While springtime in Oklahoma means more comfortable temperatures for residents, it also comes with severe weather. This in turn means that homeowners are at an increased risk of sustaining property damage from wind, rain, hail, tornados, and flooding. In fact, it is estimated that as many as 20 percent of all wind and storm damage… Read More

Because of the frequency of cold fronts and dry line development, late spring and early summer are the peak seasons for storms in Oklahoma. These storms can be severe, resulting in the production of hail, high winds, and tornadoes. In fact, tornadoes, which are a particular hazard in Oklahoma, also occur most often during the… Read More

Of the many types of damage caused by serious storms, wind damage is one of the most serious. This is largely because severe winds not only cause harm to the exterior of homes, but can lead to interior water damage as well. For this reason, it is critical for Oklahoma homeowners whose residences have been… Read More

The interior of a person’s home is not the only place that is vulnerable to water damage. Garages, for example, often sustain just as much, if not more damage than a homeowner’s basement, living room, or kitchen. In fact, many homeowners use their garages for storing boxes of personal items and family heirlooms that would… Read More

Detecting mold growth in your air ducts can be difficult, simply because it is a difficult area to inspect. However, it is critical for homeowners to have their air vents inspected regularly, as a failure to do so can lead to dangerous mold growth that can cause asthma, coughing, sinus problems, skin irritation, and in… Read More

Even well-constructed roofs can weaken over time after prolonged exposure to the elements. Resulting roof leaks can cause a devastating amount of damage within a few hours, so if you believe that your roof is leaking, it is critical to contact an experienced restoration contractor who can assess the damage, mitigate its effects, and restore… Read More

Floods, fire, and natural disasters can cause a substantial amount of damage in only a few minutes. Unfortunately, repairing the damage caused by these events cannot be achieved this quickly. However, it is possible to speed up the process and reduce the amount of permanent damage to your home and belongings by hiring an emergency… Read More

Mold growth is one of the most serious types of damage caused by flooding and can begin within 48 hours of a burst pipe or extreme weather event. Unlike some other forms of damage, mold growth can be harmful to those who are exposed to it. For instance, inhaling mold can cause asthma, infections, and… Read More

According to The National Storm Damage Center, hailstorms cause around $1 billion worth of damage to buildings, cars, and property every year. Unfortunately, damage from hailstorms is not always easy to detect, so it’s a good idea for Oklahoma homeowners to keep an eye out for damage after a hailstorm and so prevent leaks and… Read More

At the age of 43, I have finally landed the job of my dreams. I am officially the Marketing Director for DASON Fire & Water Restoration. Who doesn’t love marketing?? Meeting new people, being out and about, and educating the world of the services my company offers…..oh wait. I’m not sure what exactly we do myself. I… Read More