Busted Water Heater

When the water heater in the attic above the hallway burst, it caused water damage to the rooms below. The homeowner said, Your team’s services were great. I’m going to miss you guys. You know you’ve done a good job restoring a property when a disaster-stricken homeowner tells us they are going to miss the […]

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Disaster Restoration Process – Fruit Cove House Fire

The total loss experienced in this Fruit Cove house fire was devastating. Our disaster restoration team was there for the homeowner from the beginning, from documenting the damage and estimating restoration costs, through the reconstruction process to the final day we welcomed them back into their home.

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Dryer Fire Prevention Tips

Stop and think, when was the last time you cleaned your dryer vent? Did you know? Every year 15,000 fires are caused by accidental dryer vent ignition? Dryer fires annually result in more than 50 deaths, 380 injuries, and $236 million in direct property damage? Routine dryer vent cleanings will outweigh the energy costs of […]

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The Importance of a Disaster Restoration Team

As property managers, we know you have a lot to do, so we want to help ease your responsibilities in the case a disaster – natural or manmade – should strike your properties. It’s important to have a disaster restoration team on your side during the insurance inspection and reconstruction process. We will work directly […]

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Storm Facts to Remember

Even with today being the first day of Fall, we’re not out of the clear yet with hurricane season.  How storm savvy are you? Do you know these top storm facts? 1. Don’t assume you’re safe because you live inland — high winds and flooding can cause severe damage to your inland home. • Flooding is […]

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Completed December 2013 This 1925 historic Avondale home was in need of a master bath face lift. The previous owners had added on a master bath that was quite contemporary in taste, with pink sinks, countertops, tub and tiles, which did not suit the historic features, the classic architecture of this home, or the new […]

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