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A Frozen Water Pipe Flooded My Building (Now What?)

A Frozen Water Pipe Flooded My Building (Now What?)

A Frozen Water Pipe Flooded My Building What to Do NextA frozen pipe can be devastating for your property. And unfortunately, dealing with a frozen water pipe... ...is a situation that many commercial property owners find themselves in during winter. However, quick...

How to Deal With Wind Damage to Your Roof

How to Deal With Wind Damage to Your Roof

How to Deal With Wind Damage to Your RoofIn 2020 there were over 16,000 wind damage reports, as reported by the NOAA Severe Weather Database. Was your property among those that got hit? Depending on your roof type, strong winds can wreak absolute havoc on your roof....

How To Spot Roof Hail Damage (With Pictures)

How To Spot Roof Hail Damage (With Pictures)

  In 2020, the United States experienced 4,611 large hail storms, as documented by the NOAA Severe Weather Database. One of the 2019 storm clusters was a beast of a hail storm in Colorado. That storm dropped a record-setting 4.83-inch diameter hailstone in...

Tile Roof Hail Damage: What to Look For (With Pictures)

Tile Roof Hail Damage: What to Look For (With Pictures)

If your tile roof has hail damage, you need to get it fixed as soon as possible. Because a tile roof with hail damage can lead to roof leaks, mold or other structural problems. Without a trained eye… how can you tell if your tile roof has hail damage? Today we’re...

Nashville Tornado Cleanup & Restoration Contractor

Nashville Tornado Cleanup & Restoration Contractor

Nashville Tornado Cleanup & Restoration Restore & Rebuild Your PropertyRestoreMasters is on the ground in Nashville to help with cleanup and restoration efforts in the aftermath of the devastating tornado that occurred on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. If you need...

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Roofing Contractor

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Roofing Contractor

1. What's your state license number? Before you sign any agreements or make any payments, be sure that you are dealing with a state licensed contractor. You can verify this online or simply by asking the contractor for their licensing information. 2. May I see your...

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