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Identifying The Cause of a Sewage Backup In Commercial Buildings

Published by 911 Restoration Middle Tennessee on February 17, 2022 in category: Uncategorized
When your building’s sewage lines become clogged, thereby stopping wastewater from flowing through drainage pipes, a severe blockage occurs. The thick, black water that forms sewage is a risk, as it contains pollutants and diseases that can become an extreme threat to the lives of... 

Water Damage Prevention Checklist

Published by 911 Restoration Middle Tennessee on January 31, 2022 in category: Uncategorized
Water may be an essential requirement for your body’s sustenance and for the overall maintenance of personal hygiene, but an abundance of it inside the home can be harmful for both your personal belongings and the structure of your house. When additional water creeps into... 

Frayed Electrical Wires – How to Avoid Them & Risk of Fire Damage

Published by Allegra on November 19, 2021 in category: Uncategorized
Home electrical fires are one of the most common types of fires that you will witness each year. In the best-case scenario, frayed electrical wires can lead you to a minor shock which you quickly recover from. In other cases, exposed wires can transform into... 

How Snow & Ice Can Lead to Winter Flooding?

Published by Allegra on October 27, 2021 in category: Uncategorized
Obviously, rain causes water damage, but snowfall and ice can also lead to water damage. Snow is basically crystalline water, so it can wreak significant havoc on your home when it melts.  But that’s just one thing: snow and ice can also lead to a... 

Best Humidity Level to Mitigate Mold Damage & How to Maintain It

Published by Allegra on September 23, 2021 in category: Uncategorized
Mold is a prevalent problem in nearly every household today. The bacteria primarily thrive on organic matter (such as wood and paper) and moisture. Relative humidity higher than 55% should be enough to support the growth of various types of mold, including black mold (the... 
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