Why Restoration Services Are Vital After Disaster Strikes

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Disasters can strike at any moment, leaving your home vulnerable to extensive water and fire damage. Whether it’s a natural disaster like a flood or a home accident that escalates into a full-blown fire, restoring your home to its former state can be a complex and stressful process. Professional restoration services play a pivotal role […]

Debunking tornado myths in the Land of Oz and how it helps to know the truth

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Kansas has become known for tornadoes since “The Wizard of Oz.” We probably have heard many truths and many myths about actual tornadoes. There are many myths and misconceptions, which at times may sound quite silly, about tornadoes, but they can put lives at risk. It’s important to be able to separate fact from fiction […]

Flooding and Water Damage: What should you do if it happens in your home? And how quickly should you do it?

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When water damage occurs, it is often shocking and surprising to people just what can be damaged. The extent of damage depends on the type of water intrusion that occurs as well as how long it takes for the water to be removed and for the area to be dried. With that being said, it is true that there are times when a water intrusion can occur when no one is home in Kansas or during an emergency, but the first action remains the same.

With winter approaching, what should you do when you turn on your heater and it stinks?

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We’ve all experienced this, and in time the unpleasant stinky odor will dissipate. This dissipating odor is normally caused because most heaters are dormant half of the year in Salina, Kansas, only to be turned on when the weather starts to turn cold. While the heaters have been dormant, dust may settle, and that can cause an unpleasant odor that does eventually go away. But what if the odor doesn’t go away or begins to smell worse?