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How Property Managers Ace Water Damage Disasters

The Winning Card of Property Management in a Water Damage Savvy property managers know that a water damage restoration project can be a nightmare. Displaced tenants and loss of revenue are of paramount concern, but improper water damage cleaning has further reaching implications such as permanent structural damage and microbial growth that will haunt the property … Continued

What should I do in the event of water or flood damage?

Water and flood damage arises from fire damage, broken pipes, blocked drains, malfunctioning appliances, storms, and other causes. The appropriate treatment depends on the nature of the damage. Some water carries contaminate and should be considered hazardous. Whatever the origin, the prospects for restoration depend largely on the speed with which your building and personal … Continued

Answered: Your Most Burning Questions About Water Damage Restoration

Unfortunately, you need water damage clean-up.  First, we’re sorry for your property water damage. Moving on, it’s important that you know you’re not alone. Here are some of your Most Burning Questions About Water Damage Restoration. You’re about to go on a journey with a team of experienced restoration technicians. We promise you’ll find compassionate … Continued

Is Your Refrigerator Running?

‘Is your refrigerator running?’  The world’s best known prank phone call may also be one of the best pieces of advice before you leave for vacation. Not necessarily for leaving your refrigerator plugged in, but the water line that feeds your ice maker. Most refrigerators have a poly plastic line that is small, easily damaged, … Continued

How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Home

How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Home Water damage in your home is dramatic, devastating, and destructive. You and your family are abruptly displaced, your life interrupted, and your belongings damaged or destroyed. Preventing or minimizing the risk of water damage in your home is part of responsible homeownership. As water damage restoration professionals, … Continued

What to Look for in a Water Damage Restoration Company

For many people, knowing what to look for in a water damage restoration company is a brand new experience – because water damage from a storm or burst pipe isn’t an everyday occurrence. Making the wrong choice results in wasted time and money from poor response time, lack of resources, and experience to swiftly and … Continued

A Homeowner’s Guide: What’s Covered by Water Damage Insurance?

You’ve Bought a New Home – But Inherited a Water Damage Problem What could be more stressful than buying your first (or a new) home? Discovering undisclosed water damage issues after enduring your first thunderstorm or flood, for starters. If you have recently been the victim of an unfortunate water challenge, there are protections in … Continued

Black Water: Category 3 Water Damage

The most dangerous type of water damage is category 3, or black water. Much more contaminated than category 2, black water is a potentially deadly form of water damage that is made up of far more contaminants and bacteria than category 2. On top of that, water that is contaminated is even more harmful to … Continued

Gray Water: Category 2 Water Damage

Suffering damage due to mildly contaminated, or gray, water is a difficult position to be in as a homeowner. In the event that you’re faced with category 2 water damage, it’s important to understand the effects that this type of water damage can have on your property and health. Here are some important things to … Continued

Classes and Categories of Water Damage

When it comes to water damage and restoration, it’s important to be aware of the classes and categories of water contamination. These two factors dictate how the damage of water is mitigated and how much can be salvaged. Read on for an overview of the classes and categories of it. Classes of Water Damage The … Continued