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.
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.
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Within seconds, a small flame can become an uncontrollable inferno. At American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC, we have seen the devastating effects that a house fire can have on people’s lives. That is why we are committed to helping you put your home back together.
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Cooler temperatures are only a few months away! In New Mexico, the weather conditions can change quickly and sometimes, without warning, frozen pipes could quickly become an unforeseen issue. You can make sure your household is prepared for a flood or disaster but accidents may still happen.
Nothing says tragedy like a house fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association, in 2013, there were 369,500 house fires across America. These fires could have been caused by appliances, candles, holiday lighting, lightning fires, smoking materials, and more.
Mitigating loss and damage is a long complex process with several parties involved. With a new tool called Dash View, American Restoration Water and Fire, LLC. provides a personal online profile to help keep you, your insurance company, and your restoration team informed about your restoration project’s progress.
American Restoration's all-access, user-friendly tool, allows you to keep up with all the details of your restoration project from the very start, through the completion of the project with dated and detailed records.
Your home is filled with hundreds of feet of unseen water tubing, pipes, fittings, and connections. Most of those components can and do function for decades without incident. However, there some warning signs that can be overlooked and can prove to be disastrous if not replaced.
At best, surface rust on water pipes can be unsightly. However, homeowners must recognize that surface rust is a problem that needs prompt attention. Typically, rust is an electro-chemical process that cannot be stopped
With its sinister name and ugly look, toxic black mold has the power to strike fear into the heart of any homeowner. American Restoration has spent years working across the state of New Mexico, removing this pervasive and unhealthy variety of mold from the homes of our clients and restoring their peace of mind. We believe that education and prevention are the best tools that homeowners and business owners can acquire in order to prevent any sort of disaster- whether it is fire damage, water damage, or, difficult to remove mold damage. So, what is this all-too-common black mold, and what should you know about it? We'll answer some of the basics here.
In the aftermath of a flood there is a lot of work to be done, from mold remediation to "furniture repair, you're likely to have a lot on your to-do list. But, perhaps what is on the forefront of many individuals' minds is the recovery of essential documents and personal property that may have been damaged by flood waters. Yet, hasty recovery tactics can be dangerous and may cause further damage to your home or yourself. Taking a balanced, yet smart approach to water damage repair and recovery is the best idea to quickly secure or replace your most important documents and belongings.
If you're a small business owner, you know your livelihood becomes a huge part of your life and your business is more than just what you do to make money. American Restoration knows and has worked with a multitude of small businesses and organizations in New Mexico throughout our many years serving the area. Protecting your business and the many investments you've made in it is critical. Here, we lend some of our insight to small business owners developing crisis prevention and plans for recovery in the event of an unfortunate and all too common disaster: fire.
If you run a business, it is your responsibility to make sure that the premises are safe and that all potential threats are mitigated as much as is possible. American Restoration has an array of clients - from local homes to businesses and government agencies all around New Mexico. No matter where you are or what you do, the expert technicians at American Restoration can be on site and working on repairing your building within two hours. Make sure you are preparing your building and your employees for a flood or fire disaster by having a concrete plan in place should an emergency strike.
At American Restoration we’ve seen countless cases of homes and families devastated by the growth of toxic mold. Not only is mold growth unattractive, but it can have significant impact on health as well as compromise the structure and foundation of your home. Mold is categorized as a fungus, and as such it eats, breathes, and grows when left uninhibited. This may not seem like a dangerous process, but when humans reside in a home with mold, there can be numerous negative health impacts.