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4 Ways Flooding Can Impact Your Business

4 Ways Flooding Can Impact Your Business

In the event of severe flooding, suffering residents and damaged homes are the first image to come to mind. Often the devastating impact floods can have on businesses is overlooked. Just like homes and residential buildings, many businesses get hit by storms and...

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A Message from Our CEO

To our valued customer, Entrusted has always been committed to building trust with our partners, customers and team members by serving with integrity and excellence, which is unchanging as we closely monitor the developing Coronavirus situation and continue normal...

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4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Handle Water Damage Yourself

4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Handle Water Damage Yourself

Dealing with water damage from a broken water pipe, a broken ejector pump, or a major flood can be a stressful experience. If you’re worried about cost, you might be tempted to repair the damage yourself to save money. But DIY water mitigation can be dangerous,...

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5 Spring Cleaning Tips to Avoid Water Damage

5 Spring Cleaning Tips to Avoid Water Damage

Spring — the time for renewal — is around the corner. Spring brings with it renewed energy and a greater will to work around the house and outside on chores you have been avoiding. Most importantly, spring serves as a reminder to clean and care for parts of your home...

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4 Household Appliances Most Likely to Cause Water Damage

4 Household Appliances Most Likely to Cause Water Damage

Water damage caused by heavy rain is one thing, but the damage caused by your household appliances is often preventable. The most common sources of flooding in your home include the following: Washing Machine If you find your washing machine leaking, don’t take it...

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6 Signs You Need to Replace Your Siding to Avoid Water Damage

6 Signs You Need to Replace Your Siding to Avoid Water Damage

While siding provides the general style and aesthetic of your home’s exterior, it also serves as an important protective layer. Its main function is to prevent the elements from getting through to the inside of the house. Throughout the years, the siding of your home...

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Staying Sane During Your Home Water Damage Restoration

Staying Sane During Your Home Water Damage Restoration

Your home is your haven and a flood or broken pipe can turn your haven into a disaster zone. Even if loss and damages are minimal, it is heartbreaking to lose any of the things that make your house a home, and the water damage restoration process can take a few weeks....

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Storm Damage Restoration for Your Rental Property

Storm Damage Restoration for Your Rental Property

One of the things landlords who own property in areas at high-risk for storms must be mindful of is the responsibility of repairing storm damage immediately. If the damage has made the home or property uninhabitable, landlords’ responsibility may also include...

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Do I Need Flood Insurance?

Do I Need Flood Insurance?

There is an essential question all homeowners must ask when purchasing homeowners insurance: what doesn’t my insurance cover? This will vary greatly depending on what area of the country you live in and what natural disasters you are at risk for. In most cases, you...

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Frequently Asked Questions About Water Mitigation

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Mitigation

Flooding of your home or business is an extremely stressful and emotional occurrence that warrants the assistance of an expert water mitigation team. A water-related disaster in your home is an unusual happenstance, so it’s normal to have questions about water...

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Why Saltwater Flooding Does More Damage

Why Saltwater Flooding Does More Damage

Saltwater flooding can cause incredible damage to your property. Unlike rainwater, saltwater flooding increases the conductivity of water. This speeds up its ability to cause irreparable damage to every part of your home. A home damaged by saltwater requires the...

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How to Prevent Mold in Your Laundry Area

How to Prevent Mold in Your Laundry Area

In most laundry rooms, heat and humidity are continuously present, hence they offer the perfect climate for mold growth. Water mitigation is one of the best preventive measures. Keep problems at bay by taking steps to control humidity, frequently checking for the...

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Mold vs Mildew: What’s the Difference?

Mold vs Mildew: What’s the Difference?

Considering both mold and mildew are fungi and both thrive in moist, warm areas, it is easy to see why people can get them confused. While these two types of fungi share many commonalities, they pose different risks and respond to different treatment. If found, mold...

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4 Lesser-Known Causes of Fire Damage

4 Lesser-Known Causes of Fire Damage

Most people are privy to the perils of leaving cookware unattended on the stove and overburdened wall outlets. Fires ignited by these incidents are often so damaging that they require fire clean-up crews afterward. However, there are numerous unexpected ways a fire...

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How to Prepare Your Business for Hurricane Season

How to Prepare Your Business for Hurricane Season

The 2019 hurricane season is expected to be an intense one. Beginning in June and running as long as late November, the hurricane season has become increasingly unpredictable. This year alone AccuWeather expects close to 14 storms over the season. Of the 14, up to...

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What to Expect in the Water Damage Cleanup Process?

What to Expect in the Water Damage Cleanup Process?

Dealing with a post-flood incident (natural disaster, burst pipe, etc.) can be frustrating. But it is a process that needs to be dealt with regardless. The good news is that knowing what to expect throughout the process will help minimize stress by setting...

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Is It Safe to Stay in Your Home During Mold Remediation?

Is It Safe to Stay in Your Home During Mold Remediation?

Getting your own home is one of the most liberating feelings in the world. No longer do you have to deal with the annoyances that come with apartment living or shared living. Your space is your own. But with claiming your own space comes responsibilities. While you...

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7 Tips for Preventing Electrical Fires

7 Tips for Preventing Electrical Fires

With over 15 years of fire restoration experience, we’ve seen it all. And we’re here to tell you that electrical fires are a bigger problem than people give them credit. Looking at the reports revealed by the National Fire Protection Association between 2012 and 2016,...

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Landlord vs Tenant: Who’s Responsible For Water Damage?

Landlord vs Tenant: Who’s Responsible For Water Damage?

Depending on your geographical location, water damage in the home caused by pipe bursts, plumbing, roof leaks, water overflow, and flooding caused by storms can be all too common. Water mitigation is the repair damage process that strives to reduce or prevent the...

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