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Part 2: The Low-Down About Water Damage, Including Why Water Damage Restoration is Necessary (#5 is really creative and practical)

Surprising fact #1: 37% of homeowners claim losses from water damage.[1] Surprising fact #2: Your washing machine supply hoses will fail 8.7 years from first purchasing your washing machine.[2] And, to top it off, 75% of water heaters fail by year 12.[3] Yep, water damage resulting from appliances is fairly common. Which is why we …

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Part 1: The Low-Down About Water Damage, Including Why Water Damage Restoration is Necessary (Some Causes Will Surprise You)

14,000 people in the U.S. experience a water damage emergency at work or home per day. 98% of U.S. basements will experience some form of water damage within their lifespan. And 250 gallons of water can leak from a one-eighth inch pipe crack in a day. What we’re trying to say is that water damage …

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Would YOU Recommend That Company?

Word-of-mouth is the finest form of advertising. Satisfied customers who tell their friends how well your team treated them or that the quality of your work exceeded their expectations – well, those people are priceless assets to your company. And feedback from clients help shape and fine-tune your services. Businesses can live or die based …

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When the Storm Turns Your Fairy Tale into a Nightmare

Disaster approaches much like the wolf visiting the three little pigs – huffing and puffing and blowing your house down. Or pouring its way in as a flood. Or with cracklings and bitter burnings. Perhaps something as simple yet unpredictable as a sewer backup, or something winter-related like frozen water pipes. When the storm turns …

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