How to Inspect Your Roof for Wind Damage

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After a major storm, the first thing you want to do is relax and enjoy the beautiful weather. However, this is also the best time to check your home for storm damage, even if there wasn’t heavy rain or hail. The presence of strong winds can still weaken and destroy your roof. Follow these easy steps to inspect your roof… Continue reading

Common Areas That Have Water Damage in a Home

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Water damage is one of the most common forms of property damage. By taking the right precautionary steps, you can prevent the need for emergency water damage restoration services in your home or apartment. Find out where water damage can occur in your home: Laundry Room. Washing machines are convenient, but they are the most common causes of residential water… Continue reading

Mold Prevention Tips for the Kitchen

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From leaky faucets to spoiled food in the refrigerator, there are countless reasons why mold growth is so common in kitchens and similar type spaces (ex. office break room). Constant exposure to heat and moisture makes any kitchen a prime breeding ground for mold and mildew. Check out our prevention tips to avoid the need for mold removal services in… Continue reading

Is Your Tree Sick, Dying or Dead?

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As the winter season continues, the cold weather may cause you to worry about the condition of a tree on your property. Winds and shifting soils may cause weak dead trees to fall, so it’s important to contact our emergency tree removal services to remove hazardous trees. Here are two steps you can take to see if your tree is… Continue reading

Identifying Fires and Using the Right Extinguisher

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Fires are classified based on the type of substances that fuel them. Because of this, you cannot treat all fires the same way. If you are a business owner, you may be more susceptible to a larger variety of fires depending on the type of equipment that is used on your property. Take a minute to learn about different classes… Continue reading

Fire Safety During the Holiday Season

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Is your business celebrating the holiday season? While decking the halls, be sure that you are still taking the proper safety precautions your business needs to stay safe. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, or the CPSC, estimates that roughly $16 billion in property damage is done every year during the holidays. The main cause cited for these damages is fires,… Continue reading

Why Safety Training is Important for all Employees

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Safety should always be a priority when on the job. While safety plans are really tailored to what your business does, you should still make an effort to properly train your employees in general workplace safety. Here are a couple reasons why you should sit down with employees and go over safety procedures: What happens if a customer gets hurt… Continue reading

Is Mold Growing in My Business?

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If you’ve owned a business for a while, you may have become accustomed to the way it looks from day to day. Because of this, you may miss some of the minor, telltale signs that you have mold growing on your property. The following are three indicators of mold and when you should call mold removal services: Have you looked… Continue reading

How to Protect Your Business from Floods

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Flooding can occur at any time and can cause large amounts of damage in a matter of minutes. When it does, there is a short amount of time to react. Obviously, your first concern is to ensure the safety of your employees, your business, and yourself. In order to do that, you should take steps before a flood to get… Continue reading

Important Phone Numbers to Have Before You Evacuate

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Evacuating, whether voluntarily or mandatory, can be stressful. You might be worried about taking care of family members, pets, and ensuring that your home is safe while you leave. Taking important things, such as irreplaceable documents and items, medications, and emergency supplies are key when evacuating. But, what happens when you return? Do you have the phone numbers you need… Continue reading