A Saco, Maine resident was devastated when she was told that her bookstore was contaiminated with mold. She could not have customers and workers in a potentially dangerous environment. Mold might get someone sick, not to mention the structural damage to her store. Professional mold cleanup and remediation services were in order.
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Hurricane season, which runs from the first of June through the end of November, is well underway. In New England the peak season for hurricanes is during the month of September. From storm damage as a result of high winds to rising water levels and coastal surges, it isn’t unusual to experience property damage from hurricanes this time of year. Those living on the coasts are particularly vulnerable to damage from a hurricane. However, everyone should take some necessary precautions when one of these powerful storms is passing through.
Dealing with smoke odor removal after fire damage can be a hassle for any business owner, but it was especially annoying for a New Hampshire warehouse owner. The smoke odor made the environment difficult for employees to continue to work, and production was steadily declining which sent the business owner into a panic. Because the unforeseen fire disaster was quickly taken care of—he thought the situation was under control, but the lingering smoke odor and frustrated employees told a different story. After a week of persistent employee complaints, the owner decided to call a professional team of experts to help with smoke odor removal.
Sewer damage is an emergency that has to be immediately dealt with. One citizen of Manchester, New Hampshire (NH) knows this too well. A blocked sewer line in his house burst, causing water damage and risk of disease from the contaminated water. It happened without warning, and he was thankfully prepared enough to have a number (603-641-6555) for an experienced and professional water and sewer damage cleanup company on hand to call right away. Despite having been a homeowner for decades, he felt flustered and overwhelmed by the situation, and immediately contacting professionals helped him to calm down.
The disaster cleanup and restoration industry has grown to a multi-billion dollar business nationwide. Extreme weather and natural disasters have accelerated this industry’s expansion. Damage restoration firms are popping up left-and-right and it is getting harder for consumers to decipher who to work with and who to trust. Most of the services rendered after a fire or flood end up as insurance claims. As a result some insurance companies try to guide policy holders towards using certain companies or national franchises. As a local policy holder in Exeter, New Hampshire it is vital for you to realize that you can choose your own fire and water damage restoration professional to work with. This article offers some points on how to choose the best disaster restoration contractor for you.
When disaster strikes your Merrimack, New Hampshire (NH) property you want to be prepared. Soil-Away specializes in emergency disaster restoration services. This article provides a few quick tips to help property owners respond with confidence and peace-of-mind when their home or business has sustained damage. For additional advice or to arrange for emergency disaster cleanup services call the team at Soil-Away (603-641-6555).
For many homeowners just the words “Hurricane Season” can send them into a panic, and understandably so. In recent years we have seen, and many have experienced, the damage that a hurricane or powerful storm can do to a home. However, there are some steps you can take to protect your home during this tumultuous season.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) states that clothes dryers account for over 15,000 fires annually. Fires can materialize when lint accumulates in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. Dryer lint can hinder the flow of air causing extreme heat conditions resulting in a fire.
According to data compiled by the U.S. Fire Administration, lack of maintenance is the main contributing factor to dryer fires, Dryer vents congested by lint may cause elevated temperatures sufficient to kindle the lint or nearby combustibles. By practicing these simple safety tips the possibility of having a dryer fire caused can be largely decreased.
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The flooded house cleanup services were wrapping up at the Derry, New Hampshire (NH) home. The water damage restoration crew from Soil-Away just completed their final inspection. The commercial air movers and dehumidifiers could now be removed. The once flooded house was now completely cleaned and dry. Life for the Derry homeowners was back to normal. It was a position that they thought impossible just three days prior when they came home to massive water damage. A hot water tank failed in the basement while no one was home. The finished basement was a mess. Fortunately they found Soil-Away to perform the flooded house cleanup services at a moment’s notice.
The majority of household flooding and water damage is directly related to failed plumbing and broken appliances. Something as simple as a water supply line on a refrigerator can cause tens-of-thousands of dollars of damage to a kitchen. So what can you do to avoid flooding and water damage from broken appliances? Below we list five ways to help prevent and minimize damages at your home.