Smoke Damage

A house fire is sadly always possible, kitchen flare ups, closed fireplace flues, electrical fires or even an over cooked dinner can cause them and with this, come issues such as smoke damage and these can wreak havoc on a home. Usually, smoke damage tends to affect a house’s living room or kitchen area. When this type of damage occurs and is not immediately dealt with, homeowners will eventually deal with breathing problems that can especially affect children and older adults. And the longer the problem sits, the more it will soak into walls, carpets and furniture.
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What to Do After an Active Rainy Season?

Home owners today are probably thinking that maybe they imagined that the rain was worse during September in Florida. Well, reports finally came in and Floridians just endured the most rain activity since September since 2004. So it’s important for people to know and follow some tips in checking just how well their home held up after any serious storm.

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What to do after a Fire?

Going through a fire is a frightening experience. However, it’s important to have a plan for the aftermath of such an event.

1. Do Not Enter the building until you’ve been told that it’s safe to do so.
-You need to make sure that the fire is extinguished before you go in and that the authorities have checked out the site and know if it’s safe.

2. If the building is too damaged you may not be able to enter it at all
-If there’s damage to the structure, it might not be possible to enter the building.

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