Your insurance might cover the cost of repairs, call now to see if you qualify
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Restoration Articles

Chemicals That Kill Bacteria

Bacteria are microscopic organisms that live on every surface and even inside your body. Most of them are harmless or even beneficial to humans – some bacteria can even aid in digestion. However, there are very harmful bacteria as well, which can cause sickness or even death if allowed to multiply. This is why, after…

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How to Fix Water Damaged & Swollen Wood Furniture

As those who have suffered a flood or burst pipe probably know, wooden furniture does not take kindly to water. In fact, a few hours of exposure to water or even rain can cause wood furniture to warp, swell, stain or even rot. However, not all hope is lost, even if your furniture is swollen…

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How to Maximize a Water Damage Claim

Homeowner’s insurance can be a lifesaver, as you probably realized when a pipe burst or leaked and you were left with a water damaged home. However, things are not that simple, and having insurance doesn’t necessarily mean that all your losses will be covered. While most homeowners eventually get their claims paid and their losses…

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How to Get Rid of Carpet Odor From Water Damage

If your carpet has recently been exposed to any sort of water damage, you might find that your home smells musty and mildewy. If so, you should be careful, since that funky smell could be more than just unpleasant, it could be dangerous. While it could just be caused by the dirt and bacteria carried…

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How to Fix Water Damaged Wood Floor

As any seasoned homeowner can attest, water is hardwood floors’ natural enemy. Exposing hardwood to standing water for any significant period of time can result in discoloration, warping, and even mold growth. What makes it even worse is that water damage could be taking place at any moment, just below the surface of the wood,…

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Prevent Mold: Plants that absorb humidity

Reducing air humidity in your home is a great way to make your home more comfortable, save some money, and most importantly, keep your house safe. One way to go about it is getting a dehumidifier; however, these are ugly, noisy, and will increase your electric bill. A cheaper, prettier, and more natural solution is…

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Best Shingles For Hurricanes

Worrying about how your roof will hold up to a storm is a common concern if you live in an area prone to tropical storms or hurricanes. One way to reduce this stress is to have the best shingles that are specifically designed to protect against hurricanes. Beyond having the best shingles for hurricanes on…

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Sump Pump Leaking?

Homes and businesses with basements or crawl spaces should be equipped with a sump pump, which is designed to prevent flooding. Sump pumps are normally mounted below ground in a sump pump pit. They should be put in the lowest part of the crawl space or basement so any water that does get in the…

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Disinfecting Buildings for Coronavirus

Washing our hands, wearing a mask, and disinfecting our things are three of the most important ways that all people can slow the spread of the Coronavirus. Business owners should always disinfect their buildings, storefronts, and warehouses at the end of each day. This simple action will greatly reduce the chances of the virus existing…

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