Don’t wait to take care of your home’s smoke and soot damage. Continue reading to learn more about smoke damage and soot damage and for tips on how to address the damage those corrosive byproducts can cause your home.
Mold growth is common after water damage, because such damage provides an ideal environment for mold to grow. If you act quickly enough, then you can prevent mold or remove mold before it spreads further and creates an even larger disaster. Continue reading for help on what you can do about mold after a flood.
The best way to protect your home or business from the effects of flooding is to be prepared and know what to do before, during, and after a flood occurs. The following tips will help you prepare for and react to a flood so you can protect your property and keep yourself and your family safe.
As soon as water damage strikes, it is critical to address the excess moisture quickly. A qualified water damage restoration company is prepared to speedily halt the spread of damage. Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about residential water damage restoration.
Different types of contaminated water pose different risks. Each category of water damage must be dealt with according to its specific safety and restoration requirements. This professional guide will provide you with all the information you need about the effects of contaminated water, the categories of water damage, and the steps you can take to keep your home and family protected in the aftermath of a flood.
Hurricane categories don’t predict all related hazards, such as storm surge, rainfall-induced floods, and tornadoes, but they provide a good indication of how the hurricane might affect the local area and help people and disaster organizations gauge the safety measures that must be taken to prepare for the approaching storm. To be able to understand the risks and prepare, you need to know exactly what the different categories mean.
You may have heard about the Houston house fire of Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut Ronald McNair’s widow on the news or Inside Edition. Her name is Cheryl McNair, and she was kind enough to share her story with us. She was so impressed with the rapid response of our ServiceMaster staff.
Refer to the following information and use it as a guide to help you through the restoration process of your business after experiencing hurricane damage.