13
Jan

How Water Damage Can Affect the Air Quality in Your Home?

Water—we cannot live without it. But sometimes, too much of it is dangerous.  Floods and leaks do a lot more damage to your home than you might think. While water damages your home’s structure and components, it can also leave a lingering effect on your air quality. Stagnant water and slow leaks can cause mold, mildew, and airborne toxins to

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11
Jan

Most Common Water Damage Restoration Mistakes to Avoid

When your property suffers a loss due to water damage, it can be easy to lose sight of everything and panic. Your first thought might be about how much it’ll cost to repair or restore your property. You may think about how long it could take to recover. This could lead you to make mistakes when filing an insurance claim

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10
Jan

Benefits of Hiring a Professional Carpet Cleaning Company

They say cleanliness is next to godliness. If that’s true, it’s time to take a long, hard look at your carpet. Whether at home or in the office, a clean carpet lets guests know that you care about the little things (although most carpets aren’t all that little).  Of course, your first thought may be to do it yourself. If

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16
Dec

6 Ways to Prevent Water Damage During Christmas Vacation

The holidays are a great time to travel and reunite with distant loved ones or take that much-needed relaxing vacation. And the last thing you want to be doing on your holiday retreat is worrying about water damage. After all, going on vacation over the holidays should alleviate your stress–not add to it. Here are a few go-to tips for

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13
Dec

4 Things To Do After a Flood in Florida

Flooding is terrifying, and both the immediate and long-lasting effects can be stressful to navigate. Within the first 24 hours, it’s crucial to know what to do and how to best respond to prevent further damage to your home. Luckily, there are a few key action steps you can take immediately after a flood to minimize damage and get back

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13
Dec

How to Avoid Frozen Pipes and Burst Pipes in Florida

For most of the year, Florida residents enjoy beautiful weather. But occasionally, temperatures can drop to near or below freezing, setting up the perfect scenario for frozen or burst pipes. Water can freeze at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, although it would take several hours. If you know temperatures are going to drop that low, you shouldn’t wait to act. There are

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17
Aug

Water Mitigation Vs. Water Damage Restoration

Your home is supposed to be your safe haven. So when water seeps into places where it doesn’t belong, your safe haven becomes a soggy nightmare. The good news? Water damage specialists are trained to mitigate and revive your home or business.  We know what you’re thinking: aren’t mitigation and restoration the same thing? The answer is no. While plenty

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12
Aug

How To Clean Fire & Smoke Damage Soot From Walls?

When hearing the words fire damage, most people think about charred wood or ash. But there’s more to it than that. Soot and smoke damage also fall into this category.  We know what you’re thinking: why should I care about the different types of damage? You should care because not all fire damage is permanent or requires reconstruction. A lot

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11
Aug

A Fire Damaged My House in Tampa Bay? What Should I Do Next?

There you are going on with life when your home catches fire in Tampa Bay. After your loved ones and pets have been safely evacuated and the smoke clears, you see the extent of the damage and start to panic. Not only is there substantial fire and smoke damage, but there’s water damage too! If you’re unsure what to do

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10
Aug

Can Carpet Padding Be Dried After Water Damage?

If you’re not sure if carpet padding can be dried after water damage, you’ve come to the right place. The truth is, it depends on two factors: the amount of water and how long the pad has been wet. When water is involved, time is always of the essence. Besides being extremely heavy, carpet padding is very hard to dry.

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