When a disaster strikes and destroys your residential or commercial property, it’s a difficult and stressful situation to deal with. Whether the property damage is done by water, mold, or a fire, you must act immediately. Learn what actions you need to take and who you need to call in the aftermath of a disaster.
With the summer season in full swing, we are already just days away from everyone’s favorite summer holiday, the 4th of July. The 4th of July is a great holiday for gathering with friends and family and it is one of the most popular holidays to host cookouts. If you are planning on hosting a cookout at your home and entertaining guests, it is a good idea to prepare your home by cleaning it up and taking actions to ensure that your 4th of July celebration is safe for all involved.
Considering the amount of damage that water can cause your property, it is easy to see why water extraction is a key component for water damage restoration services. To learn more about water extraction, continue reading for some frequently asked questions concerning water extraction, what water extraction entails, and why water extraction is an essential step in the water damage restoration process.
Fires of any scope result in soot damage. The fine soot particles contaminate the space destroyed by fire and require professional cleanup to circumvent the hidden, damaging effects.
Spring is the busiest season in the real estate market. Hope you will find the below tips helpful when selling or buying a house. One of the first things prospective buyers notice is your floors, so let us help you make a great first impression with a carpet or wood floor cleaning by SERVICEMASTER DAK. According to a survey conducted by the National Wood Flooring Association of real estate agents across the country, 82% agree that homes with wood floors sell faster and 90% agree that homes with wood floors sell for more money.
Finding a water leak – even a hidden one – is not as difficult as it may seem. You just need to be familiar with the most common signs of a water problem and know how to check for water leaks in a house.
The cold winter weather is finally leaving the Chicago area but as snow melts and spring rains start moving into the area, the risk for home flooding can increase. Flooding within a home can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of
If your fireplace is emitting smoke and fumes, read on to learn how fireplaces smoke up, what causes fireplace smoke, and how to resolve the problem.
Commercial operations come to an immediate standstill when sewer water floods the property. Cautious business owners can take steps to prevent sewer backups and respond prudently in the event a backup occurs.
The Chicago area is still experiencing frigid temperatures with wind chills that are bringing the temperature down below zero most nights. Temperatures this low can lead to several problems for homeowners, the biggest one being the potential for burst pipes.