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If your tapes have been in a flood, here are a few things you should know about their condition.
After removing the water and wet building materials from a flooded structure, the next crucial step is to clean and sanitize the building as needed and to thoroughly dry both living and storage spaces.
To gain access to a flooded basement site buzzing with clean up activity, I tagged along with the local Flatirons chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
After you can gain safe re-entry to a salvageable building damaged in a flood disaster, the first step is to evacuate the water and remove the soggy debris.
Pictures and videos of Boulder Creek raging through dowtown Boulder CO on the first day of the September 2013 flood
Boulder and 16 other counties in Colorado are still reeling from the disastrous floods that tore through the state during the last week.
High-efficiency brushless motors and better batteries push the capacity of these full-size tools further than ever
The best models have good runtime and cut dense material without slowing down
We pushed 18 recip-saw blades to their limits to determine their ability to cut quickly and resist wear.
Does the mere thought of your next stair job — all that tightening and loosening by hand of dozens of large clamps — have your carpal tunnel syndrome acting up?
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