During these cold months, we’re always on the lookout for ways to keep ourselves warm. One of the most common methods is using a personal space heater, due to the comfort provided as well as its portability and ease of use.
During the winter, most homeowners wouldn’t expect water damage to their home. After all, how can water leak into your home when it’s so cold outside, shouldn’t it stay as snow or be frozen?
The aspergillus family of mold is one of the most common types of mold found in homes around the world. From harmful mycotoxins to allergic reactions, aspergillus is a type of mold you need to be on the lookout for.
With the end of the year fast approaching, many are already starting to think about their plans for the new year. If you’ve been eying a home renovation but are unsure of what you want, check out these ideas for some inspiration.
Our water damage mitigation experts at Aloha Restoration have put together this quick guide on the different types of water damage and how to properly respond to them.
Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for fire departments, with over double the average number of residential fires. Because of this, we put together this quick fire safety guide to help keep your Thanksgiving feast accident free.
Many homeowners have heard horror stories about the dreaded “Black Mold”. However, new homeowners might not be aware of the dangers it presents, as well as how to treat it.
Many homeowners are unaware of the damage that water can do in the winter, but Aloha is here to help.
As the weather gets colder causing us to spend more and more time inside, consider checking these often forgotten places for mold.
Sump pumps are a critical home fixture that often gets overlooked. Many new homebuyers may not even know to check for one before they buy. However, not having a sump pump while your basement is flooding will leave you swamped