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San Diego Water Bed Damage

San Diego Water Bed Damage Water beds are great! However, when a water bed bursts, it can be a huge debacle involving, wet carpets, wet drywall, flooded flooring, etc. It is very important to clean a water bed flood properly, as the chemicals inside of water beds can be harmful to anyone in the home
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Sewage Clean Up San Diego

Sewage Clean Up San Diego Is your drain line broken? Is your sewer backed up? Is your toilet overflowing? Is a drain seeping into your basement or crawlspace? If any of these situations apply to you, you need local San Diego sewage clean up. What health illnesses and damage to your home will happen if your
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Preventing San Diego Kitchen Fires

Preventing San Diego Kitchen Fires A San Diego kitchen fire is a home disaster that is often very preventable; however, if you experience a kitchen fire, it is still tragic. It only takes a few fairly simple, preventative measures to avoid a kitchen fire and any associated fire damage. 1. Install a smoke detector and check it regularly A smoke detector
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Can BEPS Help US Tax Reform Tomorrow?

Can BEPS Help US Tax Reform Tomorrow?

John Saint-Amans, director of the Center for Tax Policy and Administration at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), says that regardless of the common agreement amongst many of the pitfalls and the emergent need for reform of the US corporate tax system, “the change for US corporate tax reform has been so far
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Rainwater Damage Insurance Claim

  What is a covered insurance claim loss with rainwater damage removal? How is it cleaned up? How is the water damage removed correctly? What are the steps? Guard against increasing your homeowners insurance rates. Here are the best steps to assess and remove the flood damage and ensure that you are not “dinged” by trying
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Removing Mold in a Tenant Occupied Building

  The relationship with landlord and tenant has many challenges. Each side has a large amount of responsibilities which results in a huge amount of liability. What happens when there is mold found in a tenant occupied building, home, or apartment? Who is responsible for the damages? What legal responsibilities does the landlord have to
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EPA Lead Paint Removal FAQ

The EPA regulates the certification of lead abatement contractors for lead-based paint practices during renovations, repair, and painting. This program is different than obtaining a license for full lead abatement which, for contractors in California, the certification and licensing is done through the California Department of Public Health, is mandated by the California Code of
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