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Fire Damage Restoration: The Basics You Need To Know

When you hear a house fire has broken out on the local Worcester new station you may feel sympathy for the homeowner and go about your day. But when a fire breaks out in your own Worcester home is understandably overwhelming, but the restoration process can be even more so. Understanding where to begin and […]

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Seven Places In Your Home Where A Fire Is Most Likely To Start

Anywhere in your home has the potential to be a place where a devastating house fire begins. However, some parts of your home are far more conducive to fires than are others. As a homeowner, it is important for you to understand which parts of your home these are and what you can do to […]

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Where There’s Smoke…There’s Fire (And Smoke Odor)

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), your household has a one in four chance of having a home fire large enough to be reported to a fire department during an average lifetime. Fires affect more than just areas you can see. Soot and smoke can damage furnishings, documents, ventilation systems, and electronics while […]

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Facts and Myths about Mold and Mildew

There are ways to detect and deal with mold and mildew differently and it is important that you know the difference to avoid injury or sickness. Here are some facts and myths of mold and mildew to help you know the difference, but if you are ever in any doubt, contact a professional mold removal […]

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Preventing Household Fires

Though the U.S. Fire Administration reports a decrease in fires and fire-related deaths since 2006, there were still over 1.3 million fires reported in 2015 and 3,280 reported fire-related deaths, and The National Fire Protection Association reports that U.S. fire departments respond to 358,500 home structure fires every year on average. These are hard statistics to hear […]

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Do Not DIY A Fire Damage Cleanup

When a fire damage event occurs, many homeowners want to jump in right away to begin the cleanup and restoration process. Although it is great to have this ambition and even greater to act fast, it is also important not to rush into it headfirst without knowing the ins and outs of fire damage restoration. […]

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5 Common Mold Myths

Mold is all around us, there is no escaping it. When it comes to mold there is a lot of misinformation floating around out there. Just mentioning the word mold can send people into a state of panic. Mold can be a serious problem, but with a little common sense and the right information, you […]

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Dangers of Water Damage from Sewage

When a sewage backup occurs, a lot of home and business owners are motivated to try to clean up the spill on their own. Armed with a mop, bucket and perhaps some bleach, tackling a sewage cleanup might seem within the capabilities of DIY-ers who wish to save some money and deal with the problem […]

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Three Long-Term Health Risks Caused by Fire

Apart from the actual danger of the heat and smoke from a fire, the long-term health effects that can be caused by fires are very serious. The problems may range from just minor respiratory problems to fatal ones such as cancer. Although much of the long-term damages to one’s health occurs in the midst of […]

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Stay Dry! Basement Flood Prevention Tips

Basements can be used as storage space or finished to make a warm, beautiful, new living space in your home. One of the most expensive crises that a homeowner in the Worcester and Middlesex areas can experience is a flooded basement. While we may not get hurricanes here, water leaking through concrete, stone, block or […]