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5 Most Common Causes of Residential Water Damage

Whether you’ve recently experienced water damage in your home or just want to prevent it from happening, it’s important to know what common causes residential water damage.

 

Bursting or Leaking Pipes

Whether it’s in the bathroom or kitchen, old or blocked pipes can burst or leak. Make sure your garbage disposal is properly working and that […]

By |September 22nd, 2014|Water Damage|0 Comments

Residential Water Damage

The First Things to Do When You Experience Residential Water Damage

A water pipe burst, your toilet overflowed, or some other disaster happened causing your home severe water damage. Residential water damage is a nightmare but you can wake up from it and get your house back to its dry self. If you’ve just experienced […]

By |September 17th, 2014|News, Water Damage|0 Comments

The Six Classes of Fire Damage

The Six Classes of Fire Damage

While no one expects to experience a fire in their home or office, nothing is guaranteed and there is always a small chance it could happen. Whether the result of old electrical wiring or a brush fire, your San Diego property could suffer serious fire and smoke damage. If […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Fire|0 Comments

How to Spot Water Damage in an Old Home

If you own an older home, chances are it suffered water damage at some point since its original construction. A home that is over 30 years old is three times more likely to have a major plumbing problem than newer homes, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Another study performed by […]

By |September 10th, 2014|Water Damage|0 Comments

Water Damage Restoration Process

There 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 fix the mess, you will want to immediately start looking for […]

By |September 3rd, 2014|Water Damage|0 Comments

Parents and Teachers Rally Against School District Over Toxic Levels of PCBs in Classrooms

Class is back in session at California schools in Malibu, but not all students will be there when the bell rings. Parents, including the high-profile supermodel Cindy Crawford, have been rallying over toxic contamination on school campuses for the past few weeks. While the school district and parents battle it out, more than 25 […]

By |August 28th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Half a Million Displaced by Floods in Bangladesh

Over half a million people have been left homeless after rushing floodwaters devastated villages in rural areas of northern Bangladesh over the weekend.

Bangladesh is a low lying country that has densely populated rural areas. Heavy monsoon rains have caused flash floods for over a week now but a new weather front caused unaffected areas […]

By |August 25th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Water Damage Prevention Tips

Finding water damage in your home or business is unexpected and can be extremely stressful. It can disrupt your daily life and result in loss of your valuables. Here are some tips to help prevent water damage on your property and what to do if it occurs.

Check your appliances!

Toilets:

–          After flushing be sure that […]

By |August 22nd, 2014|Water Damage|0 Comments

India and Nepal Experiencing Severe Flooding

India and Nepal have experienced extreme flooding the past three days caused by heavy rainfall. Relief teams were deployed with medicine, food, and emergency shelters, however the death toll has already reached 180 by Monday morning. Northern India and western Nepal were the areas hit the worst as rushing floodwaters washed away dwellings made […]

By |August 18th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Common Types of Household Mold

When looking at the mold growing inside your San Diego home or business you may have noticed that some areas may look different than others. There are several types of mold that can grow in the basement, attic, and bathroom of your property. One of these is the Alternaria mold which is the most […]

By |August 15th, 2014|Mold|0 Comments