American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC, wants to remind you that the fall season is in full swing in New Mexico and temperatures are bound to drop very soon as winter approaches. With cold winter temperatures, come fireplaces, candles, baking, and…the risk of fire.
Get ready for a cold winter New Mexico! Although you may be ready for thick fuzzy socks and pumpkin spice lattes after the hot summer we’ve had, your cold toes shouldn’t be the only things you are keeping warm this winter. That’s right! American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC reminds you that water pipes in your home need to be kept warm throughout the biting cold winter in order to avoid a disastrous flood situation.
The temperatures are dropping and the days are getting shorter, which means the holidays are upon us once again. The hustle and bustle of the season, and its numerous activities and decorations, have the potential for dangerous situations if precautions aren’t taken. Here are a few quick tips from American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC to keep you and your family safe throughout the holidays.
So, how do you know just how safe you are with water damage? American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC can tell you—based on their Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) training, certification, and knowledge.