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Tips To Prevent Basement Flooding

Posted on: August 4, 2020 by in Water Damage
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Basement flooding can be caused by several issues including drainage failure, cracks in the foundation or basement walls sump pump failure, poor lot drainage and overflowing downspouts. Regardless of the cause, it is important to ensure that you prevent flooding in your basement by all means. Tips for preventing flooding in your basement Install a sump pump A home without a sump pump especially one with a basement below the water table has a higher chance of ending up with a wet Continue Reading ...

The Water Damage Restoration Process

Posted on: May 4, 2020 by in Water Damage
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Water damage restoration is a complicated task that requires a variety of techniques and equipment to be successful. Different steps are used to get rid of the water and remediate any contaminated areas. Below are the essential steps that make up the water damage restoration process. Flood Water Removal This is the first most important step in removing the source of water. Professional technicians usually have a variety of equipment when they arrive at the scene. Portable submersible Continue Reading ...

Tips For Cleaning Your Home After Water Damage

Posted on: March 10, 2020 by in Water Damage
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Whether it was because of flash flooding or a plumbing malfunction, it’s important to clean up after water damage has occurred. Water damage may have had a significant impact on certain parts of your home. Thus it’s vital that areas affected are cleaned up. This is because by cleaning up such areas, you will be able to put in perfect condition for additional repairs. This article will provide you with top tips for cleaning your home after water damage. The first and most important thing Continue Reading ...

5 Tips For Preventing Water Damage To Your Home

Posted on: January 20, 2020 by in Water Damage
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Water damage is the main culprit that weakens the foundation of your home by causing structural damage. Damp wood invites carpenter ants and termites and causes mildew and mold. Luckily, it is relatively easy to keep your home safe from water damage by following these 5 simple tips. 1. Plant Carefully Some trees and plants such as weeping willows tend to have very invasive roots. If you are not cautious, they can grow right into your septic tank, pipes, drainage field, and sprinkler Continue Reading ...