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What to Watch out for when Water Damage Occurs

When water damage occurs in your home or commercial establishment it is important that you call a restoration company that can handle all the proper restoration process. Water damage can bring havoc and devastation to your properties. When left unattended for a long time water can infiltrate in to your personal belongings, appliances, walls and…

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Benefits of Hiring a Water Removal Company

Many of us rather clean and dry the standing water inside our home or business establishment but little do we know we may be risking our family and workers’ health. There are some cases that we can handle a simple water damage but without proper drying of the furnitures, wall and floor affected, mold and…

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The First Thing to Do After Storm Damage

Getting back to our normal routine after storm damage can be exhausting and stressful. Storms are natural phenomenon that we should never take for granted no matter how strong the storm signal. Storms comes with heavy rain or snow causing flooding that can destroy our establishments and houses. Strong wind, lightning, and heavy rain are common when…

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Commercial Water Damage Restoration and Repair

Commercial buildings are no exception to water damage and its effect to their business. When storms and hurricane strike it is also important that you keep your commercial buildings safe and secure from flooding, water damage, and destruction. Hurricane can cause major destruction to your property and it might need professional services like reconstruction, restoration, and repair. ServiceMaster…

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Storm and Hurricane Damage Construction and Repair

Storm and hurricane preparedness is one of the key factors to survive natural calamities. Most common calamity to happen in Southwest Florida is Hurricanes. When disaster strikes you should be vigilant and careful. If possible don’t leave your homes or keep yourself and your family safe. Hurricanes can destroy your homes and property; be ready to evacuate when…