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Reducing Damage Before It Happens

Hi, my name is Franny, and before a forest fire burnt down my home, I was a pretty normal and boring person. Tragedy, however, has the power to make you learn new things and see where you went wrong. I do not want anyone to suffer the trauma I did after that fire, and as a result, I have created this blog. It focuses on how to prepare your home for damage. Whether you are worried about typhoons, fires or any other type of threat, you will find the tips about damage reduction, property protection and damage contractors you need here.

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4 Tips To Help Prevent Mold Spores From Taking Over After Water Damage Restoration
8 September 2018

Water damage to your home can be frustrating, but

Four Reasons To Have Professionals Clean Up After A Big Flooding Problem
15 May 2018

When you have a major flood that results in a lot

Dry And Clean Surfaces In Your Bathroom After A Burst Pipe
10 November 2017

If a pipe burst inside of your bathroom sink's van

3 Causes Of Summer Water Damage Every Home Owner Should Be Aware Of
7 June 2016

It seems like water damage problems are more commo

Dealing With Water Damage To Hardwood Floors
29 May 2015

If you've got hardwood floors, chances are they ar

4 Tips To Help Prevent Mold Spores From Taking Over After Water Damage Restoration

Water damage to your home can be frustrating, but mold makes it even worse. When doing water damage restoration, you want to make sure that mold spores do not stick around and cause problems later. This means that you must do a good cleaning and make sure that moisture is not left behind. Here are some tips to help prevent mold spores from taking over after completing mold damage repairs: 1. Quick Cleanup to Remove Contamination of Mold Spores Read More 

Four Reasons To Have Professionals Clean Up After A Big Flooding Problem

When you have a major flood that results in a lot of water coming into your home, the first thing you'll need to do is get rid of the water and dry out your home. Some homeowners endeavor to do this themselves, but in the majority of cases, the best choice is to hire a water damage restoration contractor to clean up the water damage for you. Here's why. 1. Flood water can bring dangerous bacteria along with it. Read More 

Dry And Clean Surfaces In Your Bathroom After A Burst Pipe

If a pipe burst inside of your bathroom sink's vanity and you came home after a long work shift to find water puddled on portions of the bathroom's tile flooring and the bottom of the wooden vanity, take measures to turn off the water and dry the surfaces affected to prevent permanent damage. The steps below will instruct you how to effectively dry and clean surfaces: Materials Needed trash bag clothesline detergent heavy duty washing machine utility towels mop disinfectant water bucket space heater wood cleaner sponge pry bar tile adhesive paintbrush grout Dry And Clean Throw Rugs And Towels Read More