Health Risks After a House Fire

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If a fire has impacted your home or business, you may be grateful once the flames are put out, thinking that all threats to your health and safety have been averted. However, fires can leave behind toxic smoke and soot byproducts. Mold can even grow if any water is left behind once the fire is extinguished. Learn more about the… Continue reading

When to Schedule Mold & Environmental Remediation

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Home should be a haven, but sometimes, mold and other harmful environmental materials find their way inside. Is your indoor air as clean as you think? Here are some signs that you should begin the mold and environmental remediation process. Water damage has occurred: Perhaps you recently cleaned up the mess from a burst pipe, leaky hose, or flood. Lingering… Continue reading


Sept. 16, 2020 – DKI, North America’s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, proudly welcomes Spartan Emergency Water Removal of Fredricksburg, VA to its national provider network. Through its DKI membership, Spartan gains access to the industry’s finest technology, equipment and resources, DKI marketing support and exclusive ongoing training courses. Spartan can also access DKI’s network of dozens of the country’s… Continue reading

Building Restoration

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Restoring a building after it suffers structural damage can be difficult, even under the best circumstances. Historic building restoration brings even more challenges. If you’re passionate about saving your historic home or business following a destructive fire or flood, use these tips to help ensure a successful project. Preserve the Building’s Character Your historic home or business may have a… Continue reading

Creating a Catastrophe Response Plan

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Catastrophic events can take many forms, from natural disasters to explosions to industrial spills. While ranging widely in scale and scope, a local catastrophe can have far-reaching consequences for businesses in the area. Consider that 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen after a disaster. Then, 90 percent of those that do reopen fail within a year if… Continue reading