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Recovery from SuperStorm Sandy :: A Quick Fix May Not Be the Right Fix

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As a Marylander, I know that many are knee deep in storm clean up. And as I review information, I figure the single best piece of information I can share is this . . .
Above all, the most important thing you can do, as you make repairs ... right now ... is to NOT loose your head. A quick (panicked) fix may by no means be the right fix.
For example, you may now be cleaning up mold, but remember - the best way to clean up mold is to prevent it from the beginning ... to build (or re-build) for it.
And that's it.
Maybe you'll find other helpful tips here (idk):
* Working with an HVAC Contractor in an Emergency Situation: http://www.buildingmoxie.com/2008/12/working-with-an-hvac-contractor-in-an-emergency-situation/
* DIY Driveway Repair
http://www.buildingmoxie.com/2012/05/do-it-yourself-driveway-maintenance/
* How to Clean Your Gutters:
http://www.buildingmoxie.com/2012/09/cleaning-gutters/
All my best, build smart, and here's to a safe and speedy recovery. ~jb

To see more: http://www.buildingmoxie.com/2012/10/mold-prevention-tips/

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY

    Thank you so much for this post jb. :)

  • Building Moxie
    Building Moxie Baltimore, MD

    thanks Miriam ... I know it isn't much comparatively... nice weekend.

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY

    Nonsense! :) You too.

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