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5 Essential Steps for Fast and Effective Flood Recovery

Large-scale flooding can often cause over $1 billion in damage to property. While it’s one thing to deal with flooding in your home, a business that incurs flood damage has a whole new set of problems to deal with. Not only is every day that a company can’t operate a loss in revenue, but it can also […]

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Corrosion Prevention Tips & Tricks For Costly Metals

Time takes its toll on all things, including metal. Unfortunately, corrosion can have disastrous consequences. In fact, a corroded pipe led to a widespread oil spill that affected beaches and wildlife in 2015. It’s important to keep metal machines and appliances corrosion free. But how are we supposed to employ corrosion prevention on costly metals? Keep yourself, […]

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Follow These 11 Steps to Ensure Effective Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Are you prepared for a hurricane, flood, fire, power grid assault, or cyberattack? If the answer is no, implement these 11 steps to create a disaster recovery and business continuity plans ensure your company will survive a major disaster. Understand the Difference Between Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Understanding the differences between disaster recovery and business continuity plans is […]

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A Step by Step Guide to Disaster Recovery Services That Are Available

“It’s better to be safe than sorry.” Protecting your business from disasters is effective in mitigating problems before they happen. At Unlimited Restorations, INC. we offer just the services for you! Let’s take a look at the disaster recovery service the team at URI can provide for you. Disaster Recovery Service Steps When disaster strikes, […]

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Evaluate Your Disaster Recovery Plan in 5 Easy Steps

If you live in an area that’s subject to a high risk of disaster, it’s important to have a disaster recovery plan. Disaster is something that no one wants to think about in detail, but it’s a lack of planning that puts people at a higher disadvantage after when occurs. That’s why you should take […]

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Health impacts of a water damaged ceiling

If your business has been damaged by a flood, pipe burst or leak of any kind, then you know how devastating water damage can be. Water gets everywhere, and even when it is pumped out or dries, water damage is often still present in the ceiling, on the walls, and on your floors. You may not […]

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The essential guide to fire damage restoration within your home

There were 364,300 residential fires in 2016. These resulted in 2,775 deaths and 11,025 injuries. The dollar cost of these fires was over $5,726 million. Fire can be incredibly devastating to your home. Getting the cleanup and restoration right is important. Follow this essential guide for fire damage restoration to get your home back to the way it […]

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Don’t Touch That: Identifying Hazardous Waste in the Aftermath of a Disaster

Disasters do not end once all falls quiet. The aftermath of a disaster carries its own unique dangers. Different types of hazardous waste can pose serious health risks to anybody in the area, including the cleanup crew. If you plan to enter the scene, you need special equipment and knowledge about the hazards you might […]

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4 Key Steps to Structural Drying and Dehumidification

Has your property suffered a flood? Extreme weather is causing more and more damage. High water levels from torrential downpours and tropical storms are becoming more common. Water damage can devastate buildings and equipment. Moisture can damage any material, no matter how well built. Worse yet are the health implications if mold is given an opportunity to grow. The […]

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All You Need to Know About Selective Demolition

When you think of demolition, what do you picture? Most of us picture something complete and total. Either a building is there or it’s not. But that ignores the complexities of demolition projects. There’s something called interior demolition that is more selective. It doesn’t involve tearing down an entire structure and starting over from scratch. […]

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