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Flooding in the Workplace

A pipe bursts. Your roof leaks. A storm unleashes its power on your business. Or a fire causes your sprinkler system to go off, and – BOOM! – you have water damage at your place of work.

 

There are very few things that can put the brakes on a thriving business like the aftermath of […]

By |September 11th, 2013|Flood|Comments Off

Common Water Damage and Flood Cleanup Myths

#1: I have to first contact my insurance company

Definitely not necessary nor advised. “But I thought I’d need a claim number so I could begin the procedure? ” you say? Nope, you need water out and as quickly as possible and have the problem contained. The insurance claim process may be dealt with later. […]

By |September 5th, 2013|Water Damage|Comments Off

Orange County Mold Damage Restoration Tips

Doing away with Orange County mold damage can be quite painful, especially if you fail to take proper care to accomplish it the correct way. You will inevitably be with an even larger problem than what you originally started out with. The greatest reason for Orange County mold damage is caused by water damage […]

By |August 29th, 2013|Mold|Comments Off

How to Hire a Reliable Damage Restoration Company

Have you had to hire a damage restoration company to repair damage at your property? If so, then you’re not alone. Many property owners will need the services of a restoration company at some point and time.  However finding a reliable company can be tricky. Just using Google may not be enough to make […]

By |July 29th, 2013|Newsletter, Tricks and Tips|Comments Off

The Dangers of Mold

Mold is a part of nature. Molds are important in breaking down dead organic matter in the outdoors however mold occurring indoors is a problem. Studies have shown that the indoor air quality in homes can be worse than the air outside. Mold growth indoors can occur when mold is reproducing. The invisible spores […]

By |July 23rd, 2013|Mold|Comments Off

Are You Prepared for a Flood?

Man-made fixtures are one of the most common culprits of in-home floods and water damage. Fixtures such as toilets, faucets, and even the copper piping can malfunction and leak water into your property. However man-made fixtures are not the only cause of property flooding. Floods are one of the most common and costly natural […]

By |July 9th, 2013|Flood|Comments Off

Water Damage Restoration Requires a Trained Professional

San Diego Water Damage Restoration Requires a Trained Professional
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Orange Restoration uses the newest equipment and techniques for our Orange County, San Francisco, Calgary and San Diego water damage restoration services. It is impossible to know exactly when your home or business is going to flood, but you can […]

By |July 1st, 2013|Water Damage|Comments Off

Taking Care of Your Grout :: San Diego Restoration

Taking Care of Your Grout :: San Diego Restoration
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Grout in your house typically is used to seal the gaps between the floor tiles.  Grout is a combination of sand, water, cement and color tint.  It can easily accumulate dirt and needs to be cleaned correctly by a […]

By |June 13th, 2013|Mold|Comments Off

The Process of Damage Restoration San Diego

The Process of Damage Restoration San Diego
how to get your ex backThere is absolutely no one who expects a disaster to strike and destroy their home and belongings. Unfortunately the scary truth is that a disaster could strike at any time. Instead of shrugging your shoulders and wondering how you will be able to […]

By |June 6th, 2013|Newsletter, Tricks and Tips|Comments Off

When it Comes to Preventing Water Damage San Diego, Speed is Key

When it Comes to Preventing Water Damage San Diego, Speed is Key
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No one ever plans on experiencing a home flood. It doesn’t matter whether the flood is caused by Mother Nature or a plumbing problem, the damage is always unanticipated.  However, being able to respond quickly to […]

By |June 4th, 2013|Water Damage|Comments Off