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The 3 Different Types of Water Damage

If your business has sustained water damage, you may not give much thought as to what type of water caused the harm. All you want to think about is how to get your space back to normal. In fact, the type of water that caused the damage is a critical element of creating the right […]

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What You Need to Know About Loss Assessment and Consultations

Do you own a house or condo that’s part of the Homeowners Association? If so, your payment dues entitle you to a certain level of coverage in the case of property damage or loss. The exact amount of your disaster damage coverage depends on your HOA’s master policy — it’s different for everybody. Likewise, if […]

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6 Reasons You Shouldn’t DIY “Minor” Cleanup Tasks After a Disaster

When disaster strikes, the results can be catastrophic. Whether it’s water damage, mold infestation or a house fire, you’ll be left to pick up the pieces and decide how to proceed. You may be tempted to save the cost of hiring a professional cleaning crew and handle the cleanup yourself. After all, you scrub and […]

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How to Handle Damaged Textiles

One of the most frustrating parts of dealing with a disaster that strikes your home or business is all the things you lose. Floods and fires can damage everything you have. Many textile companies keep a great deal of inventory on hand, and you may worry your goods are beyond repair when you begin the […]

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Small Business Recovery: Checklist for Reopening After a Disaster

Reopening your business following a catastrophe can seem like a challenge. After a successful restoration, many business owners feel accomplished yet exhausted from the emotional toll of worrying about their future and their prospects for recovery.  But part of your small business’s disaster recovery is reopening to show your customers that you are still around […]

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URI Expands Florida Sales Team

URI has added three new salespeople to help grow and support our business in Florida. Michael Monday Michael Monday has over 20 years of construction management and project management experience, most recently with Environmental Engineering services. Michael has been crucial with preliminary planning to address project logistics and client concerns on all of previous projects. […]

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Derek Dixon URI’s New Director of Sales and Marketing

Pottstown, PA – July, 2018 – Unlimited Restoration is pleased to announce the appointment of Derek Dixon as Director of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Dixon brings with him more than 30 years of sales and sales management experience predominantly in the commercial business to business marketplace. Mr. Dixon has a long successful track record of […]

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URI Adds Two to Finance Team

Unlimited Restoration is pleased to welcome Leigh Anne Moscovitz and Veronica Brundage to their finance team. Leigh Anne Moscovitz joined URI in February 2018 as the Accounting Manager. She comes from a varied background including treasury, compliance, finance and accounting; prior industries range from wholesale auto financing, benefits administration, and pharmaceutical. Leigh Anne graduated from […]

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Unlimited Restoration Mobilizing for Hurricane Harvey

According to the National Weather Service, Hurricane Harvey has now set a preliminary record, surpassing 50 inches for the greatest amount of measured single-storm rainfall for the continental US. Additional rainfall accumulations of 6 to 12 inches are expected to the north and east of Houston from far east Texas into southwestern Louisiana. This is […]

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“Ice Cat”

Not all catastrophic events (CATS) are created equal. Some events, like hurricanes, fires, and floods, are obvious in their destruction and impact on the property owner. Other situations can slide by unnoticed unless, of course, you are one of those impacted. The winter of 2015 in the Mid-Atlantic Region was one of those events. Nicknamed […]

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URI was called upon to respond to a major industrial fire loss at the FPL Food, LLC beef processing plant in Augusta, GA

Responders erected a massive and very complex shrink wrap system to weatherproof a multi-level, mixed structure roof damaged by the major fire penetration.

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