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 »
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.
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 »
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 »
Furniture, antiques, and family heirlooms often suffer serious damage after a fire or flood. Sadly, even with professional help, some damage can’t be fixed; but not all damage requires specialized equipment or professional expertise. The technicians at Professional Restoration are experts at restoring personal property damaged by fire, water, mold, or hazardous materials. We help disaster[…] Read the full article »
The Denver housing market is competitive and home buyers must take special care to evaluate properties thoroughly. This includes identifying mold and mildew, water and fire damage. While it’s a good idea to call the experts, home buyers don’t have to rely solely on inspectors to spot warnings while house hunting. Here’s how to spot[…] Read the full article »
When disaster strikes, choosing the right restoration company for the job can be almost as stressful. Where do you start? What should you ask? Professional Restoration has been a part of the Denver community for more than 25 years. We service areas in and around the Denver metro area; and to make the case for[…] Read the full article »
Water Damage Recovery: Safety First Water damage recovery starts with safety. Nobody expects the unexpected catastrophes water damage can create. Where do you start first? You know you have to get the water out, get the area dry, cleaned and repaired, and what about your belongings that are soaking wet and also damaged? If you find this[…] Read the full article »
Fire Damage Cleanup Can Hurt In more ways than one, fire damage repair work can hurt. It can hurt your bank account, your peace and your livelihood. And fire damage cleanup work can hurt you, personally. Here are some safety tips we’ve picked up over the years helping our Denver and Front Range community recover[…] Read the full article »
A Frozen Water Pipe and Flooded Basement Hassle From the very start, we’ll shoot you straight: A frozen water pipe that ruptures and floods your basement is a big, costly mess to clean up. But don’t despair. We have some tips to help you manage the process and reduce cleanup costs (and some safety warnings).[…] Read the full article »