Exceptional Restoration Associates
A new ERA in property restoration.
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A new ERA in property restoration.

Exceptional Restoration Associates was founded by Becky Reed. A 31+ year veteran in the Restoration business. Becky previously worked at a national level, i.e., hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Harvey before deciding to reside locally in restoration.

Mold can quickly spread 24 to 48 hours after a house is damaged by water, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Cleaning up mold as soon as possible is critical to helping minimize the damage in your home. Here are some tips to help clean up mold after your home has experienced a flood. 1) Wait To Enter Your Home Until It's Safe 2) Contact Your Insurance Company 3) Mold Cleanup 101 - Here are some other basic tips from the EPA on how to start cleaning mold after a flood: a) If there's still water in your home, use a wet vacuum to remove it. b)Open all windows, doors, cabinets and drawers to help get the proper ventilation before you start working. You may also want to remove doors and cabinets from their hinges. c)Use fans and humidifiers to help air out the space. Remove mold with water and detergent. Make sure never to mix bleach and ammonia, as this can be toxic.    #cleanup     #water     #mold     #flood

Mold can quickly spread 24 to 48 hours after a house is damaged by water, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Cleaning up mold as soon as possible is critical to helping minimize the damage in your home. Here are some tips to help clean up mold after your home has experienced a flood. 1) Wait To Enter Your Home Until It's Safe 2) Contact Your Insurance Company 3) Mold Cleanup 101 - Here are some other basic tips from the EPA on how to start cleaning mold after a flood: a) If there's still water in your home, use a wet vacuum to remove it. b)Open all windows, doors, cabinets and drawers to help get the proper ventilation before you start working. You may also want to remove doors and cabinets from their hinges. c)Use fans and humidifiers to help air out the space. Remove mold with water and detergent. Make sure never to mix bleach and ammonia, as this can be toxic.

#cleanup #water #mold #flood

Do you know about your sump pump and its importance in your home? And do you know if you’re covered by your insurance if you run into issues with your sump pump? If you live in a home that is on any foundation other than a slab, you should have at least one sump pump and possibly more depending on the size of the home and various other environmental factors. Even with a sump pump, it’s important to know how it works and the different issues you might encounter. ⚡️The first thing to know about your sump pump is how it works. When a home is built, a drainage system is created around the foundation to filter water down to the drain tiles which then drain into the sump pump. The entire purpose of your sump pump is to keep water away from your foundation so it doesn’t seep into your home. After the water drains into the pump it is pushed as far away from the foundation as possible, usually towards the street, the middle of the yard, or a drainage ditch. When there is too much water at once, the drain tiles can fill, and the sump pump may not be able to work fast enough to continue pumping out the water, causing the pump to overflow. This means that even if the sump pump is working properly, it’s still possible to have a water loss in your home due to a sump pump backup. ⚡️Burnout Due to Overuse ⚡️Power Outage ⚡️Underuse

Do you know about your sump pump and its importance in your home? And do you know if you’re covered by your insurance if you run into issues with your sump pump?
If you live in a home that is on any foundation other than a slab, you should have at least one sump pump and possibly more depending on the size of the home and various other environmental factors. Even with a sump pump, it’s important to know how it works and the different issues you might encounter.
⚡️The first thing to know about your sump pump is how it works. When a home is built, a drainage system is created around the foundation to filter water down to the drain tiles which then drain into the sump pump. The entire purpose of your sump pump is to keep water away from your foundation so it doesn’t seep into your home. After the water drains into the pump it is pushed as far away from the foundation as possible, usually towards the street, the middle of the yard, or a drainage ditch. When there is too much water at once, the drain tiles can fill, and the sump pump may not be able to work fast enough to continue pumping out the water, causing the pump to overflow. This means that even if the sump pump is working properly, it’s still possible to have a water loss in your home due to a sump pump backup.
⚡️Burnout Due to Overuse
⚡️Power Outage
⚡️Underuse

☎ CONTACT

(262) 201-4320

beckyr@exceptionalrestoration.com

414 Winfield Ct

Slinger WI 53086

 
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