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Water Mitigation and Restoration

Water damage can originate by different sources such as a broken dishwasher hose, a washing machine overflow, a dishwasher leakage, broken/leaking pipes, flood waters, groundwater seepage, building envelope failures (leaking roof, windows, doors, siding, etc.) and clogged toilets.

Water damage restoration is often prefaced by a loss assessment and evaluation of affected materials. The damaged area is inspected with water sensing equipment such as probes and other infrared tools in order to determine the source of the damage and possible extent of areas affected. Emergency mitigation services are the first order of business. Controlling the source of water, removal of non-salvageable materials, water extraction and pre-cleaning of impacted materials are all part of the mitigation process. Restoration services would then be rendered to the property in order to dry the structure, stabilize building materials, sanitize any affected or cross-contaminated areas, and deodorize all affected areas and materials. After the labor is completed, water damage equipment including air movers, air scrubbers, dehumidifiers, wood floor drying systems, and sub-floor drying equipment is left in the residence. The goal of the drying process is to stabilize the moisture content of impacted materials below 15%, the generally accepted threshold for microbial amplification. Industry standards state that drying vendors should return at regular time intervals, preferably every twenty-four hours, to monitor the equipment, temperature, humidity, and moisture content of the affected walls and contents

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Fire/Smoke/Soot Restoration

Fire damage refers to the physical damage to a property as a result of burning. This damage may either be directly caused by the flames or could occur due to smoke and other corrosive substances emitted by the fire, soot.

Soot is a black powdery or flaky substance consisting largely of amorphous carbon, produced by the incomplete burning of organic matter. Soot can enter your body through inhalation, ingestion or via the skin and eyes. These toxic particles can cause breathing issues, including asthma, bronchitis, coronary heart disease, and even cancer. Infants, the elderly, and those who already have breathing problems are the most affected


Fire damage restoration is the act of cleaning and restoring property as well as personal belongings that have sustained smoke or fire damage. The goal of fire damage restoration 

services is to salvage damaged items and restore your home so that it can once again be inhabited

  1. Confirm the Property Is Stabilized and Is Safe to Enter. 

  2. Minimize Damage. 

  3. Remove Soot and Debris. 

  4. Remove Personal Possessions Too Damaged to Restore. 

  5. Eliminate Excess Water and Dry Wet Surfaces. (water mitigation)

  6. Begin Deodorizing, Deep Cleaning and Removing Stains.

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Mold Remediation

Since microscopic mold spores exist naturally almost everywhere, indoors and outdoors, removing all mold from a home or business is impossible. Some restoration businesses advertise “mold removal” and even guarantee to remove all mold.

Mold remediation focuses on getting mold levels back to normal, natural levels.

Mold Remediation requires extensive knowledge and understanding of the proper processes and the inherent pitfalls. For this reason, it is strongly recommended to contract with an experienced Mold Remediation Company that specializes in that service.

Imagine your remodeling contractor is in the middle of a renovation and discovers mold. What do you do now? Can your remodeling contractor "take care of" the mold too? Is he qualified?

Maybe your remodeling contractor is even claiming to know how to address the mold issue properly or saying they've "done it before". Do they really know what they're doing? Is there any reason to be concerned? Should you seek out a separate company specializing in Mold Remediation?

The fact is, while your contractor may do great work, he's not prepared for or properly trained to perform Mold Remediation.

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Trauma & Crime Scene Cleanup

Crime scene cleanup is a term applied to forensic cleanup of blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious materials. It is also referred to as biohazard remediation, and forensic cleanup, because crime scenes are only a portion of the situations in which biohazard cleaning is needed.

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 Moving Services

Full-service movers will come to your home at the agreed time when your belongings are properly prepared for shipping, the movers will take them out of your property and secure them in the moving truck.

The cost of your move will depend on a number of factors including distance traveled, weight of belongings, move date, labor costs and any additional services needed such as insurance or packing.

Other facts to take in count:

1. Packing labor + Packing supplies

2. Moving insurance

3. Fee for disassembly and re-assembly of furniture

4. Charge for handling bulky items

5. Long carry fees

6. Move cancellation fee

7.Express delivery fee

8.Extra stops charges – fees for extra

9.Travel fee

10.Hoisting fee

11. Environmental charge (disposal fee)

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