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Dealing With Flood and Water Damages

A flooded house is one of the biggest challenges you will encounter in your lifetime. Water damage is a force to be reckoned with. Having water in unwanted places can cause a lot of trouble and damage both to health and property. Floodwater in any area of the house...

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How to Find the Source of a Water Leak

Water may be life, but it can also damage buildings and homes. Plumbing leaks, for example, can lead to the formation of an extensive and potentially deadly mold colony. Water damage can warp floors, discolor otherwise beautiful paint or tile, and even invite pests...

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What to Do If You Discover Mold in Your Home

Finding mold in your home is an incredibly stress-inducing experience. You may not know what to do, how to get rid of it, or if it’s dangerous. Mold can indeed be harmful to people, but if you find mold where you live, don’t panic just yet. This article will give you...

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Preparing for Phoenix Flood and Water Damage Events

What to do in the event of upcoming Phoenix water damage leak or coming storm: Decide what can be spared and what can't. If all else fails, get rid of it. The Phoenix water damage will destroy it otherwise. Strip the place of all decorations affected by surge waters....

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Being an insurance agency’s ‘Preferred Vendor’

Protection arrangement holder's be careful: The property protection industry needs to roll out improvements Before, property rebuilding entrepreneurs were represented the deciding factor by what is alluded to as a 'favored seller list' made by extensive property...

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Concerns Of Hiring a “Preferred Contractor”

many preferred contractors can be reluctant to oppose the opinion of an insurance adjuster and stand with the homeowner when it comes to an issue of an item that needs to be replaced instead of being cleaned, patched, or repaired.  In these situations, a preferred...

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What Happens During a Mold Remediation?

Mold, in general, is not dangerous, however it can be when it proliferates and/or produce toxins. But did you know that you do not always need to call a remediation contractor when you spot mold in your home? According to EPA or the Environment Protection Agency, a homeowner can handle the mold remediation process themselves if the mold is not more than 10 square feet.

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What Do You Get from Mold Exposure?

Most people do not actually realize how serious of a threat mold can be. Although illnesses caused by it are becoming more and more of a problem, symptoms of mold exposure are often taken lightly, most even assume that these symptoms are just from a cold or hay fever.

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Get Rid of Mold on Walls

Mold on walls should not be a cause of panic. Indeed, mold can be a health threat and structural hazard, but as long as you know how to remove mold from walls, you’ll be all right. Mold-infested walls are usually easy to treat. If the infested wall is non-porous, you can easily remove the mold with a wet cloth and/or a mold-killing solution. If it is porous, however, it is likely that you will have to cut away the mold-infested area and replace it.

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The Dangers of Black Mold

Black mold, or Stachybotrys chartarum, is a toxic species of mold that can cause severe symptoms and life-threatening health problems that includes breathing problems, mental impairment, and internal organ damage. That’s why it is very important to determine whether or not the mold in your home is toxic.

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4 Unusual Places in Your Home Where Mold Hides

Mold can be very sneaky. They can thrive in every nook and cranny that is damp, moist or wet. It is typical for mold to show up in basements or behind drywall, but what isn’t is that it also appears in unexpected areas of your house—from the chimney to your washing machine—making it more difficult to detect and wipe out.

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How to Test for Asbestos in Your Property

Because it is versatile, fire-resistant and lightweight, asbestos was widely used in construction materials for many years. Although the production of asbestos-containing materials has diminished through the decades because of its health hazards, many buildings and homes nowadays still contain asbestos, mainly in roofing, insulation, and floor tile.

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Asbestos 101: Is Removal the Best Option?

Although there might be a chance that asbestos may be present in many materials found in your home, it is actually not of concern so long as it is maintained in an undamaged state. Otherwise, it may trigger health issues.

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What You Need to Know About Asbestos

Asbestos is a group of durable and fire-resistant mineral fibers that has been mined and widely utilized in the past in industries such as automotive, and construction. Through the years, many asbestos-containing products have been removed from houses and buildings as exposure to these fibrous materials may potentially cause respiratory problems, and even cancer.

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Recuperate After a Fire

As soon as the fire is out, where would it leave you? Recovering from a fire can be mentally and physically draining, not to mention traumatizing. If you one of the unfortunate people to experience a fire, this guide may be able to help you recover as much of your property as possible and quickly help you get back on your feet and to your normal life.

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Potential Damages from Smoke

Flames are not the only enemy that should be put out during fire disasters. Long after the final flames have been extinguished, smoke clouds can and will remain if it goes untreated. These will then leave behind chemicals and particles that can destroy both your health and property.

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Plan Ahead: Fire and Smoke Escape Procedures

One of the most vital things you can do to be safe from fire and smoke is to prepare ahead and plan for an escape route. Whether you’re at home or in a hotel, it is always best to have a planned fire escape procedure.

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How to Restore Water Damaged Properties

Many residential homes experience water damage as a result of either a plumbing failure, or an instantaneous flooding. While some water damages may be minor and unnoticeably small, other damages can be catastrophic and perceptibly huge.

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Remove Mold from Walls

Mold is fond of damp, moist and wet spaces. So wherever there’s abundance of humidity and moisture, you can count on mold to thrive in those places. Typically, they appear on ceilings, floors, and walls of homes, and can cause allergic reactions and respiratory illnesses like asthma if left untreated in extended periods of time.

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Mold-Damaged Drywall Repair

Mold in living spaces has not only caused structural damages to homes, but has caused health problems to many people, too. It grows in unobserved places like drywall, which make mold even more dangerous.

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Eliminate Black Mold from your Home

Molds growing indoors are never harmless. Not only do they cause structural damages, but they can also cause health issues such as sinusitis, asthma, and allergies to worsen. Black mold is the most infamous species of mold that thrives best after fungal growth on materials that have been damaged by water.

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Deal With Mold in Carpets

Moldy carpets are a challenge to clean. Not only does mold eats away the fibers of the carpet, it is also very difficult to dislodge. To make matters worse, having mold in your carpet can cause numerous health problems including throat or eye irritations, stuffy nose, wheezing, and even allergic reactions and lung complications.

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Mold Removal Guide: How to Remove Mold from Wood Surfaces

Wood easily soak up and retain water, making it prone to mold growth. When wooden furniture has mold, it gives off a musty odor and poses health risks to you and your family. Mold increases your chance of having allergic reactions and developing respiratory conditions such as asthma. So before it even permeates your lumber, trim, or furniture, make sure that you prevent it. Otherwise, you might have to hire a mold removal professional to treat it.

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24-Hour Emergency Restoration

ASAP Restoration, LLC provides 24 hour water extraction, water removal, water restoration, fire restoration, mold removal, mold remediation and environmental testing in Phoenix & Scottsdale Arizona and the surrounding areas. Emergency Response Restoration for all types of damage.

ASAP Restoration is an Insurance Preferred Contractor

ASAP Restoration is an insurance preferred contractor, and we are held to the highest standards not only of transparency but also of work quality. With our long and vast experience working with claims adjusters, you can be sure that all aspects of the job that we will do for you will be covered once you file your claim.

I truly believe that I made the right choice in choosing Josh and his crew to be the company to do my water leak repairs. Josh and his crew were very professional, and had my best interest. He was knowledgable and very engaging in letting …

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We had our water heater flood in the middle of the night and quickly tried to clean up the mess. The next morning a plumber came out to take the broken heater. The plumber recommended a gentlemen to us and about 3 minutes later he was on …

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20701 N Scottsdale Rd #107-292
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
T: 602 - 515 - 7918

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