Mold Myths Exposed

Post by: Kenzie on Aug 18th 2019

Mold damage is a frustrating and–unfortunately–common household issues, but it’s also a subject that many homeowners don’t know much about. Misconceptions are easy to believe if you haven’t experienced the issue yourself. Here are some common mold myths exposed, brought to you by our mold remediation experts.

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The Difference Between Gray Water and Black Water

Post by: Kenzie on Jul 21st 2019

Both gray water and black water are types of wastewater, but if you’re not well versed in their discrepancies you may be wondering what makes one worse than the other, and what can happen if you come into contact with them. While you may not need to know in your day-to-day activities, it’s vital knowledge if your home is flooded with either one. Here are some of the biggest distinctions between clean water, gray water, and black water, brought to you by our water damage experts.

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Summer Sewer Problems

Post by: Kenzie on Jun 15th 2019

Summer is a time for long, stress-free days spent basking in the sunshine, but there are some unpleasant bumps in the road that can threaten to put a damper on the fun; one of the worst of which is sewage-related issues. The warmer months are often the most miserable time to experience sewer difficulties, but it’s also a common period for them to develop. Being aware of the signs of oncoming sewage trouble may help you save time and money when it comes to repairs or, hopefully, prevention. Here are a few of the most common summer sewer problems that could lead to further damage, brought to you by our sewage cleanup experts.

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How to Prepare Your Home for a Wildfire

Post by: Kenzie on May 10th 2019

Wildfire season is approaching closer every day, and though you and your family have likely already made a fire safety plan for a safe evacuation, the protection of your family isn’t the only thing you can prepare for. Wildfires can and have done immense destruction to homes across the U.S., but the loss of a home is not always the only outcome of an oncoming blaze. Homes have been known to survive wildfires. And in each case, it’s almost always been because their owners have taken precautionary steps to better defend their homes and property before the threat of a wildfire even came. Here are some ways you can prepare your home to survive a wildfire, brought to you by our fire damage experts.

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Earthquake Preparedness

Post by: Kenzie on Apr 23rd 2019

Earthquakes can occur anytime, anywhere, and they have the potential to cause devastating damage. Knowing what to do if you find yourself caught in one is critical for ensuring your safety and survival. Here are some preparedness tips for before, during, and after an earthquake, brought to you by our disaster restoration experts.

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