How To Inventory Your Home For Disaster Planning

It’s a horrible thought and hopefully, you will never file an insurance claim for flood damage restoration or fire restoration or some other disaster.  However, if something does happen, you will want a complete inventory of all of your personal belongings. It’s important to Inventory items such as furniture, artwork, antiques, heirlooms, appliances and

How Mold Remediation Specialists Find and Eradicate Mold (Part 2)

In part 1 of our mold remediation report, we talked about what to expect when you think you have a mold problem and call in a mold testing and remediation specialist. We discussed testing procedures and outlined what a professional mold specialist would look for and report. Your mold specialist will report moisture intrusion,

Unpredictable Winter Could Bring Flood Cleanup

Flood Cleanup: When it Rains, it Pours With El Niño and La Niña dancing a probability Tango, it’s impossible to predict the weather for San Diego’s coming winter. But a number of models for both El Niño and La Niña hint at a wet winter for the region, which always means the threat of flooding

How Do I Know If I Have Mold Damage In My Home?

  Hunt Down Mold Damage Before You Have a Huge Problem On Your Hands Finding out that there is mold damage in your home can make you feel frustrated, overwhelmed, or even disgusted. Before you take drastic measures like setting the house ablaze, let us help you with some tips on how to figure out

By |August 31st, 2016|Blog, Mold|

Get Ahead of Wet Winter: San Diego Flood Cleanup

Don’t Avoid the Issue It’s not fun to think about unfortunate events. No one wants to imagine a disaster that leaves their home or business devastated, bursting with foul mud and water that destroys everything it touches. But we live in a near-paradise that, from time to time, exacts a price in exchange for its

San Diego Flood Damage Cleanup and Your Safety

Flood Damage Cleanup Starts With Safety When it rains, it pours in San Diego. And when the waters recede, we’re confronted with a monumental flood damage cleanup job. So, often exhausted by our fight to hold back the water and mud seeking to overrun our homes and businesses, we begin picking up the pieces. This

Sewage Cleanup Not for the Squeamish

From the start, here’s a safety point: Handling sewage cleanup yourself can expose you and others to potentially deadly microorganisms. No kidding. So make sure you wear protective outer wear (available in hardware stores) and decontaminate yourself and any tools you use in the sewage cleanup process with antimicrobial products that can kill such dangerous

By |August 15th, 2016|Blog, sewage cleanup|

What You Should Know About Water Damage Cleanup

San Diego Water Damage Cleanup Means Mud In the summertime, we get fires. Then we get rain (the Pacific is a big ocean, after all). Then we get floods. And mud. So that’s the first thing you need to know if you have water damage to cleanup in Southern California: you could be cleaning up

By |August 10th, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized|