Extreme Cold: Protect Yourself and Your Property – Reset Restoration

Protect Yourself Whether it’s exposure to the cold, vehicle accidents or misuse of heaters, severe winter weather poses a number of threats.  Extremely cold temperatures can be brutal, dangerous, life-threatening, and even deadly. The best way to stay safe is by educating yourself about how cold affects the body (frostbite and hypothermia) and by developing a plan of action when severe weather threatens. Protect Your Property Even though most people ride out storms in their…

Every Business Should Designate a Crisis Leader – Reset Restoration

A disaster response emergency plan is important, and having a priority response disaster recovery company designated in advance of any disaster is also critical to recovering quickly. However, without a leader that can execute that plan, maintain internal and external communication, and delegate staff to handle key tasks throughout a disaster response, that plan can fall apart very quickly. This is especially true in disasters which may evoke fear or panic within individuals on a…

Dealing with a Fire in Your Home After the Fire is Out – Fire Restoration

A fire, by itself, can cause a significant amount of damage in a very short time. What few homeowners account for, however, is the cost of cleaning up after the fire. Aside from any damage to the structure of a home, fires present three long term damage factors, which are: Smoke damage, which can affect floors, walls, ceilings and inside cabinets, or any surface of the home which has been exposed to smoke will leave…

Commercial Generators; Choosing the Right One for Your Business

Commercial Generator Recent news stories concerning Hurricane Sandy and the major storms in Phoenix in 2014 have illustrated the need for emergency generators on a commercial level, particularly for those businesses that handle products that require refrigeration or depend on continuous power for critical business functions. Without a back-up generator on site, you may end up losing tens of thousands of dollars of product within a very short period of time. Grocery stores, for example,…

DIY Not the Best for Disaster Restoration – Reset Restoration in Tulsa

Handling a task yourself can save money as a property owner, but it may be puttingyour health, and your financial investment in your property, at unnecessary risk. Professional contractors have extensive training, certifications and experience. Qualified contractors will not only have the right tools, but they will be prepared with personal safety training and protective equipment. They know the risks and do what’s required to protect themselves and everyone in the property as well! There…

Contact Reset Restoration for Storm Damage Restoration

A major storm involving rain, ice, snow, or just about any other type of natural disaster can severely damage a building. Whether it be home or office, the structure may need extensive renovation inside and outside. Instead of trying to do it yourself, especially if you lack skill, experience, or resources, contact a restoration company to handle the work for you. Storm Damage Predicted or unexpected, serious storm damage can harm a building in many…

After a Catastrophe: What to Do?

After a Catastrophe: What Should You Do To Recover? After a disaster has taken place, there are certain steps that you should take to ensure that you are safe, and that others will remain safe as well. Here are a few pieces of advice that may help. Stay safe, and respect instructions. Depending on the nature of the catastrophe, there may still be a very immediate, very real threat in an area that has been…