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What Causes Water In Basements And How To Prevent It?

Published by 911 Restoration Washington DC on November 15, 2022 in category: Water Damage Restoration
Water in basements is a common problem. Water can enter your basement in many ways, including through foundation walls and up through the floor. We will discuss the signs and causes of water seepage into basements. We also cover how to prevent basement water leaks and keep it... 

How To Remove Mold From Shower Curtains

Published by 911 Restoration Washington DC on October 31, 2022 in category: Mold Inspection
Mold. This word alone can make homeowners shiver. The little pesky fungus can grow in any dark or damp area of a building, and spread quickly without being noticed. The mold can spread quickly and often is not even noticed until it’s too late. It... 

How To Keep Pipes From Freezing

Published by 911 Restoration Washington DC on October 12, 2022 in category: Water Damage Restoration
Water pipes can freeze if the temperature drops below 32 degrees F. It is as important to be as warm inside as it is outside. Here are some tips to prevent pipes freezing in cold temperatures. We also discuss how cold your house must be for pipes to... 

Everything You Need To Know About Water Extraction

Published by 911 Restoration Washington DC on September 22, 2022 in category: Water Damage Restoration
Water excess is a bad thing regardless of whether it is from a flood, or a leaky appliance. We can help. We are available 24/7 to assist the entire Washington DC metro area with our water restoration Washington DC experts. Our crews will arrive at your property... 

What Is Soot And How To Remove Soot From Your Home?

Published by 911 Restoration Washington DC on September 7, 2022 in category: Fire Damage Repair
Because fossil fuels are not fully combusted, soot is composed of small particles of carbon. Soot can contain chemicals, metals and acids. It also leaves a blackish residue and unpleasant odor. To avoid further damage to your items, it is essential to learn how to remove soot. Soot... 
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