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February 5, 2018 | Water Mitigation

Water damage issues in your home can really ruin a good day… week… or month. You want to do all you can to avoid any type of flooding because damage can be quite extensive and expensive. One thing you can do to avoid future issues is to ensure your appliances are in good working order…

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Electricity Exposed!

January 26, 2018 | Fire Damage Restoration

Electricity. It’s an amazing force of nature and used by virtually everyone in the world, in some form or other. For most homeowners, and even those working in commercial buildings, the number of appliances that use electricity is mind-boggling. With that comes the issue of safety. After all, if you have a dozen (or more!)…

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How (and Where) Is Your Fire Extinguisher?

January 22, 2018 | Fire Damage Restoration

Protecting family and loved ones from danger that can occur in the home is a top concern and a priority for all. Besides ensuring your home has an adequate number of fire alarms and smoke detectors, that they are placed in appropriate locations, and are in proper working order, there’s another factor involved with protecting…

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Frozen Pipes Burst! – Are You Ready?

January 9, 2018 | Water Mitigation

You know the normal sounds your home makes. The air conditioner kicking on as the dog days of summer begin. The heating system starting up on a cold, winter evening. The creak of a loose floorboard as someone rises early in the morning. What you don’t normally hear — and you do not want to…

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Cold Weather Comfort

December 18, 2017 | Fire Damage Restoration

It’s coming. You can probably feel it right now. That’s right. Winter! Brrr! For some across the country, this means trying to keep warm and snug in the home. Some find comfort from their fireplaces. Others might use electric blankets. And others rely on space heaters, either gas powered or electric, to boost the comfort…

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