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Wildfire Recovery In California

Wildfire Recovery in CA

Wildfires are always a threat in California, both in the southern and northern parts of the state, but 2017 was a particularly brutal year on the wildfire front. More than 9,000 separate fires burned over 1.3 million acres of land, according to California’s Department Forestry and Fire Protection. Of course, the 2017 California wildfires led…

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What Causes Floods? Top 8 Common Causes of Flooding

Flooded yard

Flooding is experienced all over the globe and for a variety of reasons — but why exactly does flooding occur? There are several human causes of flooding, including poorly designed infrastructure. There are also natural reasons flooding happens. Here are eight of the most common causes of flooding, both natural and human-induced. And the consequences…

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Tips and Tools of the Trade: A Detailed Look at Attic and Crawl Space Restoration After Fire or Water Damage

Attic & Crawlspace Restoration

The professionals who restore normalcy to their clients’ homes and businesses after a fire or flood have to know the best way to respond in each situation. One person may have had an electrical fire sweep through the attic while another may have a flood gurgling up from their dirt- or cement-floor basement. Attics and…

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Protecting Floors from Salt in the Winter

Mop on wood floor

As the winter months approach, salt use significantly increases. As reported by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), highway de-icing accounts for 43 percent of total manufactured salt. By comparison, food processing only accounts for four percent. While the Salt Institute maintains that road salt reduces crashes by 88 percent and injuries by 85 percent, the…

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Fire Damage Restoration: Choosing a Sealer

The devastation of a fire can wreak havoc on a building and significant work will be required to restore it. Fire damage restoration works to reverse the destruction of a fire and return structures to their former states — and implementing coatings to walls and surfaces is a crucial part of that process. Smoke damage…

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Mold and Bacteria Growth in Wet Carpet

Carpet fibers up close

Wet carpets can definitely be smelly and unattractive, but did you know they can actually provide the perfect home for mold and bacteria growth as well? Wet carpet can be incredibly damaging to the health of those who live or work in the affected space, especially when mold or bacteria is left untreated over time….

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How Do LGR Dehumidifiers Work?

Wet Surface

When dealing with water damage, you need the right tools and equipment to provide quality restoration services. One of the essential tools is a dehumidifier — or several dehumidifiers. How do LGR dehumidifiers work, though — and how to do you know when you’ve found an LGR dehumidifier worth the investment? Here’s a look at…

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How Snowmelt Causes Flooding

If you’re a homeowner or business owner with a basement on your property, you know how important it is to prevent water damage from flooding. Nothing can be more devastating than inches or feet of water covering your floor and threatening the structural integrity of your home or property, and water removal isn’t something you…

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Infrastructure Damage After Hurricanes and Major Storms

Roads underwater - Infrastructure damage

Hurricanes and other major storms can devastate cities and entire regions. Residents are often forced from their homes, property is damaged beyond repair — and storms affect infrastructure, too. Think about a storm surge that sweeps over land. It obviously makes an impact on roadways, but it also permeates the many systems that keep our…

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Winter Health Tips for Pets

Puppy - Winter Pet Tips

We take particular precautions when the weather turns cold and the days grow short. We wear coats and boots, and we take gloves and additional layers with us if we think the weather will become even colder. And we do the same for our children when they head off for school. After all, no one…

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