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How Much Does It Cost to Repair Fire Damage?

What isn’t burned or destroyed in a fire is often in need of serious repair. Fires often leave behind soot, smoke, and/or water damage. The types of damage you have will ultimately affect the cost of repair. Comparing the Cost of a DIY Cleanup vs. Hiring a Professional Things to note when considering whether to[…] Read the full article »

Hail Damage Prevention Tips

Hail damage can have high repair costs, and it’s been the most common reason for filing a business or homeowner’s insurance claim in Colorado in recent years. Fortunately, while you can’t predict most hailstorms, you can take steps to protect yourself, your car, your home and your business from hail damage. Hail Safety Tips for[…] Read the full article »

How to Clean Up Mold

Mold can grow on nearly any surface – and it can have long-lasting health effects if not properly cleaned (or if you inhale it while you clean). If you find mold in your home, take steps to deal with it right away. Can You Clean the Mold Yourself? If the area of mold growth is[…] Read the full article »

How to Clean a Flooded Basement

When your basement floods, what steps should you take immediately? While it may be tempting to jump right in, many sources of flooding bring contaminated water into your home.

The most important thing is protecting yourself, your family, and your pets. When everyone is safe, property owners should assess the situation with our expert tips, below.

Top Five Causes of Home Fires and How to Avoid Them

Home is where we relax, unwind, and connect with family and friends. Tragically, it’s also where nearly a third of all fires begin. To keep your home and loved ones safe, educate yourself on the leading causes of fire and how to prevent them. Cooking Cooking fires are the leading cause of home fires, and they’re responsible for[…] Read the full article »

How Much Does Water Damage Repair Cost?

At Professional Restoration, we’ve been helping Denver businesses and Front Range families repair water damage for nearly three decades. During that time, we’ve learned a lot about water damage, how much it costs, and how long it takes to fix. Here’s a summary of water damage repair costs; plus, when it’s okay to fix it[…] Read the full article »

How Different Types of Mold Affect Your Health

At Professional Restoration, we take property damage very seriously. Floods and fires are dangerous inherently, but what they leave behind can be equally dangerous. Mold is a naturally occurring substance, but various mold species are common after water damage, and many types of mold can be dangerous to people or pets. Here’s a quick rundown[…] Read the full article »

How To Avoid, Fix Frozen Pipes This Winter

At Professional Restoration, we’ve been helping Front Range families and Denver businesses recover from frozen pipes and water damage for nearly three decades. A frozen pipe that ruptures and floods your basement is a big and costly mess to clean. But don’t despair. We have some tips to help you manage the process, reduce cleanup[…] Read the full article »

What To Do After A Basement, Crawlspace Flood

If you live in a flood zone, or experience annual heavy rain, you may have concerns about water flooding your basement or crawlspace. This can be particularly daunting, if you’re not sure you have the right insurance coverage. Regardless, you shouldn’t wait idly by if water is pouring into your home. So, what can you[…] Read the full article »

How to Avoid Costly Premises Liability Lawsuits

If you’re a business owner, and especially if you’re a small business owner, one injury lawsuit can sink your whole business. According to Colorado statute, any landowner found negligent in the injury of another could be held liable for damages. And depending on the injury, damages can reach hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical[…] Read the full article »

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