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Several Of The More Common Questions About Water Damage Answered

25 October 2016
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Going through the experience of having parts of your home flooded can be a stressful problem to have to address. Sadly, this type of damage can result in major structural concerns and health hazards if it is not repaired quickly, but many homeowners are poorly prepared to handle these repairs. To this end, you will want to be mindful of the following commonly asked water damage restoration questions. Will It Be Expensive To Hire Professional Water Damage Restoration Professionals? Read More …

Buying An Old Home? What You Need To Know About Asbestos

13 May 2016
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If you are planning to purchase an old home that you want to renovate, it is crucial that you keep the possibility of asbestos at the forefront of your decision-making process. Asbestos is a mineral fiber that can cause a number of health problems when it is inhaled. Be aware of the following before you move forward with the home purchasing process: Asbestos Is Toxic Asbestos is a toxic element that must be removed before anyone can live in the house. Read More …

Can You Remodel At The Same Time As Getting Water Damage Repaired?

7 March 2016
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When a pipe leaks or an outdoor water source overflows and floods your home, you have water damage to repair. Perhaps -- well before you had water damage -- you had considered remodeling the bathroom, the basement, or whichever room was flooded. Is there a way to combine the water damage restoration and a remodeling project? Dry It Out First and Assess Later The first and most crucial step to managing water damage is to get it dried out. Read More …

What To Do After A Water Main Break Floods Your Home

7 March 2016
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Water main breaks can cause flooding and damage to your home, and it can also lead to other health and safety concerns. Knowing what to do in the hours and days after a water main break will help you to restore your home to its original condition quickly. Here are just a few things you need to know about handling a water main break. Contact Your Water Company The water company needs to be made aware of the water main break as soon as possible. Read More …

Protect An Untreated Wooden Deck From Water Damage

3 March 2016
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If some of the untreated wooden boards that made up the deck outside of your home were recently replaced due to water damage that occurred after a flood, the following steps will teach you how to add a protective layer of wood sealer to the deck. Once you have finished cleaning and sealing the deck, there will be a good chance that it will remain damage-free if it is ever exposed to prolonged moisture in the future. Read More …

About Me
Living Through Flood Damage

Hello. My name is Jessica Evans. My husband and I have two young children. Last spring our home suffered horrible flood damage from storms. The water got into our house from the foundation and numerous roof leaks. I honestly thought we had lost our house. Fortunately, we found an amazing damage contractor. Our contractor knew all the right people who could repair the damages to our home. We had to have work done on our foundation, basement, floors, walls, and roof. I want to share more about how we got through this rough time. Should you ever suffer extreme damage from flooding, I want you to know that there is hope. Thanks for reading my blog. I hope you find it to be helpful.