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Flood Damage

Water Damage and Your Valuables

Residents of Houston who experienced the floods last year know first-hand how important it is to protect valuables and your family’s most important records.  Think passports, credit card numbers, bank records, mortgages or passwords to your financial accounts – these are of course the type of documentation that will be most important to you if […]

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Little Known Facts About Mold

Mold is an elusive and often misunderstood problem for homeowners and even business owners. The average person isn’t always the most educated on mold and there exists a lot of misinformation out there. Mold is everywhere and affects more people than you may believe. Here are some basic facts you should know to protect yourself […]

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Subtle Signs of Water Damage

Water damage doesn’t always mean a flooded basement or a hurricane. Sometimes it means a slowly leaking pipe in the walls or an improperly sealed window. Even though these things may seem minor, they can cause real structural damage to your home or office over time. Especially if left untreated for long periods of time, […]

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Do You Have a Home Inventory Checklist?

A home inventory checklist is a document that states all the valuables and possessions in your home or business. Why should you keep a detailed record of this? There are many “what if” scenarios  where you would need such a document. On top of that, all insurance companies urge clients to keep an updated list […]

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Cleaning Up After the Floods in Houston, Texas

There are a number of factors to consider when you have severe flooding or storm damage affect your home or business. It is more than likely that you’re overwhelmed, uncertain of the health risks involved and trying to connect with your insurance agent to see what resources are available to you. At ServiceMaster Advantage, we’ve […]

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Man-Made Versus Natural Flood Damage

Floodwater consists of more than just water. Biohazardous materials, chemicals, or diseases causing organisms and debris can all be floating around in floodwater at any given time. All categories of floodwater should be cleaned up quickly because the water will degrade over time and become more of a health risk the longer it sits. The […]

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