Consequences of Slow Leaks

TS Eliot’s poem The Hollow Men famously ends with the lines, “this is the way the world ends, not with a bang, but a whimper.” And while a water damage to your home isn’t the end of the world, it can be devastating and often follows the path of the (more)
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Taking Care of Your Crawl Space

Crawl spaces are areas of a home that are similar to a basement, but usually smaller. They are unfinished areas located below the ground floor of the home and are typically vented to the outside of the home. The two main benefits of a crawl space are cost effectiveness and (more)
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IICRC Certification: Absolutely Vital for Restoration Companies

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is a certification and standard-setting non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. With a board of directors comprised of 15 industry leaders elected by the IICRC shareholders, the IICRC functions in over twenty-five countries to protect the interests of (more)
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Dry Out: The Most Crucial Step in Water Damage Restoration

Simply airing out a room or pointing a fan at the floor will not properly dry out an area that has experienced flooding or water damage. Because of water’s fluid properties, it will seep through porous materials to other structures or behind baseboards and drywalls. When you’ve had a water (more)
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This is a Disaster! Or is it?

Property damage from water, fire, mold, and storms can feel devastating. There’s a reason they’re called disasters, right? But did you know that your disaster can actually give your property value a boost in the long run if you have the right homeowner’s coverage and restoration professional working on the (more)

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Three Categories of Water Damage

When you experience water damage, proper drying isn’t the only reason to call in a professional restoration company. Not all water damages are created equal, and there are different types of water that pose varying risks to your health. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) , the (more)

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After the Fire is Out: Water Damage

When most people think of fire damage, they think of the flames and smoke and odor associated with the fire. One thing that often gets forgotten is the ensuing damage from putting out the flames. Water damage after a fire is incredibly common and should always be properly mitigated. Water Damage (more)

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Aftermath: What to Look for After a Storm

No matter what climate you live in or what time of year it is, storms are inevitable. And, the unfortunate fact is, where there are storms, there is storm damage. Storms can cause a huge variety of damage to a property, both exteriorly and interiorly. Exterior Storm Damage – What to (more)

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Burst Pipes

Something is hiding in our homes that we use every day, but rarely give a second thought. That is, we don't think about it until it causes problems – our plumbing. The average household needs approximately 100-120 gallons of water per person per day and has a flow rate of (more)

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Restore Your Property Today – Not "When This Is Over"

You are doing the right thing. You are staying Safer At Home. But then the unexpected happens. Your pipe bursts and causes a flood. Your attempts at yet another home-cooked meal results in a small kitchen fire. Whatever your emergency or situation, please know that we are still here for you. (more)

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Preparing for the Pandemic

As our nation is preparing for a potential epidemic of a new novel coronavirus, business owners and managers may be wondering: where do we go from here? We understand the level of uncertainty felt surrounding coronaviruses, and the health and safety of our community is our top priority. Like most (more)

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