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3 Simple Facts About Smoke Damage

A house fire is terrifying. After evacuating the home and calling the fire department, you and your loved ones are forced to wait outside as the rescue team fights to extinguish the flames and save your home from burning down. Once the firefighters are able to put out the fire and have determined that it’s [...]

By | August 4th, 2017|Fire|Comments Off on 3 Simple Facts About Smoke Damage

Need a Flood Restoration Company? Here’s What to Look For!

Home flooding creates huge problems for Denver homeowners. Whether your roof started leaking, a pipe burst under your sink, a faulty sprinkler flooded your basement, or rushing floodwaters from an overflowing creek or river impacted your home’s interior, you’re going to have a big mess on your hands. Unless flood damage is very minor, chances [...]

By | August 2nd, 2017|Water|Comments Off on Need a Flood Restoration Company? Here’s What to Look For!

Got a Grow House Problem? Here’s the Solution!

Now, more than ever, Denver landlords and new homeowners are being faced with problems with marijuana grow houses. If you own property where a previous tenant or owner has been growing marijuana inside the home, you may be wondering what in the world you’ve gotten yourself into. What’s it going to take to restore your [...]

By | July 26th, 2017|Biohazard, marijuana, Residential|Comments Off on Got a Grow House Problem? Here’s the Solution!

What You Need to Know About Asbestos Before Purchasing a Home

Buying a home is a huge decision. In order to feel fully safe and secure in your investment, you need to take certain steps to ensure that you’re purchasing a place that’s in good condition. While many buyers are on the lookout for obvious problems like dated kitchens, lead paint, and cracks in the foundation, [...]

By | July 21st, 2017|asbestos|Comments Off on What You Need to Know About Asbestos Before Purchasing a Home

Will Your Homeowner’s Policy Cover Water Damage?

Water damages account for a large percentage of home insurance claims each year. Because water damage can come from a number of different sources, it gets classified in various ways and can fall under multiple areas of coverage. As an example, natural flooding is classified as being entirely different from standard water damages, and is [...]

By | July 19th, 2017|Residential, Water|Comments Off on Will Your Homeowner’s Policy Cover Water Damage?

What Do We Mean by Severe Weather?

We often hear weather forecasters warning us about upcoming “severe” weather on the news. When this happens, homeowners are generally advised to seek shelter and take the steps necessary to protect life and property. Knowing what to expect from severe weather can make a big difference in how prepared you feel to get through it [...]

By | July 13th, 2017|Residential, severe weather, Water|Comments Off on What Do We Mean by Severe Weather?

Finding the Root Cause of Sewer Backups

If you’re like the average Colorado homeowner, you understand that your home relies on sewer lines in order to move waste water away from your home and into underground sewer mains. Beyond this basic information, though, you probably don’t ever give much thought to your sewer lines - until they start giving you trouble. Unfortunately, [...]

By | July 6th, 2017|Biohazard, Residential|Comments Off on Finding the Root Cause of Sewer Backups

Summer Vacation Tips to Avoid Water Damage

The very worst time for water damage to occur is when you’re away from home. After all, what could be worse than coming home from a relaxing summer vacation only to find that your home has been flooded, or otherwise severely damaged by water? Unfortunately, this happens more often than you might think. In fact, [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Water|Comments Off on Summer Vacation Tips to Avoid Water Damage

How a House Fire Goes From Zero to Sixty in Seconds

Fire has the power to give us light and warmth, but it also has the power to destroy. Even one, tiny, seemingly harmless flame can quickly spread and grow out of control. Understanding just how quickly a fire can move could mean the difference between life and death for you and your loved ones. In [...]

By | June 22nd, 2017|Commercial, Fire, Residential|Comments Off on How a House Fire Goes From Zero to Sixty in Seconds

April Showers Clogged Your Downspouts? Get Them Ready for Summer

Although you may not give them a whole lot of thought, gutters and downspouts are actually an integral part of your house’s overall well-being. They direct and control the flow of rainwater as a means of protecting your roof, walls, foundation, and even your landscape. While many homeowners take the function of their gutters and [...]

By | June 20th, 2017|Do it Yourself, Residential, Specialty|Comments Off on April Showers Clogged Your Downspouts? Get Them Ready for Summer