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  • Mar 10
    2022

    What Are the Different Types of Smoke Damage?

    Terms: Restoration

    Like basement water damage, it can take some time to deal with the remnants of a fire. One thing you’ll need to deal with after such a devastating event is smoke damage. The combination of smoke and soot can be detrimental to different items in your home and your indoor air…

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  • Nov 23
    2021

    Water in Crawl Spaces: What Are Its Consequences?

    Terms: Restoration

    It’s a common misconception that moisture is normal in below-grade spaces under your homes, like crawl spaces. However, excessive moisture in this part of your house comes with serious repercussions. What you want to have is a crawl space that stays dry no matter the season or weather. 

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  • Nov 11
    2021

    What Are the Different Types of Mold Found in Homes?

    Terms: Restoration

    Moist and dark environments usually encourage mold growth, especially in temperatures between 60 to 80 Fahrenheit. When you see it in your home, make sure to contact a mold restoration specialist immediately. Identifying and eliminating mold as soon as possible can help your family avoid infections, respiratory conditions, allergy and asthma attacks,…

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  • Nov 4
    2021

    What Are the Most Typical Causes of Commercial Building Fires?

    Terms: Restoration

    Aside from basement water damage, fire is among the last things you want to happen in your building. It can be extremely damaging to your business and dangerous to the occupants. Fortunately, there are various things you can do to minimize the risk of this dreadful situation.  

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  • Oct 7
    2021

    3 Ways Water Quickly Damages Your Home

    Terms: Restoration

    Water is our most important natural resource, but it is also your home’s worst enemy. From ugly streaks running down the side of your house to basement water damage due to a sudden flood. Damage that is caused by water can wreak havoc on your property faster than you might think. This…

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