What is ERP and How Does it Work?

ERP stands for emergency response protocol and it is a plan of action that businesses follow should they ever experience a disaster, such as a fire or flood. The logic behind creating an ERP plan is that if there is an emergency, the necessary steps to follow are already clearly defined including who to call, … Continued

How to Recover After a Fire

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If you experience a fire in your home or business, it can be devastating. Even if the building isn’t a total loss, even a minor fire has the potential to cause significant damage between the flames, ash and smoke. Here’s how you can begin to recover and get back to normal as quickly as possible … Continued

My Home Has Smoke Damage – Help!

If you experience a fire in your home, it can be devastating. Not only could you be displaced for days or even weeks, many of your possessions might be destroyed. If you get lucky, the fire will be put out quickly, minimizing the damage. But even if the impact from the fire is minimal, there’s … Continued

5 Key Facts About Fire Restoration in Your Home

House fires are an emotional and traumatizing time for anyone, but it is important to act quickly to prevent further damage to your home. Flames are the culprit for the most visible damage to your property after a fire, but smoke, soot, and water share in the responsibility of damage too.  Odors from smoke and … Continued

7 Tips to Prevent Christmas Fires

Christmas is traditionally one of the happiest times of the year, especially for families with young children eager to see what presents Santa is going to leave for them beneath the Christmas tree. Unfortunately for a few families, their Christmas dreams will be dashed by a house fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association, … Continued

How to Cope with Fire and Smoke Damage

A fire in your home or business is one of the most traumatic experiences most of us will likely ever encounter. While it may be tempting to sit back and wait for the insurance company to handle all the details for you once the flames have been extinguished, it is critical that home and business … Continued

6 Tips for Smoke Detector Safety

  It’s that time of year again, time to fall back. This Halloween after you’ve given out the last piece of candy and tucked in your ghosts and goblins for the night, don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour because November 1 marks the first day of Daylight Savings Time.

Fire and Smoke Damage Clean Up

Fire damage in your home can be a very traumatic experience. It can also be a very confusing one. While it is the hope that a fire will never happen, if you experience one there are certain steps you can take to make the situation easier to manage. Homeowners often believe that once the fire … Continued