When your basement or crawl space floods, the source of the water intrusion dictates whether or not your insurance policy covers the loss.
You may think you can clean up minor water damage on your own. Read on to learn about some common pitfalls related to DIY water damage restoration.
A qualified water mitigation technician will rely on moisture meters to determine where drying equipment should be placed and how long it needs to run.
Knowing some general dos and don’ts for fire damage restoration can help streamline the process and remove some of the stress.
Water damage isn't always a sudden flood. Sometimes water leaks can cause the same level of destruction as emergency water damage. Here are the signs to look for.
Using the right word for your water damage from your first call with the insurance company may mean the difference between a covered loss and out-of-pocket expense.
Property owners get to choose who is hired to perform work on their properties. This article describes some basic characteristics to look for when deciding who will be the best choice.
This article explains exactly what happens during the structural dryout portion of your water damage restoration.