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Safety Measures to be taken while considering Water Damage Recovery

If you have ever witnessed floods before, or are well-informed about the condition, you will know that the real work begins when the time comes to recover your house from all the water damage. When the water is continuously entering your premises, there’s less you can do about it except deploying measures to stop excess water from collecting inside the home and moving your personal property out of harm’s way.

When the…

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Added by Karin Glassner on September 27, 2017 at 3:24am — No Comments

Why DIY Isn't a Good Option for Fire Damage Cleanup?

The plethora of information available on the internet boosts up the poise of individuals over trying complicated things by self. This is applicable for any task that can be substituted instead of taking professional help. And people are increasingly adopting it for house maintenance services even if it involves dealing with fire damage cleanup.

 

But the risk involved is totally ignored. Fire Damage Cleanup is…

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Added by Karin Glassner on September 13, 2017 at 3:31am — No Comments

Fire Damage Restoration: Four Crucial Steps Followed by Professionals

You might have come across the word “fire damage restoration”. It is a process through which professionals reverse the damage caused by fire in your home so that you can get back to your normal ways of living. The companies that offer fire damage restoration services also provide several other services including water damage restoration,…

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Added by Karin Glassner on August 18, 2017 at 2:56am — No Comments

Different Ways in Which Restoration Companies Can Help

The word “restoration service” is often associated with the words “damage” or “destruction”. However, it is not necessary that you need a restoration service only during the incidents of fire, flood or major storms. A water or flood restoration company can help with many other instances and small situations which can stop the further damage.

So what are the situations…

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Added by Karin Glassner on August 4, 2017 at 2:20am — No Comments

Steps to Prevent Mold Growth in Your Vacation Home

As summer approaches, you start heading towards your vacation home to unwind and make the most of your weekends. You probably have plans to visit a beach nearby and enjoy sunbathing. But as you enter your vacation home, you smell the dampness in the air and observe mold growth on the walls. This breaks your heart with disgust and you probably take up cleaning tasks instead of enjoying your summertime.

Such things are likely to happen particularly when any place…

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Added by Karin Glassner on July 17, 2017 at 2:29am — No Comments

What All Can You Do to Help Your Neighbors After a House Fire?

With announced emergencies and expected natural disasters, you can probably keep yourself prepared with evacuation plans and emergency kits. But when it comes to fire accidents, no one is prepared. If anyone in your neighborhood has experienced a fire, you must lend a helping hand in a genuine manner. Sometimes, we are also willing to help but we are reluctant and don’t know what exactly should be done.

If you think that they are struggling too much, you should…

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Added by Karin Glassner on July 10, 2017 at 2:54am — No Comments

Some Frequently Asked Questions on Water Damage Answered

Water Damage is not a pleasant experience for any homeowner. There can be several reasons responsible behind the occurrence of water damage. These include natural disasters, roof leaks, poor drainage systems, septic tank overflows, pipe bursts, foundation leaks etc. Knowing about the causes, consequences as well as the methods to handle water damage can help you to take care of such situations easily. Through this article, we intend to answer some of the commonly asked…

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Added by Karin Glassner on June 12, 2017 at 2:41am — No Comments

5 Rarely Known Factors Responsible for Causing a Home Fire

When there is a fire in the house, it is often assumed that it started from the kitchen. However there are many other places and resources that can be responsible for causing fire. Through this article, we will acquaint you with these unknown stimuli and rarely known fire hazards. Here’s a brief about each one of them:

1.      Laptops

There are times when you work for hours together on…

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Added by Karin Glassner on June 7, 2017 at 3:47am — No Comments

DIY Steps to Keep Water Out of Your Basement

Be it a small crack or a huge one, water always finds its way. And there are several reasons as to why water enters your basement. Flash floods, drainage problems, and appliance failures are some of them. When water accumulates in the basement, it becomes a ground for mold and termites to grow. If you want to avoid this from happening, you can get in touch with one of the…

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Added by Karin Glassner on May 9, 2017 at 2:41am — No Comments

Ways to Extinguish Different Types of Small Fire

Fire, be it a small or huge one, can prove to be dangerous and deadly. According to National Fire Protection Association, there were 1,345,500 fires reported in the United States in the year 2015 and they caused 3,280 civilian deaths. It goes without saying that you must call 911 whenever there is an accidental fire and it puts the lives of you and your loved ones at risk. After the fire has been extinguished, you can also consider hiring…

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Added by Karin Glassner on May 3, 2017 at 3:06am — No Comments

Follow These Steps to Prevent Your Basement from Catching Fire

Basement of the house is used for multiple purposes. It’s a place where you store heaters, coolers and other utility controllers. It is okay to use basement for storage purposes, but you must have a good understanding about the placement of things around it. For eg, If you keep a flammable object near furnace, it will definitely catch fire.



Prevention is better than cure and we all know that. But despite that, basements tend to catch fire when things go wrong with pipes and wires.…

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Added by Karin Glassner on April 6, 2017 at 8:49am — No Comments

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