A fire can be one of the biggest trials a property owner can go through. No matter the source, fire can endanger lives and belongings. Even after the fire is out, you’ll need to consider fire restoration as well. We here at American Restoration believe that having a fire safety plan can protect your assets and your people in the event of a fire and mitigate the impact. Read on for fire safety tips, and what we can do for you!
The season is changing, and we’re feeling the first chilly days of Fall. During the long, hot days of summer, the furnace is often forgotten. It’s likely that no maintenance has been done to this vital piece of equipment during the past few months too. When the cold weather ends, many people don’t realize that they must continue to maintain their furnace, even when it’s not used.
Furnaces are one of the most common causes of house and business fires. To prevent fire danger, check out these items on your unit to make sure it is ready before the cold weather starts:
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Inclement weather can be scary and unpredictable. Storms certainly aren't an exception. If you've just been through a major storm, you need to make a point to meticulously assess your residential or commercial property right after the fact. You never know what kind of damage may have taken place.
Also known as evaporative coolers, swamp coolers are popular ways to keep homes and businesses cool in desert states like New Mexico. It is important to winterize units during the fall before cold weather arrives. Proper maintenance helps avoid flooding, protects building interiors, and extends unit life. Our technicians see it all too often with damaged pipes or improper winterization of equipment.
As we get closer to those cold weather months it is important to re-evaluate your residential or business heat source. You may be unaware of the potential fire dangers of furnaces and portable heaters that are lurking in your home or business. At American Restoration, we want to ensure you are safe and warm this coming winter, so we have compiled a short list of tips to prevent common fire dangers.
An unexpected fire is devastating, can happen in an instant and you could lose everything you own. In the fire you might lose personal and private property, your home or even your business. But what’s worse, is the emotional loss fire can cause. The toll on your family, your finances, and the overall loss can be crippling.
With all of the monsoons this season brings, it’s easy to spring a leak in your home. These warm, damp areas can lead to an infestation of mold. Mold is a type of fungus that is formed from tiny spores and can be quite damaging to your residence. Knowing where to look for mold can help save you a lot of money and headaches when it comes to home restoration.
You go on vacation, having a great time. However, back at home, there’s trouble brewing. Your corroded water hot and cold-water lines have plans to wreak havoc. American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC understands, this is a common cause of residential flooding.
American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC is pleased to announce an exciting new client offer for our new customers—up to $500 off* your first qualified appointment with our company. New Customers will be pleased to know that American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC offers the following expert services:
Most of the time, the signs of water damage are easy to spot-- however, sometimes those elusive leaks are quite hard to detect when you’re shopping for a new home. Although prior water damage should always be disclosed, there is nothing wrong with being aware of what to look for and observing potential new homes for signs. Here are some of the things American Restoration Water & Fire LLC recommends you look for: