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What to Expect from a Basement Leak

Basement leaks are nothing new. Structural cracks, poor lot grading, melting snow and ice, burst pipes, sewer backups, and even over-full gutters and downspouts can be quick to show you trouble travels downhill. How should you handle theses events and prevent unecessary destruction? Let’s take a closer look… Read the rest of the article

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Flood Preparedness Plan for Your Business

Natural and man-made floods are the top two most common disasters experienced across the U.S. in the past five years, every state has experienced natural flood-related disasters such as coastal, river or flash flooding, and 20% of all insurance claims are accountable to floods of man-made origin (plumbing and appliance leaks, sewage backups). Read the […]

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Are You Missing These Hidden Sources of Fire?

You may know about common fire sources as candles overloaded electrical outlets, and malfunctioning appliances, but there are a number of items commonly found in your home that can be dangerous fire hazards that you may have overlooked. Read the rest of the article

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How Much Can a Leak Add to Your Monthly Water Bill?

The average North American household wastes about 10,000 gallons of water from household leaks every year. About one in ten homes have severe leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day. Read the rest of the article

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Do These 5 Things First If You Think There Is a Fire

It’s wise to plan for all types of emergencies that could strike at home – from gas and carbon monoxide leaks to burst pipes and flooded basments – but fire is the most critical emergency to plan for. Read the rest of the article

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The Scariest Features of Old Houses

Do you own an older home? If so, you may want to take a closer look at some of the scary features that may be lurking in your home. Make sure your home doesn’t have any of these; otherwise there could be a disaster when you least expect it. Read the rest of the article

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When are Electrical Fires Most Likely to Occur?

Electrical Fires are most likely to occur during cold, dry winter months. With the season swiftly approaching, now is the perfect time to learn more about what sparks electrical fires and how to protect your home against this potential disaster. Read the rest of the article

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How to Protect Your Property From Damage or Theft

It’s taken years to accumulate all your possessions, many of which are very valuable. Unfortunately, life is unpredictable, and you may unexpectedly lose items that are dear to you. If your home has ever been broken into or a fire has ravaged your property, you know all too well. Read the rest of the article

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Survivor- Rainbow International Restoration

Live happily, ever after. Check out this fun “survivor” video! Click here for video

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The Relationship Between Carpets and Mold

No one wants mold growing in their home. It causes musty odors and hay fever-like allergy symptoms in sensitive individuals. Particularly dangerous toxic mold can even cause nervous system problems, including headaches, memory loss, and mood changes. Read the rest of the article

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