EMERGENCY

Tips to Creating a Fire Safety Plan

Post by: Kenzie on Jun 20th 2018

Fire damage is one of the most devastating and deadly accidents that can happen to a home. And experts say that you only have about two minutes to get out of a burning home before it's too late to escape. In the event of one, you want to know that you and your family will be able to get to safety in time. Creating a solid fire safety plan can help you be more prepared if a fire should happen in your home.

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Common Types of Mold Found in the Home

Post by: Kenzie on May 23rd 2018

Mold growth can be a dangerous condition to live with, causing numerous health problems with prolonged exposure. Unfortunately, it is a common side effect from water damage to homes. But there are so many different types of mold, it can be difficult to know exactly what kind is growing in your home and what health effects it has. Here is a guide to some of the most common types of mold that can be found indoors to help mold removal be easier.

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Spring Cleaning Checklist

Post by: Kenzie on Apr 27th 2018

Now that spring here, many of us are embracing the rejuvenating feeling in the air and doing some spring cleaning. Here are some chores you may not have thought to add to your checklist that will make your home much safer this season, brought to you by our disaster restoration professionals.

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The Process of Flood Restoration

Post by: Kenzie on Mar 15th 2018

Flooding is the most common and devastating type of disaster. While some may say the best option is to attempt cleanup by yourself, DIY flood restoration often ends in more damage to your property simply from inexperience and lack of the correct tools. Hiring a professional flood restoration service will ensure they go through the proper steps of flood cleanup.

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Signs of Mold in Your Home

Post by: Susan on Feb 7th 2018

Mold is a common and natural find in the environment. It plays a big part in nature by breaking down dead organic matter as a natural recycling system. Indoor mold, however, should be avoided at all costs. Here are some signs that you may have mold growth inside of your home.
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