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Why Hire IICRC Certified Specialists?


Whether you’re tackling a large home improvement project or repairing damage to your property following a disaster, hiring a certified restoration professional is an important consideration in ensuring efficient, knowledgeable assessment and remediation. The following covers key information regarding IICRC certified specialist requirements and skill sets. What Does IICRC Stand For? The IICRC is the

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Why Form a Working Relationship with A Disaster Recovery Firm?


Natural and man-made disasters are truly a matter of “when.” Luckily, good business continuity plans keep your company up and running despite unexpected interruptions. Whether your place of business experiences damage due to severe storms or flooding, a fire, or even mold, the best strategy is to have an existing disaster recovery plan in place

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What Happens When You Call Paul Davis?


If your priceless family bible – a fragile 1832 German edition, no less – is among the possessions soaked in home flood waters, what do you do? One bible owner, and countless other distressed disaster victims in North America, immediately called Paul Davis Restoration. They knew that Paul Davis answers calls for help 24 hours

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Top Prevention Tips To Avoid Sewer Backup


Indoor floods and plumbing issues are difficult disasters to handle because they can result in extensive property damage. If the flooding in your home contains sewage or is caused by a sewer backup, even greater dangers for occupants exist. Sewage contains microorganisms, bacteria, and human waste, which can produce harmful results including disease and infection

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Best to Rely on Experts When Measuring Wall Moisture


Daily water-related household activities create humidity, which increases levels of moisture in the home’s environment. Proper building procedures have been developed to prevent moisture infiltration inside your walls, but some areas are more susceptible to wall moisture than others. Exterior walls are covered with a moisture barrier and siding, and interior walls typically have another

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