Commercial Water Damage- Boca Raton Water Treatment Plant

Water Treatment Plants exist in almost every municipality across the country and specialize in exactly what their name suggests- water treatment. These plants ensure that the water we use is safe to cook with, bathe in, drink, and generally use as needed. One wouldn’t necessarily think of a water treatment plant as a place that would need

Tropical Storm Erika and Flood Damage

South Florida narrowly escaped another hurricane last weekend with the demise of Tropical Storm Erika. However, her remnants are still bringing about heavy moisture and rainfall in the U.S. Southeast, especially Florida. The approach of a major storm typically motivates people to prepare; to buy water, non perishable food, and maybe even a home generator.

What to Do After a Fire

According to the U.S. Fire Administration, each year there are more than 350,000 house fires which cause over 2,500 deaths and 12,600 injuries in the United States, with direct property losses estimated at $7.3 billion annually. Those are serious statistics. But what if suddenly they are no longer just statistics, and you become an individual number

Toilets, Water Damage and Mold

The toilet. It is very important to us and we all visit it often, but no one wants to really talk or think about it. Not considering it, though, could spell disaster. The truth about toilets, aside from them being necessary for all of us, is that their failures are the second leading source of residential water losses, after

Roof Leak Water Damage

Recently, Joe Taylor Restoration responded to a call for water damage restoration as the result of a roof leak in Boynton Beach, Florida. Unfortunately, the homeowner had not immediately recognized the tell tale signs of roof leak water damage and her garage, kitchen and master bedroom were all affected. Perhaps if she had been aware of