Living in Oklahoma puts many homeowners at considerable risk of suffering some sort of wind or storm damage. Tornadoes can happen at any time of year in the Sooner State, and with these storm fronts often comes damaging winds, relentless hail, and drenching rains. Typical damage to homes and other buildings can range in severity… Read More

After going through the ordeal of a house fire, the last thing you want to worry about is fixing up the remaining property damage, which can include any of the following: Smoke damage; Fire Odor; Soot Damage; Residual Ash; Water Damage From Fire Extinguishers. Regardless of the cause of the fire, the damage can be… Read More

Natural disasters can cause extensive property damage that if left unrepaired can become much more serious over time, so if your home or business was recently damaged by wind, hail, rain, or fire, it is critical to retain the services of an experienced restoration service company that can help return your property to its previous… Read More

Whether caused by a burst pipe, a ruptured water heater, or a natural disaster, indoor flooding can lead to serious water damage, including: The weakening of a building’s structure The growth of biological hazards, such as mold The damage or destruction of personal property One of the worst things about water damage is its progressive… Read More

Fires can cause serious property damage and while this can be expensive and stressful, ultimately, the health and safety of the inhabitants is the primary concern. For this reason, it is important to have a solid understanding of how to avoid fires and what steps to take in the event that one does occur. Common… Read More

After about twenty years, roofs get old and need repair or replacement. If there are trouble signs, like hairline cracks on shingles or discolored spots on walls or ceilings, the water leak or other damage is going to get worse instead of better. Furthermore, there may be hidden damage, like mold growth, that is even… Read More

In the 2000 movie Cast Away, building a shelter was one of the first projects that Chuck Noland (Tom Hanks) undertook when he was marooned on a deserted island. Protection from the elements is just as important for homes and businesses in somewhat more civilized Oklahoma, because even partial or temporary exposure can lead to… Read More

Residential fires can cause a significant amount of damage, including scorched walls, cracked and bubbled paint, and water damage from the efforts of firefighters to put out the blaze. But one of the most difficult things to repair is smoke damage, which can cause black marks, discoloration on the walls and ceiling from soot build-up,… Read More

A year after flood waters ravaged through rural South Carolina, many Williamsburg County residents still deal with the lingering effects of water damage. In October 2015, the slow-flowing Black River crested at twice above flood stage. 28 percent of the homes in the county were damaged badly enough to qualify for federal assistance, a proportion… Read More

A small fire that began in a single unit quickly spread to adjoining apartments; the end result is four units that are almost completely uninhabitable. Tulsa Fire Department Capt. Ryan Runyan says investigators have yet to determine a cause for the blaze, which began around 10 a.m. on the 7900 block of Riverside Parkway. No… Read More