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Picking up the Pieces

My husband and I enjoy dining at our favorite restaurants on Friday nights. Unfortunately, my spouse and I weren’t able to visit one of our favorite eateries last Friday evening. Early in the afternoon last Friday, the weather around our home became threatening. Dangerous lightening pierced the skies. Rain fell at staggering rates. For over an hour, we experienced some frightening weather. After the storm passed, we ventured outside to survey the damage. One of my husband’s beloved pine trees split into two pieces during the storm. We were devastated. If you’ve recently suffered storm damage at your home, consider consulting with a damage contractor. On this blog, you will discover the most common services damage contractors provide.

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What To Do When You Find A Flood

When your home sustains water damage it can be challenging to know where to start or what to do first. Thankfully, hiring a water damage repair company can give you the direction you may be seeking. Water damage cleanup is not as easy as just vacuuming up water or laying down towels. While those options may work for very small floods, what would you do if your home had several feet of water in the basement? Read More 

The Importance Of Waterproofing Your Crawl Space

The crawl space below your home can lead to problems when there is water or moisture in the space. If you don't waterproof your crawl space, you can end up with high moisture levels in your home. A wet crawl space is conducive to bacterial growth, mold, and mildew. If the space is not contained, you can have small animals making the place a home. When you want to avoid unhealthy mold, mildew, and bacteria from coming into your home, it's time to take a look at your crawl space. Read More 

4 Household Wiring Repair Tips To Keep Your Home Safe From After An Electrical Fire

The outdated electrical wiring in your home may be a hazard. Electrical repairs and improvements will help to reduce the dangers in your home. Some of the improvements that may need to be done include replacing wiring that is different or expanding the electrical service. You may also want to consider installing ground fault outlets to protect against electrical shock and fire hazards. Here are some electrical repair tips to help make your outdated wiring safer after an electrical fire: Read More 

4 Things You Need To Do Once You Discover Your Basement Has Flooded

If you came home and discovered that your basement had flooded, it is important that you work fast so that you are able to minimize the damage from the flooding. Flooding can ruin the materials in your basement and can lead to a mold infestation if you don't take care of it promptly. 1. Call for assistance The first thing that you need to do is call for assistance. Look for a flood damage restoration team or storm damage restoration team in your area. Read More 

What You Can Expect During a Water Disaster Clean-Up in Your Home

Water damage and flooding can cause some of the most widespread damage to your home's interior, as water can quickly spread through your home's surfaces. It is important to clean up and remedy damage left behind after water disasters. Here are some tips to help you master the clean-up process by knowing what types of damage you may be able to handle yourself and when you should hire a water damage restoration service. Read More