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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 »

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 »

Do You Have the Right Insurance Coverage?

Whether you’re renting, buying a new home, or living in your dream house, insurance coverage is an important financial protection. But what’s really covered by your policy? And how do you know if you’ve got enough coverage? Professional Restoration has helped countless homeowners restore, repair, and rebuild their properties after a disaster. Below, our team[…] Read the full article »

What to Look for When Buying a Newly Built Home

Colorado home buyers considering buying a newly built home should know that defects are common, and those defects can pose immediate problems. Denver’s population growth, in particular, has even spurred legislators to overhaul the state’s construction-defects law. New doesn’t mean perfect. In fact, it’s a good idea to have a new home inspected by a[…] Read the full article »

Water damage in the kitchen gets expensive quickly, so we’re diving into ways homeowners can avoid serious damage. With a few preventative steps and a plan in place just in case, you can avoid major water damage in the kitchen. Prevention is Key When taking preventative measures to avoid water damage in your kitchen or home,[…] Read the full article »

Appliance Failure: Protect Your Home From Water Damage

Certain home appliances are known for failures that lead to major property damage. Common appliances such as water heaters, washing machines, and dishwashers require regular maintenance but rarely receive the attention they need to avoid busted pipes, leaks, and other problems that result in water damage. Avoid major property repairs by knowing what to look[…] Read the full article »

Mold Loves Your Kitchen and Bathrooms

If there’s one thing people don’t want in their kitchens and bathrooms it’s mold. While mold is necessary to make fine cheeses and penicillin, it’s not healthy for people to live intimately with—especially in areas of the home as sensitive as kitchens and bathrooms. Mold can pose serious health concerns for infants, people with respiratory[…] Read the full article »

As a Landlord, How can I Protect Myself From Tenants Growing Marijuana

In 2012, Colorado passed Amendment 64, amending the state’s Constitution and changing the way we view the purchase and possession of marijuana in our state. The commercial sale of marijuana began on January 1, 2014, and by April of 2016, a third of Colorado’s counties had adopted some variation of recreational marijuana regulation. Today, marijuana[…] Read the full article »