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Can I Handle Mold Cleanup By Myself

March 8, 2016 | Water Damage

Mold can be a pain when it arrives, worst of all, it’s easy to get. Mold can develop in your home and all it takes are three common things? 1.    Moisture: Mold needs moisture to grow, which is why you see it all the time in showers and baths… and, unfortunately, in basements. You can…

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Be Prepared with Sewer & Drain Coverage

December 5, 2014 | Sewer Backup

It is always important to understand the simple fact that no two insurance policies are created equally. One type of policy may provide more than enough funds to recover from a particular type of disaster, while another policy might provide no funds at all. Your insurance policy should also be tailored to your specific situation….

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Prevent Your Washing Machine From Flooding Your House

October 6, 2014 | Water Damage

Water damage can be devastating in the unfortunate event that it does occur. Water is the natural enemy of a wide variety of different things in your home – from wood floors to carpeting to appliances and everything in between. Even a “small” water damage issue can quickly equate to thousands of dollars in costly…

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Prevent Flooding from your Fridge / Freezer Combo Units

September 30, 2014 | Water Damage

When people think about the devastating effects that water damage can have on a home, they usually take a few normal steps to help prevent a small problem from turning into a big one. Everyone knows that frozen pipes during the winter can burst and lead to water damage, for example, and will take steps…

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Prevent Your Dishwasher From Flooding Your House

September 18, 2014 | Water Damage

One of the most common sources of water damage in a home is the dishwasher that you rely on daily in your kitchen. There are a number of important steps that you should be taking to help prevent water damage sustained from these types of appliances. Replace Your Dishwasher As Needed One of the first…

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