What is your emergency?

  • Water

    Water Damage

    1

    SHUT OFF THE WATER SOURCE WHEN POSSIBLE

    Turn off the circuit breakers supplying electricity to wet areas.

    2

    Remove Electrical Devices

    Unplug and remove any small electrical devices currently located on wet carpet.

    3

    Assist With Drying

    Circulate air for maximum drying by opening windows in cool weather or turning on the air conditioning in warm weather.

  • Fire

    Fire Damage

    1

    Ventilate

    Open windows for ventilation.

    2

    Contain the Damage

    Contain the damage by shutting doors in the affected area and placing towels under the door to prevent the airborne soot particles and odor from spreading.

    3

    Turn of Heating/Cooling System

    In the event of contained fire/smoke damage, IMMEDIATELY turn off your heating/cooling system to prevent airborne soot particles from infiltrating through out your home. Change the furnace filter.

  • Smoke

    Smoke Damage

    1

    Change HVAC Filters

    Change HVAC filters and tape double layers of cheesecloth over registers.

    2

    Limit the Damage

    Cover upholstered furniture with sheets to prevent additional soiling.

    3

    Inspect Food Items

    Inventory and discard canned or packaged foods or beverages close to the fire.

  • Mold

    Mold Damage

    1

    Health Concerns

    Potential health effects and symptoms associated with mold exposures include allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory complaints.

    2

    Control Moisture

    There is no practical way to eliminate all molds and mold spores in the indoor environment; the way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture.

    3

    Dry Materials

    Clean and dry any damp or wet building materials and furnishings within 24-48 hours to prevent
    mold growth.

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Our Mission is to serve residential and commercial property owners who have experienced a disaster by providing the necessary emergency service damage control and follow-up repairs. We offer a wide range of services including but not limited to water damage, fire damage, smoke damage, indoor air quality, mold remediation, large loss, CAT loss, storm damage, sewage damage, vandalism and much more.

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