Insurance Claim Barriers in Water Restoration

In a perfect world, claims made to insurance companies would be covered quickly and without hassle. And because you are making payments regularly to cover your home, business or structure, you probably expect the process of making a claim to cover a water loss to flow seamlessly once the opportunity presents itself. Unfortunately, there are…

Documentation Essentials in Water Restoration

Documentation is an integral part of the drying and remediation process. Not only does it protect remediation experts in the midst of performing their jobs, but it also gives you, the client, a clear view of the remediation project from start to finish, including what was achieved and how. Because documentation is, in essence, proof…

Your Recourse If Your Neighbor Hoards Animals

A surprising number of people hoard, including individuals who hoard animals. In some cases, animal hoarding can go unnoticed to the proverbial outside world for at least some period. Ultimately, as time goes on and the number of animals being hoarded grows, others will become aware of what is going on. This includes neighbors of…

Your Rights When a Home Inspector Fails To Identify Material Problems at a Property

A person involved in the purchase of a home oftentimes engages the professional services of a home inspector to ensure that the premises are in sound condition. In nearly all cases, a home inspector does an admirable job and provides a reliable report to the homebuyer of the state of the premises. This includes identifying…

Saving Your Cherished Possessions After a Flood

Floods cause devastating damage and extensive loss each year in California and across the United States. Floods in homes, businesses, and other locations can be caused by pipe ruptures, sewage backups, and storms. Not only can floods cause physical injuries and even deaths, they can result in significant property loss, including the loss of cherished…

Meth Remediation: Steps to Collect Samples

A key element of meth remediation is to determine whether contamination exists in the first instance and the extent of that contamination. This crucial step is accomplished through thorough testing, which requires the appropriate collection of samples. There are a number of key steps associated with collecting samples to ascertain whether or not meth contamination…