As a parent, I can't tell you how many times I have walked in on a disaster. Just a few days ago, my kids were playing together and they decided to flood our master bathroom with a few towels and a boatload of water. Although some messes are cute or funny, others are completely overwhelming and difficult to clean up. Fortunately, I have an excellent damage contractor on speed dial, and he comes out to help me whenever I need a little assistance. I want you to know how to tackle tough messes, which is why I put up this website.
24 November 2021
If you've recently purchased an old home that was built in the late 1800s or early 1900s and has a lone toilet in the basement, you may have several questions about the toilet in your basement and the possibility of transforming the basement into a usable space. While it is possible, there are a few important things to do before moving forward in renovating and waterproofing the basement of an old house that has a lone toilet.
15 September 2021
Water damage restoration is the process of removing water from your home within a home or building and fixing the damage that the water has caused. Water damage is often caused after portions of a home experience prolonged exposure to water. Prolonged exposure to moisture is commonly caused by flooding, pipe bursts and leaks, leaking appliances, sewer backups, and roof leaks. However, the potential causes are virtually endless. Once water damage has set in, your best option is to hire water damage restoration services.
18 June 2021
Coming home to find your house full of water from a plumbing problem is not a pleasant experience, yet it happens. If you discover water damage in your home, you will need to contact an expert right away. Water restoration companies help people save their homes and things after water damage occurs, and here are the primary steps involved in this process. Step 1: Analyze the Situation The first thing that occurs when the water restoration team shows up is an analysis of the problem.
3 March 2021
The damages that storms leave behind on homes can seem overwhelming and tragic. You might look at your own home and think that you can never get it cleaned or repaired back to safe and sanitary conditions. However, in many cases, the worst of messes can be cleaned up and eliminated. To make your home livable again after a tornado, hurricane, flood, or other natural disaster, you should hire storm restoration specialists in your area.
21 October 2020
If you've just gone through the process of drying out your basement after a heavy rain, you probably want to make sure your basement never floods again. A wet basement causes all kinds of problems for your home, such as causing an increase in pests, creating a foul odor in your home, increasing the risk of mold, and making your basement useless space. A waterproofing method to consider is having a sump pump installed so water is pumped out before it can flood your basement again.