Have you recently moved to an area where a flooded home is a definite possibility? Not simply from a river or a stream but also from a frozen pipe potentially bursting in the middle of winter? Whatever the cause, dealing with a water damage can be challenging. For serious flooding, you should certainly hire a professional company to come out and restore the damaged section. But since they may not be able to start work immediately, especially in the case of widespread flooding, here are some things that you should do while you're waiting:
18 June 2017
As a homeowner, you may want to consider hiring someone to waterproof your basement. To help you understand why this is so important, you will want to take a look at the following benefits that come from this type of work. Increased Energy Efficiency When you have all of the walls in the basement waterproofed, you will find that the entire home will be more energy efficient, especially if you had cracks in the walls.
13 July 2016
There are many reasons why damage contractors would opt to raze your home to the ground. Most of the reasons relate to total restoration expense versus the cost of razing and rebuilding. Here are the reasons why your damage contractor might suggest tearing down your home and rebuilding it instead of restoring affected areas. The Mold Is Lethal and Widespread That little patch of mold you see in your attic may not be so little.
3 June 2015
When you run a janitorial company, you provide the cleaning and maintenance needs of many businesses and homes. Make your company stand out among your competitors by adding a few needed services to your resume. Flood damage and restoration When a business or residence experiences a flood, what they are left with is a pool of water and possible damage to flooring, walls, and furniture. Businesses and homeowners often hire professional water restoration companies or damage contractors to clear the damage for them and make their property useable again.
6 April 2015