Water damage always looks Ugly! But with the right approach it can be easily replaced and in most cases restored with Ease!
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In this video we open up a disaster DIY project and show you everything you need to know to restore the structure back to usable condition. Dealing with mold and water damage on a small scale is as easy as painting, and with a little patience you can continue to build right where you found the mess. Cheers!
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