Biohazard Remediation

Murder. Suicide. Accidental death. If these words describe scenarios in a TV show, then perhaps they bring with them some intrigue and you tune in. Maybe you are a faithful NCIS or Law and Order fan, and you watch with enthusiasm as the plot unfolds. Undoubtedly, it crosses your mind at times throughout the show that deaths similar to

Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Fire and smoke are not a problem in the right setting, like a campfire or bonfire. But in the wrong setting, like inside a home or business, fire and smoke are a major problem and can cause serious and even total destruction. The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the governing body providing the highest

What to Do About Water Damage

Water is the most common cause of property damage. It can invade your home or business as a result of a natural cause, such as a rainstorm, or one that is man-made, such as faulty plumbing. But regardless of how common or the source, the effects of water damage on a home or business can be devastating. Water, and

Fire Damage Restoration in Hialeah, Florida

When fire fighters expertly extinguished a house fire in Hialeah, Florida recently, they left behind two tell tale signs of their presence- a lot of water and some white powder. Water was used in the kitchen, where the fire originated, and white powder was left where dry chemical fire extinguishers were used to put out smaller blazes.

Category 3 Water Damage in Parkland, Florida

The IICRC, Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, describes Category 3 Water as “highly contaminated and could cause death or serious illness if consumed by humans.” In other words, Category 3 Water is seriously dangerous and includes sewage, rising flood water, and long standing water. For a woman in Parkland, Florida, lamentably, this grossly unsanitary