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    Mold Growth Is Caused by These Types of Moisture

    Mold Growth Is Caused by These Types of Moisture There’s a good chance that you’ve come into contact with mold on several occasions throughout your lifetime. In fact, mold is often unavoidable since its growth comes so easily. All it takes is a little moisture and a [...]

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    What to Do About Mold in Your Attic and Crawl Space

    What to Do About Mold in Your Attic and Crawl Space Think mold in your attic or crawl space is no big deal? Think again! Just because mold is out of your direct line of sight doesn’t mean that you should ever put it out of your [...]

  • Tree Roots and Sewer Lines: Enemies ‘Til the End

    Tree Roots and Sewer Lines: Enemies ‘Til the End We don’t want to give trees a hard time. We really don’t. After all, trees not only give us life via their oxygen-producing properties, but they also make our yards and streets look pretty. But… we [...]

  • Toilet Overflow Cleanup: Don’t Panic, and Clean It Up!

    Toilet Overflow Cleanup: Don’t Panic, and Clean It Up! Anyone who has ever experienced an overflowing toilet, which probably includes every single person reading this right now, certainly understands the importance of proper cleanup. After you’ve said your fair share of “Oh God!” and “Gross!”, [...]

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    Avoid These Mistakes When Repairing Your Crawl Space

    Avoid These Mistakes When Repairing Your Crawl Space An alarming number of homeowners tend to forget that their home's crawl space even exists, let alone take the steps necessary to ensure that it’s well-maintained. This can lead to a number of problems ranging from the accumulation [...]

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Featured Posts

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What To Do if Your Pipes Freeze

February 14th, 2018|Comments Off on What To Do if Your Pipes Freeze

What To Do if Your Pipes Freeze What could be worse than a huge home maintenance problem? How about several big maintenance disasters all at once? This is exactly what can happen when your home’s [...]

Quick Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe this Winter

January 19th, 2018|Comments Off on Quick Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe this Winter

Quick Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe this Winter It’s been a crazy winter so far… and we’re only halfway through January! With record-breaking winter temperatures and storms sweeping the nation, Colorado homeowners need to [...]

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Are You Prepared for the Season of Frozen Pipes?

November 28th, 2017|Comments Off on Are You Prepared for the Season of Frozen Pipes?

Are You Prepared for Frozen Pipes? Record-breaking lows have been sweeping through the nation and that can only mean one thing: winter is coming. Coloradans should brace themselves for freezing conditions in the coming months. [...]

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5 Things You Can Do This Weekend to Winterize Your Home

October 31st, 2017|Comments Off on 5 Things You Can Do This Weekend to Winterize Your Home

Here are 5 Useful Tips to Winterize Your Home Where has the time gone? We can hardly believe that we are in the final months of 2017 and that winter is just around the corner. [...]

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10 Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

December 20th, 2016|0 Comments

Here are 10 Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes Winter has stormed into Denver and most of Colorado, bringing snow, ice and plummeting temperatures that can wreak havoc on plumbing. A ruptured water line can [...]

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Winterization Checklist: Avoid Costly Water Damage

November 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Winterization Checklist: Avoid Costly Water Damage

Winterization Checklist: Avoid Costly Water Damage The Denver Metro Area continues to enjoy above average temperatures for October and November. These unseasonably warm temperatures can lead some homeowners to procrastinate their fall winterization. Unfortunately, La [...]

Water Damage

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The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace

July 10th, 2018|Comments Off on The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace

The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace Business owners have a responsibility to keep their employees safe and sound while at work, but many don’t [...]

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Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag”

July 5th, 2018|Comments Off on Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag”

Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag” When you experience a natural disaster or severe damage to your home, there’s always the [...]

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5 Ways to Prevent Water Damage in Your Attic

June 27th, 2018|Comments Off on 5 Ways to Prevent Water Damage in Your Attic

5 Ways to Prevent Water Damage in Your Attic Most homeowners understand that they must be diligent when it comes to preventing water damage in their home. When [...]

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Video News

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Commercial Flood Burst Pipes

January 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Commercial Flood Burst Pipes

Commercial Flood Burst Pipes This 10,000 square foot building sustained water damage from burst pipes when temperatures dropped. Tenants had just moved out and the building was up for sale. The damage impacted [...]

Fire News

806, 2018

The Dangers of Exposure to Toxic Smoke

June 8th, 2018|Comments Off on The Dangers of Exposure to Toxic Smoke

The Dangers of Exposure to Toxic Smoke The responsibilities of a repair and restoration company are far-reaching, but there are few as important as the removal of biohazardous materials.  When toxic [...]

1505, 2018

Fire Damage Risks That You Might Not Think Of

May 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Fire Damage Risks That You Might Not Think Of

Fire Damage Risks That You Might Not Think Of Fire and smoke damage sustained in a home is, to a certain degree, a standard sort of affair. Depending on the type of [...]

1202, 2018

There’s No Such Thing as a Romantic Grease Fire

February 12th, 2018|Comments Off on There’s No Such Thing as a Romantic Grease Fire

There's No Such Thing as a Romantic Grease Fire You may have a burning love this week thanks to Valentine’s Day, but what you don’t want is a burning kitchen! [...]

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14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 2

July 11th, 2018|Comments Off on 14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 2

14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 2 When a fire breaks out at either your home or in the workplace, the result can send your life [...]

  • Open space office interior with a concrete floor, a glass wall, a rectangular ceiling pattern and panoramic windows. Computers on desks. 3d rendering mock up

The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace

July 10th, 2018|Comments Off on The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace

The Dangerous Reality of Mold in the Workplace Business owners have a responsibility to keep their employees safe and sound while at work, but many don’t realize that they could [...]

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14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 1

July 6th, 2018|Comments Off on 14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 1

14 Tips to Avoid Fire Damage In Your Workplace Part 1 If you’ve been visiting our blog for any length of time, you’re probably aware that we are huge fans [...]

  • Emergency preparedness supplies. A large pile of supplies to be used in case of a natural disaster (hurricane, flood, earthquake, etc.) including: flashlight, backpack, batteries, water bottles, first aid kit, lantern, radio, can opener, mask. No people.

Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag”

July 5th, 2018|Comments Off on Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag”

Don’t Leave These 4 Items Out of Your “Bug Out Bag” When you experience a natural disaster or severe damage to your home, there’s always the chance that you might [...]