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Safety Procedures Following Fire Damage

Waking up to the smell of smoke is never something someone wants to deal with. The thought of evacuating your Tremonton home and leaving everything behind is a nightmare in and of itself. In Utah, fires happen frequently, and most times, the fire happens without warning or a moment’s notice. It is impossible to predict […]

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Water Damage From Indoor Leaks

Relatively innocent leaks drip water from the source into the drain or sewer line. This wastes water and costs you money, but it doesn’t cause any damage. However, leaks from pipes, fittings, and hoses can damage your home and lead to high repair costs. Here are the other places to watch out for potential leaks. […]

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Summer Fire Damage Risks In Tremonton

Summertime is ripe with tradition: watermelon, sunburns, fireworks, and fun! In the Cache Valley, summer also brings the risk of fire and fire damage to your home. In addition to the expected danger from the Fourth of July pyrotechnics, some other areas that could potentially catch fire are: The Garage Storage, working space, tools, and […]

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Cleaning Up Water Damage After A Leaky Chimney

Spring and summer rain showers and thunderstorms are often a welcome change from the oppressive heat. In addition to cooling off Logan, these rainstorms also green up our gardens and fill up rivers and lakes. Unfortunately, heavy rain can also lead to a leaky chimney. Chimney leaks are one of the most common chimney problems […]

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Water Damage Restoration: Protecting Your Bathroom

Water is necessary for the bathroom fixtures to function. Toilets, sinks, showers, and tubs all require plumbing to make them work. As these fixtures wear over time, they are susceptible to corrosion, loosened connections, and damage. Unfortunately, with all the water being used and all the potential problems, bathrooms are very prone to water damage. […]

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4 Water Damage Restoration Tips

Water damage restoration requires the help of trained professionals. With the proper training, experience, and equipment, professionals are able to get the job done correctly and quickly. Water damage restoration is a job that should only be done by certified professionals, and here’s why: Hidden Damage Because a lot of our plumbing is out of […]

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Water Damage Cleanup: Finding The Right Company

When your home in Logan suffers from water damage, you want to ensure the best cleanup results possible for your property. In reality, your water damage cleanup will only be as good as the company you hire to manage it. When looking for the right company to take care of your home, you should take […]

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The Five Stages Of Water Damage

Water damage is a very time-sensitive issue. Initially, the damage usually isn’t so severe. Yet, the damage can progress quickly and become very serious in just a short amount of time, and cause water damage restoration to happen in your home. To help you understand the progression of water damage, the five stages of water […]

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Preventing Water Damage In Logan

Water damage happens in a variety of ways. Toilets overflow, roofs leaks, pipes burst, band basements flood. Many times, a water damage disaster is unavoidable. But there are things that you can do to help reduce the risk of water damage in your Logan home. One extra step that you can take is to be […]

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3 Common Myths About Water Damage

Water damage is one of the most common home disasters; in fact 1 in 50 homes will suffer from water damage. With a disaster this prevalent, it is no wonder that there is an abundance of information on what to do when your home suffers from water damage. The problem is there is also a […]

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