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From 2014-2018, United States fire departments dealt with an average of 200 home fires that were started by Christmas trees per year. The damages of these fires were about $10 million in direct property damages annually, about 2 deaths, and about 14 injuries. All of this can be avoided by employing some basic safety measures to prevent your Christmas tree from catching on fire. Written by William Sergio
BioResponse Restoration is happy to announce that we have teamed up with several different companies and charities to give back to the community. This year we have decided to work with Patches PPEC, Stunna’s Fit Gifts for Kids, St. Alban’s Child Care, and Be the Light Foundation. These handpicked charities provide much-needed resources and services directly to those in need. Written by William Sergio
Rescue Rob is the spokesperson of BioResponse Restoration. Rescue Rob was created to represent strength, courage, honor, integrity, intelligence, hard work, and resilience. When you are dealing with mold, water damage, or biohazards it requires a certain type of person to handle these tough situations. BioResponse Restoration was created to help families and businesses.
Full Disclosure: Rescue Rob is not a real person and is not actually running for any office. We are trying to tie the election to something positive and offer a distraction from all the chaos that is currently taking place around the world. We are also trying to bring awareness to our company which does great work and provides excellent service. Written by William Sergio
Coronavirus Update. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has completely changed the way we live our lives. It has forced everyone to take more precautions. Here are 10 different ways to protect yourself and others. Written by William Sergio
Buying or Selling a Moldy House: A mold inspection should be done by a professional and in Florida, a licensed Mold Assessor. Written by William Sergio.
Know the coverage on your homeowners insurance. Most water damage is covered if it is sudden and accidental, but flooding is not included in your standard homeowners insurance policy. Written by William Sergio.
If you are a homeowner dealing with damage to your residence due to a burglary, natural disaster, water pipe break, fire or if you find mold growing in your home, you may want to consider filing a home insurance claim.
People are panicking over the coronavirus (covid19) epidemic, and though the virus seems to spread quickly, most of the infected individuals have made a full recovery, within a few weeks. According to the World health organization, the global fatality rate appears to be between 3-4%. There are simple ways you can protect yourself, and the people around you from contracting the virus.
In order for mold to develop, three things are necessary, mold spores, moisture, and organic material. Although you might not see them, the air carries millions of microscopic mold spores in search of a suitable environment to begin its life cycle. Mold is a fungus, and like most fungi, they thrive in wet, humid environments.
Not only does mold damage the material that it lives on, but if left unresolved, a small mold problem could also quickly develop into something much more severe. Mold is not just unattractive and smelly, but it can cause long-term damage to your property and your health.
Nobody wants to experience a home flood. But with increasingly volatile weather patterns and more homes reaching their retirement age in the US, a home flood is one of the most likely disasters you are may encounter. If you suddenly find your home or apartment in deep water, there are a few steps to take to ensure your safety, and that will make the aftermath a little easier.
Mold can grow in the dark places we can’t see, but it can also hide in items we use every single day. Mold grows in your walls, ceilings, windows, floors, furniture, insulation, air ducts, basements, and even clothes.