Any home owners worst nightmare would surely include a failed sump-pump. A sewage emergency is a disaster that no home owner wants to deal with. However, what do you do if it happens to you? We've put together a few tips in the case of a worst-case-scenario.
While this is a wonderful time of year, it can also be quite dangerous when it comes to indoor fires. This cold season, we are focused on your safety. Here are a few tips to keep in mind this holiday season:
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Most of us are familiar with what hoarding is. If you are unfamiliar with hoarding, check out some of our other blogs on the dangers of hoarding, or how to approach helping someone with a hoarding disorder. However, animal hoarding is a unique form of hoarding where animals are accumulated and ill-taken care of. The individual who owns the animals may even deny the poor living conditions which the animals are in. This is a tough situation, and it can be tougher to find a way to approach the issue. Below we've included some resources for you to use that may be of some help.
Mold damage is a homeowners worst nightmare. It can be dangerous to our health, as well as the structure of the property. Almost all homes experience mold at some time in some place. Mold occurs in areas of high moisture, and can require remediation if left untreated. If you see mold in your home, immediately call your local professionals. Below we have listed some common questions about mold in your home.
Leaks are the main culprits when it comes to mold in the household. When was the last time you checked your appliance hoses? The water heater? All of the faucets and underneath sinks? These are all prime areas where water can leak. While it seems like all these places would be easy to prevent leaks, usually we don't notice them until its too late.
The holidays are upon us. This means holiday office parties, get-togethers, and other end-of-the-year celebrations. With all the hustle and bustle, this is the perfect time of year to get the office carpets cleaned. Start the new year off with fresh smelling, clean carpets. Not only will it feel like a fresh start for the upcoming year, your customers will appreciate the looks and fresh smells.
Water damage can come in all forms, shapes, and sizes, and none of it is good. From an unexpected toilet overflow, to a sudden flash flood, water damage can sometimes "sneak up" on you and go unnoticed until things are too late. As your friendly neighborhood restorations company, we think there are a few types of water damage all should be aware of. And with some planning and slight maintenance, these can be avoided.
Hoarding can be an incredibly difficult situation to deal with. You may not even know where to start. However, as with most things, some knowledge, understanding, and compassion can go a long way. Here are some key things to know to better understand hoarding behaviors, and to allow you to help and give the best support possible.
While we are all familiar with the beautiful climate of San Diego, we know that when it rains, it pours. And with rain can come leaks and new sources of moisture, leading to mold.
Spring is right around the corner, making this the perfect time to clean those dirty carpets that have gathered dust and grime since winter. Winter can bring all sorts of things into your home and onto your carpets, such as dirt, debris, and dust build-up. Especially in a workplace environment, this can become quite noticeable by customer and employees. Getting your carpets professionally cleaned and restored can do a world of difference in the work place.