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Winter comes quick and with that comes storms. Take these top four ways you can make your home weather resilient and stay nice and warm. Call us for any emergency needs for storm damage.

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The Cost of Flooding

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Take a look at what flooding will cost you, and how you can better avoid these costs.

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As the snow and ice melt problems in your roof, foundation, and other areas of your home will be open to water. Not only can this cause water damage, but mold will follow.

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#84869054 / gettyimages.com A commonly overlooked result of heavy snowfall and ice accumulation during the winter is the potential water damage that can occur when snow melts. Water damage to the roof and interior of the home is a real risk as ice and snow gradually thaw and melt during the course of the winter….

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Reducing Water Damages After a Flood

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Flooding is an extremely powerful force that can destroy entire structures and leave you with serious water damage. Even lesser flooding that doesn’t causes immediate structural damage can cause permanent damage from lingering water. Water infiltrates everything and even though you can’t see it, water may still be present beneath the surface of furniture, floors,…

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Improving the resilience of your home against inclement weather is very important. During the winter, this preparation carries particular importance since storms can be especially harsh–coupled with the severe cold. The winter of 2013-14 has been incredibly difficult for most of the U.S with relentless blizzards and arctic temperatures lingering over entire regions. Making your…

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Understanding Dam Failure

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Dams are potentially destructive structures. As a barrier that obstructs large quantities of flowing water or slows the movement of water to create a lake or reservoir, there is a huge risk in destruction of populations and the environment if a dam fails. Utter dam failure is not very common, but when it does happen…

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When it comes to buying a new home you may be experienced, inexperienced or simply eager to become a homeowner and get settled in a new place. Often times, sellers can sense when a buyer is inexperienced and they will try to “throw a fast one” on them. Below is a list of signs that…

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