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How to Dry Wet Carpet

If you have wet carpet due to flooding or a burst pipe, you must dry it as quickly as possible. Neglecting the problem for more than 24 to 48 hours could allow mold to start growing, so begin the drying process as soon as you discover the damage. Then, call a remediation company promptly to request a water damage evaluation.… Continue reading

Are You Ready for a Possible Flood?

Floods are the most common natural disaster in North America and can occur just about anywhere. Sources of flooding include rain, snowmelt, coastal storms, ocean swells, overflowing dams, broken levees, and more. Floods can happen any time of year, but melting snow and heavy rains in the spring make March a particularly common month for flooding. Here’s what you need… Continue reading

5 Fast Facts About Water Damage

You work hard to keep your home or business in good condition, so it’s frustrating to find evidence of leaks and floods. Review these five fast facts to understand water damage and how to address it should your property experience it. A Little Prevention Goes a Long Way You can’t always protect against leaks and floods, but taking a few… Continue reading

WARREN BARHORST ANNOUNCED AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THE DKI ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN NEW ORLEANS

The April 14 Conference has been postponed until further notice. March 5, 2020 – DKI is proud to announce Warren Barhorst as its keynote speaker for its annual conference: Connect 2020. Barhorst’s keynote speech will be presented in New Orleans, LA the morning of April 14 during the conference General Session. (more…) Continue reading

March is the Start of Severe Weather Season—Be Prepared!

The severe weather season is broadly categorized as March through August. No matter where you reside in North America, you’re at risk for one type of storm or another. Take action today to prepare your home and business for potential inclement weather. How to Prepare for a Tornado Every state is at least minimally at risk for tornadoes, but cities… Continue reading