First Choice Restoration - Hurricane Damage

Minimizing Hurricane Damage

While we may not live in a direct hurricane path, we still get remnants of hurricane rain and wind. Thus, it is important to know how to minimize the damage to your home. Preparing your Property There are at least 5 things that a homeowner can do to minimize the damage to their homes. Installing storm shutters…

Water Damage Mitigation: Toilet Overflow

Toilet overflow is one of the top 5 causes of water damage. Overflow can be caused by a clog in the bowl or a malfunction in the tank. Whatever the cause is the damage can be extensive. The damage can be contained to just around the toilet or can spread through the floors and walls…

Burst Pipe Prevention

Pipes don’t only burst during the winter from frozen water. They can also burst in the summer. Property owners should be aware of the signs of a pipe about to burst and what might cause the pipes to burst. By knowing this information, the property owner can prevent extensive damage. Most people know that the…

Did You Suffer Property Damage from Hurricanes / Tornadoes?

If your property has experienced wind damage, call us now at 800-370-0770 or contact us by email. When disaster strikes and you need wind damage cleanup! Call First Choice Restoration! We are here for you!     Our Qualifications include the following Licenses and Certifications: Licensed General Contractor Certified Mold Assessor Certified Mold Remediation Certified Home Inspector EPA…

When Dishwashers Leak

There are a number of reasons that a dishwasher can leak. However, most instances do not require a professional to fix it. Below are some of the most common causes of a leaking dishwasher and tips to fix the situation. Before using the dishwasher, the buyer should read the instruction manual so as to not…

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Why Hire a Water Damage Cleanup Company?

Restoring a home after a flood is a multifaceted task that must begin immediately. This is because the levels of mold, mildew, bacteria and fungus can begin to grow in less than 24 hours. If left untreated, or not treated properly, it can cause significant secondary damage to the house that can last for months…