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Learn three important facts about smoke damage

Date: September 10,2020

Booth: 107

Smoke damage can seriously harm your health and can cause trouble to your house, now and in the future. To prove this, we have compiled a list of three important facts about smoke damage and how to protect your house after a fire. Smoke injuries may make you uncomfortable Problems with the respiratory system A fire in a house causes heavy smoke, smoke, and soot because there are too much furniture, carpets, curtains, clothing, and other household items that are arranged as furniture. After the fire is extinguished, this smoke and dust will stay in the house for a long time and may cause serious health problems. If you want to make sure that you and your loved ones can return home safely, you absolutely must seek the help of professional fire repair services. Smoke damage causes discoloration If you want your house to maintain a good appearance even after it catches fire, you can't just ignore the effects of smoke damage. After a few days, dust and soot will cause permanent discoloration of walls and ceilings. In addition, the ashes may cause any metal in the house to begin to corrode, resulting in discoloration and loss of structural integrity. To prevent this from happening in your house, be sure to hire a fire repair company as soon as possible. The sooner the service can start working on your home, the more likely it is to prevent permanent damage. Smoke smell Imagine how strong the smell of a house fire is and how long it lasts! Due to the intensity of this type of fire, the smell of smoke will remain inside the house for several years if it is not resolved immediately. This not only makes you and your family unhappy but also reduces the overall value of the house. Once again, it is absolutely important that after a fire occurs, please immediately seek professional help to remove and remove the smoke damage in the house. Don't let the smoke and dust damage your house or life. If you or a loved one has been involved in a house fire recently, AlorAir can help you. Give us a call.

How to avoid the double blow of flu and Covid-19?

Date: September 17,2020

Booth: 107

Dr. Leonard Mermel, medical director of the Epidemiology and Infection Control Department of Rhode Island Hospital, said: "The symptoms of influenza are very similar to Covid-19, so it is difficult to distinguish the two." The CDC says that both flu and Covid-19 can cause you to have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, sore throat, body aches, and runny or stuffy nose. What should be done Wear a mask to keep your body away. Health officials emphasized the importance of wearing masks and keeping distance if you want to control Covid-19 and get the economy back on track. In the coming flu season, this preventive measure can "double protect us from these two viruses." In the southern hemisphere, where the winter and flu season have just ended, some countries have reported surprisingly low flu numbers due to people wearing masks and social distancing. For example, in Australia, laboratory-confirmed influenza cases plummeted from 61,000 in August 2019 to 107 in August this year. But in the United States, some people are getting lax about wearing masks and social distancing. Dr. Jeanne Marazzo, head of the Department of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said this is a big problem. She said there could be a “perfect storm to accelerate Covid-19 activities as more and more people-especially internally-wear masks, social distancing, and hand hygiene continue to wear out, and exposure to seasonal flu. " Get the flu vaccine. Since the Covid-19 vaccine is not yet publicly available, the flu vaccine is the only way you can help yourself to get both viruses at the same time. The president of the American Medical Association and immunologist Dr. Susan Bailey said that flu shots can also help more people, not just yourself. Bailey said: "Since hospitals and doctors' offices will be very busy caring for Covid-19 patients, the flu vaccine can help reduce the burden on the health care system and ensure that those who need medical treatment can get it."

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