Homes and commercial buildings in this area are generally built to resist the elements in this region. However, while rainstorms and storms are things any structure can easily fend off, flood damage is a whole other ballgame and often one with the most serious consequences in terms of damage. For many property owners, floods mean..

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A flood is the kind of extensive water damage that most people are afraid of. The reality, however, is that most water damage that will affect a property is unlikely to be on that scale unless a catastrophic weather event occurs. Unfortunately, many people make the mistake of thinking as long as a home isn’t..

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In most cases, leaks are very visible. You see the water, investigate the leak, and work with a professional to solve the issue. However, a lot of water damage is hidden. It hides behind walls, under flooring, and even in cabinetry. Unfortunately, water can cause a significant amount of damage to your home. Water can..

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The crawlspace is one of the most overlooked parts of a house, but it calls for proper maintenance and attention. No matter how much you want to avoid this dark, confined and damp space of your home, you may want to read on and find out why it’s vital that you conduct regular checks and..

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Water damage from a flood or a leaky roof can be a significant concern for property owners. The water itself can short out electrical systems, stain or damage drywall, and even weakening a structure if it is not dealt with. However, there is a secondary effect to water in a building that is no less..

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A big mistake that many property owners make when it comes to water damage is assuming it’s only bad and affects a building if it’s a flood. The news and entertainment media have filled the general public with images of people kayaking down streets or homes half-covered in floodwater. So the assumption is made that..

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