Last year, we were surprised in the middle of the night when all of our smoke alarms started sounding. We realized that we needed to get out of the house and fast. Fortunately, nobody was hurt, but our house was absolutely destroyed. It was frustrating to see the mess, and I instantly knew that we would need professional help to clean things up. We hired a damage contracting team, and they were essential to getting things back in place. By the time they were finished, our home looked like new again. This blog is all about recovering from house fires, floods, or other devastating disasters in your home.
Your home is your safe haven, but when a natural disaster strikes, it could become a danger. Check out these three common natural disasters and how to check for damage to your home after each one.
The seismic waves created by earthquakes shake the ground, which causes an unstable platform for your home. Worldwide, there are about 100 Earthquakes a year that are strong enough to cause damage. Even if your home is not in the epicenter of the earthquake, you may still be in danger because the waves spread outward, growing weaker until finally dissipating. [Read More]