Home Checklist to Prevent Water Damage

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Water that seeps into homes and saturates valuable household items results in disastrous water damage. Water-drenched furniture, electronics and appliances are expensive messes to clean up and restore. While water damage is ruinous, homeowners can take steps to prevent the calamities caused by the seemingly harmless agent—water. How Does Water Damage Affect the Home? Severe structural damage is the number … Read More

Step-by-Step Guide for Filing a Water Damage Insurance Claim

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Fort Wayne Custom – Guide for Filing a Water Damage Insurance Claim Experiencing property damage is a stressful situation to deal with but having insurance coverage can help make things a little easier for you. Insurance will cover repair and restoration costs to address the damage that your property has suffered; however, for such costs to be covered, you need … Read More

Effective Fireproofing Tips for Your Home

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With the amount of damage they can cause, fires have the potential to be one of the most destructive natural disasters. According to Insurance Information Institute, 4.5 millions are at high or extreme risk of wildfire. Not only do a fire’s flames consume everything in their path, but a fire also emits smoke and leaves behind corrosive byproducts that can … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to DIY Water Damage Repair

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The Ultimate Guide to DIY Water Damage Repair

Every year, floods kill more people than tornadoes and lightning combined. They can also inflict serious damage to homes and businesses, destroying walls, ceilings, floors, and other furnishings. When water makes contact with the drywall in your walls and ceilings, it can cause them to bulge and become discolored and it might weaken the material until your walls collapse and fall apart. … Read More

Types of Flood Water: Greywater and Blackwaste

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One of the worst things a homeowner can find in their home is a couple of feet of water.  Water damage is the most common type of property damage that homeowners experience and indoor flooding in particular can cause very extensive structural damage and lead to the presence of mold and mildew. When people discover flooding in their home, it … Read More

Mold Removal Costs and How to Save Money

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Even the smallest mold problem can grow into an overwhelming situation if it isn’t treated right away. But if you catch it in its earliest stages, you can save lots of time and money by removing it yourself. But unfortunately for others, the damage has already spread too far to use home remedies. These cases will require a mold removal … Read More

What to Do When Your Water Damage Claim Gets Denied?

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Insurance Claim Denied

So, you live in Northeastern Indiana, you renew your home owner’s insurance every year and hope you’d never have to use it. However, accidents happen – your Fort Wayne home suffered a water damage, you filed a claim with your insurance company and they denied it even though you did everything by the book. You filed a claim as soon … Read More

Inspect Your Home for Mold This Spring

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Inspect Your Home for Mold This Spring

Warm temps, melting snow and dewy grass are all signs that spring is near. Along with the joys that spring brings is a substantial increase in mold spores flying throughout the air. Rising temperatures make it easy for mold spores to flourish—along with tree blossoms and the pollen count. When the amount of mold spores intensifies in the great outdoors, … Read More

What to Do If You Have Frozen Pipes

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Water pipes have a good chance of freezing in the dead of winter, when the temperatures plummet and the outdoors even leave some parts of the indoors feeling a little like the arctic. It’s these icy parts in your home that call for attention. You home is likely to be heated to some degree throughout the winter months. A heated … Read More