The Different Levels of Danger Caused by Mold Hiding In Your Home

You might think that a small patch of mold in your home is nothing to really worry about and that just a small patch growing in your home won’t require mold remediation. Mold looks harmless, but it can cause an array of health problems. On top of that, if left alone a small patch of mold can quickly spread into a household infestation. However, all mold is not created equal, and there are quite a…

Reset Restoration for Storm Damage Repair in Tulsa

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…

The Importance of Restoration if Your Home Has Had Water Damage

If your home has suffered water damage due to a flood or broken pipe, it’s important to get things dried out quickly. Water should be removed as soon as it’s safe to do so. The next step is to consider water damage restoration, in order to make sure your home is healthy. Once there is damage to the home, it’s necessary to remove damaged items from the affected area immediately if there is any chance…

You Need Professional Janitorial Services After a Catastrophe Occurs

When your home or business has been damaged by a fire or moisture, you need specialized janitorial services right away. In addition to cleaning a building that has undergone serious damage from a catastrophe, janitors can provide a variety of restoration services to remove mold growth, smoke odor and dirty soot. Don’t wait to call technicians who can provide janitorial services because it is important to begin the restoration process as soon as possible. A…

Before Any Remodeling or Construction – Federal Lead Abatement Laws Must Be Followed By Your Contractor

Reset Restoration in Tulsa: water damage, fire damage, storm damage, and mold removal contractor Homes that have been built before 1978 have a higher chance of containing lead, commonly in the form of either lead paint or lead contaminated dust. Least poisoning is a serious threat, and millions of home still containing the toxic substance under newer coats of paint. Much like asbestos, lead isn’t usually a threat until it is disturbed by remodeling or…

Building Interiors Can Have Too Many Lights!

Does Your Building Interior Use Too Many Lights, Causing The Following Issues? Any interior designer and decorator will tell you that lighting matters a lot to the comfort and ambiance of a building. Many don’t realize that there can be too much of a good thing, and interior lighting is certainly included. Precise lighting and placement can transform both the look and feel of virtually any space, and too little or way too much lighting…

Business Documents & Backups to Keep Off-Site

Losing information that your business needs could cost you. Whether by flood, fire, or theft, the loss of personal information, property, business information, or other important documents could halt any progress that your business has made, and cause you to start from scratch. Aside from that, you may also need to produce those documents for legal reasons, including any interactions that you have with government agencies such as the IRS, or with local law enforcement….

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