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While most colleges and universities have a disaster plan in place to keep faculty and students safe should the worst happen, a vital part of that plan needs to include a partnership with a local disaster restoration contractor.

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In this article, we will look at why mold is so prevalent in the workplace and how partnering with a professional to remediate the issue at its core can help keep your business and your employees running efficiently.

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So, what should you do if you or a tenant or renter finds mold on your property? Knowing everyone’s rights and responsibilities, as well as how best to actually handle and clean mold will give you needed knowledge to combat and control mold.

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Water damage is never convenient.  Pipes never break when you’re standing next to the water shut-off valve. As a result, flash floods can consume your home within a matter of minutes. From burst pipes to natural flooding disasters, water inside a structure is never a good thing. Some leaks may just need to be dried […]

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When your sump pump fails to do its job, the resulting aftermath can lead to a number of issues. Dealing with the cleanup alone is often quite an inconvenience. While a little water might seem like an easy thing to handle, if your home, business, or property is not fully dried out, it can lead […]

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Melting snow and rain showers mean your home’s sump pump is going to have to work overtime. If it’s not functioning properly, it can lead to a basement full of water. To avoid flooding and water damage in your home, it is important to inspect your sump pump before the spring showers begin.