formica in a high-end home, and in fact, it may become a barrier to your sale.

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Mental stress mounting in Florida after devastating Hurricane Michael

PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Amy Cross has a hard time explaining the stress of living in a city that was splintered by Hurricane Michael. She’s fearful after hearing gunshots at night, and she’s confused because she no longer recognizes the place where she’s spent her entire 45 years.
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Rents Drop Year-Over-Year for the First Time Since 2012

  • Because of a small decline earlier this year, the median rent nationwide is now down 0.2 percent from September 2017 – about $3 a month.
  • Rents last turned down in July 2012, then climbed steadily to peak growth of 6.6 percent in July 2015.
  • After reaching recovery-era peak growth of 8 percent year-over-year growth in March, April and June of this year, home value growth now has slowed for three months in a row. Home values rose 7.6 percent year-over-year in September, to a U.S. median of $220,100.

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