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How to Make a Fire Escape Plan
Fire Restoration October 17, 2014

How to Make a Fire Escape Plan

According to a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) survey, only one of every three American households have developed and practiced a home fire escape plan.  One-third of American households who […]

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Fire Safety Checklist
Fire Restoration October 8, 2014

Fire Safety Checklist

We are already halfway through National Fire Prevention Week and we want to advise you to take personal responsibility and prepare long before a fire threatens your home and your […]

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Restoration Response: Fire vs. Water

Fire damage restoration and water damage restoration are two very different types of jobs, so it’s no surprise that they need to be approached by the responding restorers accordingly. Now […]

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EPA Lead-Safe Rules

In April 2010, the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rules (RRP) went into effect regarding renovation, repair and restoration in homes and other structures that might contain lead paint. Since […]

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Common Misconceptions about Mitigation and Restoration

Over the years, there has been an abundance of misconceptions and non-truths involving property damage and restoration procedures. Professional restoration companies are trained to see beyond the misconceptions and misinformation […]

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Fire Restoration May 19, 2011

Tobacco and Smoke Odor Removal

Restoration professionals are often asked if they are able to remove cigarette or tobacco smoke odors. For instance, a home may need to be deodorized when it is being sold; […]

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