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Surviving the Storm

Regardless of what part of the country you live in, you probably face storm risks periodically. Depending on your locale, your area might frequently be hit with tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, or floods. When a catastrophe strikes, most people want to return their lives back to normal as quickly as possible. An experienced damage contractor will help you accomplish this goal. This professional can access your property damage, complete necessary repairs, and provide you with a safe, comfortable place to live in again. On this blog, you will learn how to survive your storm by hiring a reputable damage contractor.

Act Fast If You Find A Flood Returning Home From A Vacation

So you were out to dinner, gone for the night, or away on vacation, and you came home to a flooded basement. Who do you call first? The first call you need to make is to a water damage restoration company, to see what you can save or protect in the space. The second call needs to be your home insurance provider. You want to find out quickly if you have flood insurance to cover the damages, and to potentially cover the cost of the damage restoration company. Read More 

Outside Culprits That Can Cause Mold In Your Home

Mold can grow anywhere it can find moisture inside your home. For example, if you leave dirty clothes sitting in a basket or in your washer, mold will eventually start to grow on them. Water leaks in your home, such as leaky plumbing, causes mold, as well as high humidity levels. You should also look outside your home, however, because things like faulty gutters, leaks in your roof, and water at your home's foundation that can cause mold to grow in your home. Read More 

Flood Restoration: 5 Tips For Preventing Mold

After a particularly strong storm, you find that your basement is flooded with water. You call a professional flood restoration specialist, but they are busy because of the storm. They cannot come to your house until the next day—or even the day after. While you wait, a danger lurks in your basement: mold. So what can you do while you wait for the professionals to arrive? Get cleaning! Here are five tips to help prevent mold from developing—or spreading—after flooding: Read More