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Friday 15 November 2019

A structural fire is a disaster at any time of the year, but especially during the holidays. Unfortunately, this time of year is prime time for house fires. Between frying turkeys, dried out Christmas trees, and burning candles, there are numerous extra fire risks involved in the holiday season. It’s (more)

Tuesday 15 October 2019

You’ve experienced a fire or water damage in your home. Your house is still standing, everyone is safe, and restoration is underway. Don’t forget about your furry (or scaly or feathery) companions. Do you know what to do with your pets in the event of a loss in your home? Is (more)

Things Your Insurance Agent Didn’t Tell You Most homeowners and renters know they need to have insurance coverage. Unfortunately, most don’t know what their policy covers or doesn’t cover as is usually the case. From drainage issues to mold to who is responsible for the extra utility bills during the loss, (more)

Thursday 15 August 2019

Sump Pump It Up Do you know about your sump pump and its importance in your home? And do you know if you’re covered by your insurance if you run into issues with your sump pump? If you live in a home that is on any foundation other than a slab, you (more)

Monday 15 July 2019

When Appliances Attack The washing machine is leaking! The dishwasher has overflowed! The icemaker is spewing water across the kitchen! Walking into your home or business to see water covering the floor can be a truly horrific experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Knowing what to do, what you can take (more)

What Makes a Good Restoration Company? A good restoration company provides professional restoration services to residential and commercial properties. Services may include repairing or restoring property damage related to fire, smoke, or water. Trusted restoration companies understand it’s a burden to deal with damages when associated costs could be expensive, especially (more)

Every year, severe weather causes costly damages from flooding, hail, and strong winds. Understanding the most common forms of severe weather where you live can help you prepare.

Monday 15 April 2019
Posted by:  7:42 AM CST

Flood Safety at Home There are several hidden dangers that could be overlooked when your home is flooded. First, to prevent further damage: •Get pets and children onto higher ground. •Move valuables up from the basement. •Raise appliances on blocks. Electricity is a major safety factor during a flood. The (more)

Working With Insurance for Recovery If you have a loss at your home or business, many restoration companies will work with your insurance and they will be able to help you determined what your coverage is. However, for your own peace of mind, and in the case of not using a restoration company for (more)