Mold growth is common in water damage situations, because such damage provides an ideal environment for mold to grow. Continue reading for help on what you can do about mold after your home floods.
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.
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.
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.
If you are in one of the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey, whether you are at a shelter, returning home, or working to help the victims, you must be aware of the potential health risks and dangers from the flood water.
Floods can occur in virtually any location, and come without warning. Causes of floods range from natural occurrences to manmade circumstances like leaks and overflows. Without proper preparation, the damage to your property can be devastating. Thankfully, there are methods for detecting the potential for a flood before one takes place; giving you ample time to take action and relocate to a safer place.
When flooding occurs, our first concern is the inside of our home — but what about the outside? Next time you suspect a leak, try checking these common flooding areas - watch the video. How to inspect the outside of…