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Abbotts Water Damage Emergency Action Guide

By |December 11th, 2019|Blog, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Water damage|

When flooding strikes, you have to act fast to minimize water damage. The water is rising. What do you do? First, call Abbotts Fire and Flood Restoration to get help on the way. Then follow Abbotts water emergency action guidelines. Abbotts Fire and Flood Restoration will clean up and repair your flooded

Water Damage Tip #8 – Ventilate

By |September 23rd, 2015|Blog, Damage Restoration, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Mold, Water damage|

Get Started on This Step Right Away This tip is crucial to minimizing your water damage and helping to recover quickly. Ventilation enables water to evaporate faster, which helps reduce the damage and prevent other issues, like mold infestation. We'll bring specialized equipment, including high-speed, high-capacity fans. But you can get started on this crucial

Water Damage Tip #5: Document Damage

By |July 13th, 2015|Blog, Damage Restoration, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Insurance, Mold, Water damage|

This Step Is Critical Documenting your damage is of particular importance when you have flooding from weather or plumbing leaks, so important that we’ve broken this critical property protection step out of our blog post Water Damage? Follow These 10 Tips and expanded it. Water Damage Tip #5 – Document Damage After carefully assessing

REPORT: Flooded Homes Now Face Mold Concern (NEWS VIDEO)

By |June 18th, 2015|Blog, Carpet Cleaning, community support, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Insurance, Mold, Natural Disaster, Press, Water damage|

It seems like Abbotts is becoming almost a nightly fixture in Denver news. Listen to our President, Travis explain the mold risks Coloradans are facing following all the recent rain.

Water Damage? Follow These 10 Tips

By |June 12th, 2015|Blog, Damage Restoration, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Mold, Water damage|

Your property is flooded. What Next? Water damage from flooding or plumbing issues like frozen, ruptured pipes can present harrowing challenges. It’s hard to know what to do first when the water recedes. Act fast and follow these tips after the water recedes to minimize damage and make the process of restoring your property

2016 Winterization Starts Now

By |January 8th, 2015|Blog, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Mold, Natural Disaster, Water damage|

Frozen but not ruptured? You may not be so lucky next time. Let’s look forward to August: The sun was hot today, but there was shade along the trail, and you laughed with friends a million miles away from the cold of winter. Still, you know it’s time to start prepping your

Forecasters Predict Harsh Winter: Is Your Home and Business Ready?

By |October 21st, 2014|Blog, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage|

Forecasters are predicting a harsh 2014 winter with above-average snowfall and below-average temperatures. We’re experts at cleaning and restoring property after disasters. But we’re human, and seeing so many good people going through tough times takes its toll. That’s why we want to help as many people avoid property disaster as we can. We’ve

10 Tips for Clean Carpets

By |October 14th, 2014|Blog, Carpet Cleaning, Do it Yourself|

Carpet fibers are virtually magnetic, grabbing dust and contaminants literally from thin air, on top of whatever people drag in. When they become saturated, simply walking on them throws all sorts of nasty contaminants back into the air for you, your family or your employees to breathe in. Add moisture to this situation, and

Abbotts Water Damage Emergency Action Guide

By |September 14th, 2014|Blog, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Water damage|

When flooding strikes, you have to act fast to minimize water damage. The water is rising. What do you do? First, call Abbotts Fire and Flood Restoration to get help on the way. Then follow Abbotts water emergency action guidelines. Abbotts Fire and Flood Restoration will clean up and repair your flooded

Stay High and Dry With These Sump Pump Tips

By |July 1st, 2014|Blog, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage|

Imagine this: You wake up one June morning after a gnarly night of fierce thunderstorms. The sun is shining, and the remaining rain looks more like dew sparkling outside your kitchen window as you enjoy your coffee and think to yourself, “It’s gonna be a good day.” You’re still thinking the day is going