How to Cleanup a Dishwasher Flood

The first step to clean up is to shut the machine off and, if needed, turn the water off to the home to stop further flooding. Most homes have a main water shut off. Many are located in garages or near water heaters. If that can’t be located or you are part of a condo,…

5 Ways to Prevent Flood Damage in Homes

1. Water supply valves:  check your supply line valves yearly by a plumber (bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, etc) 2. Water supply hoses:  use metal braided supply hoses instead of lesser quality plastic hoses (toilets, washing machines, etc) 3. Drip pans:  use a drip pan with an attached drain line for hot water heaters & reverse…

How to Build Containment for Flood Restoration & Dust Control

Containing dust and debris during restoration work is a top priority for us. We realize that most times during restoration work that there are occupants of the building or home that need access while we are doing the work. Additionally, containing the area of the work eliminates contamination of the rest of the building. Containment…

Restoration: Detect Water Leaks, Dry Floods, & Contain Dust

Detecting water damage in homes can be frustrating for homeowners. Sometimes it is an issue where a pipe was placed into a slab when a home was built and a rupture happens and causes a slow or sudden flood of water from seemingly nowhere. Other times it can be a slow or fast leak around…