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3 Best Water Damage Cleanup Practices

Best Water Damage Cleanup Tip #1 Start with safety. If you find water standing in your home or business; take a deep breath then take stock, make a plan, consider the situation and your resources. At a minimum, review this list of best water damage cleanup practices: SHUT OFF the Water Main, Electricity and Gas services in affected areas. If[…] Read the full article »

How to Prevent Property Damage from Spring Flooding

Heavy rains and spring thaws can both create problems by flooding your home and property. When these events occur at the same time, homeowners may find themselves with their hands full trying to prevent property damage. There are some steps you can take to reduce the impact of heavy rainfalls and help prevent property damage[…] Read the full article »

Know Where These Three Items Aare

Every homeowner and renter should know where the utilities shut off are located for their residence. In the event of an emergency, shutting off sources can reduce the damage to your home and personal property. Trying to locate these safety devices in a panic does not usually turn out well. Water Main When a plumbing[…] Read the full article »

How to Deal with Home Fire Damage

Having even a small fire in your home can create significant damage. The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) states that about 40 percent of home fires begin in the kitchen. Space heaters come in second. Electrical fires, candles, and cigarettes finish the top five causes of home fire damage. The amount of damage to your[…] Read the full article »

Preventing Fire Damage and Spread

Fire damage to your home does not have to come from the inside. Your home can be damaged or destroyed by a wildfire or a fire from a nearby property. Wildfire problems are no longer limited to just a few locations. Changes in temperature and rainfall are creating problems across the nation. Take steps to[…] Read the full article »

How to Prevent Hail and Wind Damage

Colorado spring and summer weather can bring damaging storms for many homes across the state. Afternoon thunderstorms can produce hail the size of golf balls and wind up to 200 mph, causing major hail damage to roofs, windows, and siding. Both hail damage and wind damage are common occurrences and dealing with the aftermath can[…] Read the full article »