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7 Steps for homeowners and business owners to take to help with water damage while our professional water damage restoration crews are on their way to you
When your home or commercial property in the Greater Philadelphia region suffers water damage, you know you need to act fast to limit the damage and restore your property. Because standing water poses health hazards, and it ruins furniture and weakens the structural integrity of your home or business, we recommend professional water removal services to get your home or business dried professionally.
When water damages residential or commercial properties in our Greater Philadelphia region, you have a lot of questions. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the professional water damage restoration process.
After a disaster, like a fire or a flood, it's too late to de-clutter your home. Be proactive! Take the time to de-clutter your home now and save yourself time and money.
Our business exists to solve problems. Sometimes it's for homeowners. Sometimes it's for other contractors. In this case we got to do both when mold damage caused by human error of another contractor threatened the homeowner's health.
After a fire, attempting to remediate the damage yourself could cost you. The simple truth is that proper smoke and fire damage restoration isn't something most homeowners can tackle themselves! In Philadelphia and South Jersey call 877-750-7876
On the surface, it might appear cheaper to have a carpet cleaning company extract water from the carpets. Unfortunately, if they leave the wallboard wet, as they did in this case, mold grows. If you're a property manager, make sure your risk management plan includes professional water damage remediation with a company who has meters to measure the moisture!
This post is a discussion of a new case report, a recently published article from The American Journal of Case Reports. The article suggests there's hope for those currently struggling with mold and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Of all the commercial structures prone to water damage, a warehouse is probably the most vulnerable! Warehouse water damage to both structure and contents has an economic impact on your business. How large that impact is depends on how fast and how well the water damage is mitigated.