Get Professional Help for Flood Damage Restoration

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Anyone who has ever had a flood in their home or business can tell you it is one of the worst ordeals you can live through. Stress levels are elevated as you try to answer myriad questions. How can I stop the flood? How can I get rid of all the water? How can I save my valuables? How will I restore my property? Will I be able to afford it? A flood and its aftermath is a serious issue. You need professional help. Of you want to minimize the damage to your building and belongings, you should get immediate help
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Posted on May 15th, 2014 by FloodMed

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Warning Signs That You Have Mold in Your Home

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Mold can get into homes and grow quickly through the walls and into air ducts. It is best to get rid of the mold as fast as possible to lower the health effects it may have on your family. But how do you know if you have mold in your home? There are five ways to tell if mold is growing in your house. Mold Odor - If you have a suspicious odor that just won't go away, chances are it is mold. Mold will smell musty and earthy and the smell will be constant. See the Mold - Mold has many
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Posted on April 28th, 2014 by FloodMed

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How to Keep Black Mold Out of Your Home

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Not all black molds are created equal – some are harmless while others can be toxic to animals and humans. Stachybotrys is a type of toxic black mold that you may have heard about. It can grow in houses and can be quite toxic to family members and pets. Toxic black mold is a greenish-black color and is usually slimy due to a wet layer on top. However, if it is relatively dry, it can also appear dry and powdery. The only way to tell is the black mold in your home is toxic is to have an expert examine it
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Posted on April 7th, 2014 by FloodMed

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Should You Buy Home Flood Insurance?

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Most homeowners understand the importance of homeowners insurance, but many have no idea that floods are not usually covered under their regular policy. Without separate flood insurance, you could lose everything if a flood destroys your home. The National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 led to the creation of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which identifies areas of high flood hazard, establishes insurance rates, and helps provide insurance for structures and contents damaged in a flood. As with all types of insurance, there are several different levels of protection. One option for many homeowners is
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Posted on February 21st, 2014 by FloodMed

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How to Save Your Home After a Flood

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No matter which part of the country you live in, the possibility of a flood exists. You don't have to live along the coast or adjacent to one of the nation's great rivers to be a potential flood victim. Small rivers can overflow their banks, hurricanes can travel hundreds of miles inland, and ferocious rainstorms can hit every corner of the country. Mother nature is not the only thing that can cause flooding; damaged levies or dams, a broken water heater, a leaky pipe, or damage to a city's water pipe outside the home can cause potential floods
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Posted on February 21st, 2014 by FloodMed

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How to Find the Right Home Flood and Fire Restoration Services

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Fires and floods are two of the greatest fears of a homeowner. Both can completely destroy your home and all of your possessions. Even if a home is only partially damaged by a fire or a flood, emotional and financial issues can last for many years after the incident. When a home is partially damaged by a fire or a flood, it means that the homeowner needs to salvage their possessions, replace lost or damaged items, and restore and rebuild their home. Restoration After a Fire A fire can cause burn, smoke, heat, or even water
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Posted on February 21st, 2014 by FloodMed

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