When one is gone, three more show up. It feels that way in the restoration business and you should be concerned. Not long ago, a one time major restoration company went out of business. They had several trucks, ten to twelve employees and over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of equipment, not to […]
Recently I went into a home where they had a major leak from a second floor sink. The water damaged some walls and flooring on the second floor, but did most of it’s damage was to the first floor and basement. The insurance company pushed the owner for their “approved contractor,” and she agreed not […]
Overlooking routine maintenance to heaters/air conditioning units can lead to several problems, including water backups and leaks. Condensate lines often leak from either being clogged or the pumps breaking. The pictures below show damage to a finished basement where the unit leaked for some time prior to being discovered.