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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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Post-Flood Steps To Repair

Whether a flood is caused by intruding ground water, falling rain water, or rising water from a home system malfunction, there are some best practices you’ll needwithin the first 24 hours after the flood to ensure the safety of your home and family. Plus addressing the problem with a logical plan will give you the […]

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After a Flood–Work Smart, Be Quick

It may look worse than it is. Or it may be worse than it seems at first glance. The most important thing is that you get started right away. In Logan, call Sierra Restoration immediately after you have experienced a flood!  First things first! Organize your thoughts and be safe. Do not enter floodwater that […]

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Keep Your Basement Safe From Water Damage

Basements are the most common places in the home that flood. Because they are below ground level, basements are prone to flooding from weather-related causes. Burst pipes and leaking water heaters are also common causes of basement flooding, but outside floodwaters enter and flood basements in entirely different ways than pipes and appliances. The team […]

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Common Causes Of Flooding

Indoor flooding is a leading cause of water damage, and flood disasters can happen at any time, from a number of different sources. Sierra Restoration has been repairing damage from floods in Logan and Cache Valley since 2010 and has seen our fair share of flood sources. The following list has some of the most […]

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Experience The Difference With A Professional Fire Damage Restoration Team

Everything happens fast when a fire damages your Logan home or business. Flames can devour and destroy property in a matter of minutes. The ensuing damage will only worsen as time goes by, so it is important to respond as quickly as possible. Fire damage restoration services from professionals like the team at Sierra Restoration, […]

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5 Water Damage Prevention Tips For Homeowners

Water damage is an unfortunate reality for homeowners. Approximately 14,000 people in the United States experience a water damage emergency at home or at work each day. To avoid becoming another statistic you should do all you can to prevent water damage from occurring in your home. Here are a few simple things you can […]

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Four Helpful Water Damage Repair Tips

Water damage is one of the most common problems that homeowners encounter. Whether it be severe damage resulting from a large flood or minor damage from an unexpected leak, most people can expect to deal with some degree of water damage during their lives. With that in mind, everyone should have a basic knowledge of […]

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Take Care When You Repair

Flash floods are the #1 weather-related killer in the U.S. according to the National Weather Service; the geography and topology of Utah makes floods very difficult to forecast. Even if you and your Logan home are safe from the moving water, you face some difficult clean-up. We at Sierra Restoration want to provide any information […]

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