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Mold: The Ultimate Hide-And-Seek Contender

If you were playing a game of hide-and-seek, mold would be the ultimate opponent. It can be found almost anywhere, often out of sight. Of course, that musty smell sometimes gives away mold’s location. No one is perfect, after all, but the point is that mold can be tricky to find. You may not even […]

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Is Your Home at Risk for Sewage Damage?

Filled with bacteria and viruses, sewage water can be quite harmful if it seeps into your property. In addition to smelling bad, sewage water can lead to disease making those coming into contact with it quite ill. While leaks and flooding from freshwater sources can cause a great deal of damage, sewage water raises the […]

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5 Ways to Prevent Spring Basement Floods

Hey – we have some good news! Spring is almost here! Okay, you probably didn’t need that reminder from us, but we do understand that with the spring thaw and snow melt, and spring storm season, there are more basement floods in the Great Bend area. While Lamunyon is here to help if you do experience a house flood at some […]

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How to Respond When Frozen Pipes Burst

When Kansas winter temperatures rise and fall, it can be really hard on your home’s water pipes. Sometimes, despite your best efforts in trying to protect your home against the damages that come with frozen pipes, bursts happen. And that’s when you need to respond–and fast. Understanding Frozen Pipes While frozen pipes tend to be more […]

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How Ice Dams Cause Mold Growth

Living in Manhattan and surrounding Kansas areas, we’re used to battling through snowy, icy, cold winters. But just because we’re used to the icy cold, doesn’t make our homes immune to ice dams and the danger they pose to the health of our homes. But first things first. How are ice dams formed? Two reasons ice dams […]

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Water Damage Restoration in Great Bend

We talk about water damage a lot on this blog, but for good reason! According to waterdamagedefense.com, 14,000 people in the U.S. experience water damage at home or work every single day. In addition, nearly all of us will experience some kind of water damage in our basement sometime in our life. Here are some other quick […]

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Sewage Backup: Are you Covered?

Did you know that you’re responsible for the plumbing lines on your property, including the sewage mainlines that run on your property connecting to the municipal sewer lines? That means that if there is deterioration, collapse or obstruction, you are responsible for the maintenance or repair of these lines – and the cleanup that follows. […]

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Governor Proclaims January as Kansas Radon Action Month

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) have proclaimed January “Kansas Radon Action Month” to help educate Kansans about the dangers of radon exposure and encourage actions to identify and address radon problems in the home. Radon is a tasteless, odorless, colorless, naturally occurring radioactive gas found in nearly all soils which comes […]

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The Woes of Frozen Pipes

Frozen pipes can be devastating, and very expensive to repair depending on where the burst is in the line. This can happen to anyone, in any home. Not too many years ago, there was a story that made headlines about an upscale mansion in Detroit that had some pipes freeze and burst on the third […]

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Can Mold Still Grow in the Winter?

Can mold still grow in a McPherson winter? You bet. Mold is rather remarkable in that it can grow just about anywhere, no matter the conditions. Most people associate mold growth with hot, humid climates and summer months. However, you can experience microbial growth in your home year-round, if the conditions are right. Mold Loves Moisture Mold […]

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