While as a homeowner, we all hope never to experience a property loss, property losses do happen and a little preparation now can save you lots of headaches, time, and dollars later in the event your home does incur property damage.
When the sewer or your septic tank backs up into your home or office, it is definitely not a pretty site or smell and, unless only in a very small area, cleanup of this mess should not be a DIY project as this is contaminated water which can be a major health hazard!
Many homeowners mistakenly think that all water damage is the same and is covered by your homeowner's insurance policy. Ground water is water that enters into your home from a source outside your home, such as from general flooding or a sewer backup.
Cobb County homeowners who are 62 or older as of January 1st of the current year may file for the School Tax Exemption (Cobb County Age 62 Tax Exemption) by completing and submitting the exemption form on or before April 1st of that year.
A common question after water damage in a home is whether the hardwood floors can be saved and the answer depends on several factors. The first consideration is how much water went on your floors and how long was the flooring exposed to the water? The second factor is what kind of "hardwood" floor do you have or is it actually a laminate floor that looks like hardwood?