Category Archives: Water Removal

How Can a Fire Lead to Water Damage?

Fires spread rapidly causing panic and chaos, but when it’s finally put out, it would appear that everything is fine. However, water from the hose creates significant damage which ultimately…

Why Should I be Worried about Cracks in my Foundation?

Homes settle over time as they age, but if you notice cracks in the foundation it’s time to be concerned. Since foundations are designed to withstand nature (even at its…

Avoiding Water Leaks in Your Kitchen

The kitchen acts as the hub of the home and is a place where families gather around to spend time together. If not properly maintained, the kitchen can be prone…

Gutters and Water Damage

The beautiful New England foliage may seem breathtaking but when it comes down to cleaning the gutters, it can be quite a mess removing those vivid leaves. When you don’t…

How Mold Affects Water Damage Restoration

Mold has become an increasingly popular topic of conversation, especially to property owners. While mold accrues in the South quite frequently due to humidity, New Englanders see their fair share…

What are the Requirements for Water Damage Restoration?

When it comes to water damage restoration, this task must be left to the professionals. There are a number of threats that come with this job including structural weakening and…

Common Causes of a Toilet Overflow

Toilet overflows cause major issues in the home, including both water damage and mold infestations. When the situation is not immediately remedied, water seeps into the ground and breeds mold….

How to Remove Wet Carpet from a Floor

Wet Carpet can be extremely heavy because of all of the moisture that it has soaked up due to flooding or leaking. To successfully restore a floor from water damage…

Removing Carpet Tack Strips from Concrete

If there is a major spill or flood in an area with carpeting, the water can seep very deeply into the floor through carpeting and padding into the concrete. If…

Panel Drying Systems for Flooded Hardwood Floors

How to Choose a Flood Drying System The Panel Drying System A panel drying system is common for drying out flooding and standing water on hardwood floors. Summer flooding is…