While most of us are accustomed to receiving an upfront quote any time we have work done on our home, it’s not always possible to provide water damage mitigation estimates. Whether we first supply an estimate really depends. For one thing, insurance companies don’t require water damage mitigation estimates until the work is complete. It would be impossible to give one in advance due to how quickly things change and the time that may be required to successfully complete a job. Another reason ismore
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Green Clean Restoration and Cleaning Services Earns Esteemed 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Green Clean Restoration and Cleaning Services has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2015. “We are honored to have received the 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award. Knowing we are supporting people by restoring the damage donemore
Your house has standing water in it. Do you know what to do? Many homeowners think all you need to do is get it out. If only it were that simple. Water damage restoration is not an easy task. Those who think they can save money by doing it themselves might be short-changing their budget, health, or safety. Here’s why: Restoration from a water event must be dealt with quickly and properly. If not, you might find yourself spending more than you think for do-over repairs. Mistake #1 Waitingmore
Remember that feeling of excitement when you bought your first home? How about that sense of independence? I remember driving to the mortgage broker’s office to sign our lives away. My wife and I dreaded it, yet the possibilities thrilled us almost more than we could imagine:more
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Thinking of buying a new home? Maybe you’ve found a beautiful one that’s perfect except there are a few problems. If you have to remove mold from a house before you will be comfortable living in it, caveat emptor. Mold may not be ‘the next asbestos,’ but it can cause more problems than you might realize. You can’t always see them until later. Then it may not be possible to repair problems it's caused. Nobody wants to lose a house that’s just rightmore
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