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Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal as fast as possible. But how to fix it and who will help? Disasters force

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2018 Hurricane Season Outlook


It’s official. The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is in full force, and recent storms indicate that the coastal region is in for a pummeling this year. To help bolster storm preparedness, we suggest that you retain the following information throughout the 2018 season.   Hurricane season starts June 1st and runs through November 30th. This

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What’s the Latest News on Chinese Drywall?


Nearly 10 years ago, homeowners across the American south learned that homes in their region may have been constructed or repaired with contaminated drywall imported from China. With recent court decisions hitting the news this spring, many are wondering anew about this issue and what experts recommend if homes contain these materials.   What is

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What Happens When Structural Drying Falls Short?


The contractors have departed, the walls have been painted, the cushy couch has been moved back in, the ping pong table is newly poised for fierce competition. It’s wonderful to relax in the finished basement, pristine once again after the flood recovery. Just one question: were those studs completely dry before the new drywall went

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After a Commercial Fire: Smoke, Soot and Water Issues Unite


When shocked owners and employees survey the sodden mess after a fire guts their workplace, it’s tempting to immediately don paper masks, sturdy shoes and coveralls to rescue important items. Tempting, but ill-advised: the soot, water and char that have spread throughout the fire scene and across building contents are hazardous to life and limb.

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