A common misunderstanding, however, has to do with who you can hire as a restoration contractor. Do I have to use the contractor suggested by my insurance agent/company? If I select a different contractor will I still be covered? We answer these questions, here.
Strong rains and heavy Wisconsin snowfall can create a flooding and water damage problem to your home. What is your home’s first line of defense against heavy rainfall and water concerns? The gutters, of course. Maintaining your gutters throughout the year will give you peace of mind, and keep water where it’s supposed to be: outside and channeling away from your home’s foundation.
Living in Wisconsin, you can expect heavy winter storms and snowfall. Often, these storms wreak havoc on your home and property, and there’s little that you can do about it in the moment. There are, however, precautions you can take in order to limit the amount of damage done to your home, specifically the roof.
The harsh winter temperatures can cause some big damage if you don't take precautions and prepare your pipes for the winter weather. Here's a great infographic with some things to consider.
Many people say they are thankful to have a roof over their heads. Yes, it keeps the elements at bay, but you should be thankful for your gutters too! They take on all of the water that runs off your roof and keeps your home safe from these six problems.
Whether through a flood, storm, burst pipe, or other means, water damage in the home can lead to even greater problems. It is essential that this is attended to as soon as possible to prevent costly repairs in the future. Know the signs of water damage, whether you are moving into a home new to you, or noticing these problems with the home you currently live in.
Water damage is a serious problem that requires a fast response in order to prevent structural damage and mold growth. Even a small amount of sitting water can be very destructive to the structure and contents of your home. Because…
Spring and summer are the perfect times to run a sprinkler. Your lawn will typically get most of its moisture naturally during fall and winter, but it still needs to stay hydrated during the hotter months. Make sure you use these four tips to check your sprinkler this spring.
Water damage is a serious threat to both your family and your home. But what about your valuables? Though it might be an emergency situation, we still believe that you can save the things you value in addition to your…
Water damage can occur from just about anything that directly or indirectly produces moisture. Everything from a broken pipe and overflowing sink to a gradual leak or heavy rains can lead to water damage. One important thing to understand about…