If you take the necessary steps to prevent mold growth and control your home’s humidity levels, you can lessen the chance of a mold problem arising in your home. Learn how...
If there is a stain on your ceiling, there is a good chance that this stain is a water stain caused by a leak. Address the issue that caused the leak and resulted in the stain, or you could end up with a much bigger problem.
To help you enjoy a safer holiday, follow these important Halloween safety tips from the experts at ServiceMaster Restore.
Damage to property due to floods and excess water can interrupt businesses, resulting in the loss of sales and customers. This blog will help you understand what to expect during the water damage restoration process and get back to business fast.
Buying a house with water damage is risky. Yet, you can ensure your investment will be worth it, if you take the right precautions before closing the deal on a water damaged house.
Hurricane and flood season is here. Are you prepared? Check out these infographic and articles with useful information and safety tips.
This guide contains some of the most significant ways natural disasters can impact businesses and tips businesses can follow to protect themselves.
This week marks one year since Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, flooding homes and drowning out entire neighborhoods. The area is still recovering from the extensive damage. Thank you to The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and all organizations and people who supported the restoration efforts. Check out some of our articles with information about Harvey and hurricane preparedness.
Severe weather can take the form of powerful winds, tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms and many other natural events. People are encouraged to become familiar with the various types of weather alerts that refer to conditions that are likely to occur in their vicinity. Common types of weather alerts include the following...
Businesses with a business continuity plan are more likely to jump back on their feet rather than permanently close their doors, as 40 to 60 percent of businesses do following a natural disaster.