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  Statistics will tell us that, every year, 2% of households will experience water damage serious enough to require professional help.   Most people want to avoid filing an insurance claim unless it is absolutely warranted.  Filing a claim can cause your insurance rates to rise and you may even loos coverage in some cases. 

When you think of a biohazard clean up, usually it involves a sewer or septic line that has backed up and pushed black water into your home. However, sewage is not the only biohazard we deal with. We also clean up and sanitize after a trauma or crime has occurred. No one wants to deal

September is National Preparedness Month sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This year’s NPM theme – “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” – focuses on planning for emergencies such as fires, flooding, power outages, and earthquakes. Aside from the natural disasters there are other disasters on a more local nature that we can

Does a a lot of water on your hardwood floors mean that you are going to spend thousands on replacing or repairing them???  Often times, if you react fast enough the floors can be saved.  Can yours? The answer depends on several factors.  The extent and length of time of the water damage and the

Midnight on a Friday in a cellar full of water… Not my preferred way to spend Friday night, but we are a 24- hour, 7 day a week emergency response company. We got the initial call at 11PM on a Friday night and were on site by midnight to resolve a water situation. We will

At some point in time nearly all homeowners will require the help of a damage restoration company. Fires, floods, sever storms happen but more likely are the routine isolated disasters, frozen pipes, busted water heaters. At some point in your life you will experience this and need the help of a damage restoration company. When