American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC likes to spotlight its members from time to time, and we’d like to introduce Heavon Fegan and Dave Smith, the roofing-sales team leaders at American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC. Experts at providing roof estimates and working with insurance adjusting firms, they attribute their success to their high level of integrity.

An El Niño year means more precipitation for New Mexico. Did you know that one inch of rain on a 1,500-square-foot roof generates 9,351 gallons of runoff? That’s a lot of water, and it could potentially damage your home.

During the snowy winter season in New Mexico, American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC recommends that homeowners examine their roof for ice dams, which are a major cause of roof leaks.

Ice dams form when snow covers your roof while the outside temperature is below freezing and the interior temperature of your attic is very warm. One sign that you may have an issue with an ice dam is the formation of icicles at the edge of your roof. Although amazing to look at and beautiful to photograph, icicles build up as result of water freezing, melting, and re-freezing over time. Eventually, water and ice will form behind the icicles, creating an ice dam.

American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC is who you call in a time of emergency, and that’s when you need someone you can trust. It’s easy to get taken advantage of in a time of crisis, as you’re in a state of shock and need to make hasty decisions. American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC has earned a reputation for honesty, reliability, and integrity. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. See what others have to say.

Winter is here, and although New Mexico doesn’t get nearly as cold as many other states, you still need to beware of frozen pipes in your home. When water freezes inside a pipe, it expands, often resulting in a burst pipe. As the pipes thaw out and water begins to freely move through them, your home can become flooded quickly. If water damage isn’t properly and thoroughly dealt with immediately, your troubles may only get worse and more expensive.

Mold: it’s not just ugly, it’s bad for your health. Mold feeds on just about anything organic in your home, from the cellulose on the backing of wallpaper, drywall, insulation, and carpet, to ceiling tiles, wood, and myriad other surfaces. It grows and spreads in moist environments, which is why it’s important to keep all parts of your home dry, and routinely inspect your home for various leaks.

Torrential rains, bursting pipes, exploding washing machine hoses, leaking refrigerator ice makers, or a profuse shedding of tears for not investing in Google in the early days like your brother-in-law suggested—regardless of the water source, you must act quickly when water damage occurs. American Restoration Water & Fire, LLC is available 24 hours a day for an immediate response.

Mold can begin to grow and spread in 48 hours. Drywall and plaster walls and ceilings can collapse on people and pets within a couple of hours. Wood, carpet, and other materials can begin to degrade in a few days. This is why you must act quickly.

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.

In New Mexico, we highly value rain due to our dry desert climate. At American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC, we know rain is typically a good thing in our environment, but we understand that too much rain can quickly become dangerous.

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.

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.

American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC is a locally owned and operated company that provides a full complement of professional restoration services including asbestos cleanup.

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