On Thanksgiving, people across the country will be getting together to eat more than 700 million pounds of turkey. This much turkey means that there will be a lot of food preparation and cooking done in the couple days leading up to Thanksgiving. As you start preparing your Thanksgiving meal, it is very important to use good practices for food safety and cooking safety to avoid fires.
While dangerously cold temperatures cannot be prevented, there are things that you can do to protect your property and prevent your home’s pipes from freezing and bursting. Use the following information as a guide on how to prevent frozen pipes this winter and what to do if you find that your home’s pipes have frozen.
Plenty of myths camouflage the facts when it comes to the usefulness of fire sprinklers. We’ll freshen up the murky waters by separating fact from myth.
Smoke particles can be composed of varying toxic elements. Although difficult to eliminate, smoke odors can be removed with a little knowledge and a lot of concentrated effort. See how.
Commercial properties, such as restaurants, hospitals, schools and offices, are continually at risk for fire. Flames burst out unexpectedly, especially inside commercial buildings that house… Read More »Commercial Fire Damage Restoration – FAQ
Take the necessary actions to tend to water damage after a fire has been extinguished and you can avoid additional property damage and costly expenses.
One of the most common questions we are asked is about the most common source of water damage that we respond to. Sump pump failures of one kind or another are responsible for more damage than any other cause. Following are a list of common sump pump issues and the best solution for each one.
It’s vital to invest in window protection for your home before storm season begins. Follow these suggestions to make the windows of your home as wind-proof as possible.