Keep some safety tips on hand to ensure you and your family stays safe and healthy this fall season – Halloween safety, flue prevention, school safety.
Dealing with the aftermath of a fire is a stressful and overwhelming process. To help you in such a difficult time and hopefully provide comfort in the knowledge that the problems can be solved, we’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about fire damage restoration – and their answers.
Hoarding, cluttering and collecting differ markedly. Each of these three descriptors affects the homeowner in very specific ways. Let’s take a look at the differences between the three scenarios.
Businesses have the responsibility to ensure their property is prepared for wildfire season. As with any natural disaster, business owners should develop a disaster recovery plan that outlines the necessary steps to keep the business afloat under dire circumstances.
Anything from a heavy rainfall to a broken pipe can cause water damage. Here is a list of the most common causes of water damage and how to limit their effects on your property.
Did you know that there are at least five different types of fires? Fires are classed into certain categories and are based on the fire’s fuel source. Keep your home or business safe by keeping on hand the right types of equipment that are designed to put out specific types of fires.
Hurricanes are a known natural danger. The ways to prepare for a hurricane are plentiful. The first step is to be aware of when hurricane season starts and how severe hurricane scientists anticipate these major storms to be. The following tips and videos can help you stay informed and be prepared when hurricane starts.
A flash flood is more than a quick nuisance; it can be a powerful wall of water that can damage bridges, sweep away cars, rip out trees, and cause widespread damage. That’s why it’s important to prepare for a flash flood before it happens and know what to do when it does.
Smoke and soot not only serve as reminders of the fire until they’re removed, but they continue to damage structural elements and everything inside. You may be tempted to try to clean the fire aftermath yourself, but there’s more to smoke and soot removal than going in with rags and a bucket and mop.
Dealing with hoarding disorder is difficult on so many levels. Managing the individual can be emotionally draining, especially if they don’t agree that there’s a problem. Knowing where to start cleaning in a home that’s packed with clutter is overwhelming. These steps will help you take control of the situation, sort through items in a hoarder’s home, and clean and sanitize it so it’s safe to live in again.