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The Recent Hurricanes Remind Us how Importance of Flood Insurance Got flood insurance? If you’re like most Colorado homeowners, chances are that you probably don’t. In fact, the majority of American homeowners have never purchased a flood insurance policy and that puts them at serious risk in the event of a natural disaster.

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sprinkler system

The Aftermath of Sprinklers Sprinkler systems can be extremely beneficial to Colorado homeowners. Outside sprinklers help to keep lawns grassy and green throughout the warmer months of the year.  Fire sprinkler systems are present in many Colorado apartment buildings, condos, and commercial buildings. Some people even choose to have their homes fitted with residential fire…

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water damage

Here’s How to Prevent a Household Disaster Maintaining a home can be quite expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Savvy homeowners know how important it is to stay on top of minor household problems so that they don’t grow to be major headaches. In fact, Consumer Reports recommends that homeowners make it a point…

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Quick Tips on Reducing Water Damage Claims   Water damage is a serious problem that can disrupt your life, create major stress, damage your valuables, and cost you a lot of money. Each year, thousands of Coloradans file water damage claims – and they aren’t cheap. Don’t become yet another victim of water damage. The…

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monsoon season

Protecting Your Denver Home During Monsoon Season Denver’s monsoon season is no joke. Although we’re generally considered to be a pretty dry state (snow notwithstanding), the late summer months make up for it by dumping a whole lot of water on top of us. In fact, just a week and a half ago, some 400…

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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…

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Rubber duck floating in a flooded 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…

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Traffic jam in severe weather

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…

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Sewage damage

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 –…

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Water leak from faucet

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…

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