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Colorado’s Most Notorious Natural Disasters

In 2017, Colorado was one of the top inbound states for new residence; we welcomed nearly 80,000 people, bringing Colorado’s total population to about 5.6 million. But it’s not all sunshine and snow-capped mountains out here. In fact, Colorado has endured several natural disasters including floods, hail storms, fires, and tornados. Natural disasters don’t attract[…] Read the full article »

Commercial Property Disaster Insurance Explained

Are you a business owner? Here’s a scary statistic: 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen after a disaster. So, what can you do to protect yourself and your business? Does insurance cover things like flooding? What about tornadoes? Colorado has endured its fair share of disasters—snow isn’t the only thing we have[…] Read the full article »

Common Questions About Property Damage Insurance Claims

Below, the experts at Professional Restoration answer common questions about property damage insurance claims. Or, get answers directly! Call our Denver office at 303-922-4001 or contact us online.    What’s the difference between actual cash value and replacement cost coverage? Actual cash value (ACV) is the cost to repair or replace an insured item of[…] Read the full article »

Do I Need a Lawyer Following Major Property Damage?

Just because you make insurance payments every month, doesn’t mean your insurance company, their adjusters and loss consultants will see things your way after major property damage. There are times when policyholders and insurance companies come to a stalemate, and when an agreement can’t be made, it’s often useful to hire a home insurance lawyer.[…] Read the full article »

Inspection objections are common reasons buyers and sellers fall out of contract. The best way to avoid prolonged negotiations or a dissolved contract is to familiarize yourself with the inspection process and specific objections unique to Colorado. Colorado’s Inspection Process Explained Once a contract has been signed, it’s the buyer’s responsibility to have the home[…] Read the full article »

How To Safely Grow Marijuana Indoors

Recreational marijuana can’t be grown outdoors legally in Colorado, so people grow it indoors instead. Indoor grows require vast horticultural knowledge and many homeowners aren’t up to the task. They encounter common problems like airborne mold spores, electrical hazards, and jerry-rigged home modifications. Below, our restoration professionals discuss what you should be aware of to[…] Read the full article »

Understanding Fire Legal Liability in Colorado

Running a business is hard, but not having the right insurance is one way things can get harder. Who pays for fire damage, if you share office space in a building? What happens if one of your employees starts a fire? Below, the fire-damage experts from Professional Restoration explain everything you need to know about[…] Read the full article »

How to Protect Your Property from Wildfire

Colorado enjoys a diverse landscape of mountains, forests, and valleys. Summers are dry and winters are mild—ideal conditions for year-round activities. However, the same qualities that make Colorado a great place to live can also spur dangerous wildfires. According to the Colorado State Forest Service, homes and businesses nestled in the foothills, grasslands, and mountains[…] Read the full article »

How to Reduce Commercial Liability Exposure

Commercial property damage can affect more than just your business. What happens when your property damage affects the business next door? Or worse, a customer? Business liability insurance provides defense and coverage against claims for bodily injury and property damage. However, even the best policy can’t reduce commercial liability exposure. Below, the expert technicians at[…] Read the full article »

Fixing Water-Damaged Hardwood Floors

Water and wood floors don’t mix. If you’ve got standing water on wood floors, you’ll need to act quickly to avoid further damage and dangerous mold and mildew growth. Wood floors are rarely the same after significant water damage, but you can reduce repair costs with a few simple steps and a little elbow grease.[…] Read the full article »

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