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Preventing HVAC Fires

HVAC systems are vital to having a comfortable home, by keeping us cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Without being properly maintained, however, they can be dangerous. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) lists heating equipment as one of the leading causes of house fires in the U.S., accounting for one in […]

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Saving Fine Wood & Millwork After a Fire

Dealing with the aftermath of a house fire can be overwhelming. Although the immediate danger is over, there’s still a whole lot of cleanup and repairs to do. Wood is obviously particularly susceptible to fire damage, and unfortunately some of our most expensive and beloved objects are often made of wood. Millwork, cabinets, built-ins, bookshelves, […]

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flood damage

What to Do After a Flood

Whether you’ve already experienced flooding or want to be prepared in case it happens later on, knowing what to do can help reduce the potential damage to your home. Even what appears to be minor water damage can be costly to repair, and may indicate more significant underlying problems.  Turn off electricity Make sure the […]

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Preventing Storm Damage After The Storm

While large storms can cause damage to your home, the damage doesn’t stop after the storm has passed. Your water-logged home may have more damage than you originally thought. When handled incorrectly, a storm damaged home can sustain more damage. It’s also unsafe to stay in a storm damaged home. There are certain steps you […]

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Do YOU Know Your Fire Classes?

Everyone’s instinct is to put out a fire with water. In some cases, water can spread the fire more. It’s important for everyone to know about fire classifications because not all fires are extinguished the same. There are 5 different fire classes. A, B, C, D, and K. The classifications group fires by what material […]

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How Does Smoke Damage Affect Your Home?

The damage a fire causes doesn’t stop once the flames are put out. The smoke and soot can cause damage on everyday items that may have survived the flames. The faster these items are addressed, the less damage they’ll take in the long term. We understand that dealing with a fire is always stressful and […]

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