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Winter storms and Water Damage: How to Protect your Commercial Property from Freezing Temperatures

Winter in Kansas can bring on brutal temperatures and unforgiving winter weather. Winter storms can cause damage to commercial properties in various ways, including frozen pipes, mold, and roof damage. While these issues can cause major destruction, it isn’t a lost cause! Lamunyon Dry Out & Foundation Repair specializes in commercial water damage and will quickly […]

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How to Clean Up Water Damage to a Commercial Building

Water damage is one danger of owning a commercial property. It can strike at any time, happening without warning, and be completely devastating to your property. Commercial water damage differs from residential in the way that you are now losing money not only on water damage repair, but also on insurance costs, loss of business, […]

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Water Loss Cleanup

We have caught a few of our techs in action…Here’s a peak at some of what they do when we spring into action if a water loss occurs at your home or businss. The first picture shows water being extracted, the second is removing carpet squares and the third is removing VCT tile. Our team works quickly […]

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8 Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Waking up to a snow-covered picture landscape may be the winter dream, but in recent years, things like polar vortices have made the cold and freezing temps near unbearable. Snowball that with blizzardy conditions so intense they garner their own names–we’re looking at you Snowmageddon, Snowzilla and Snowpocalypse–and winter can be a stressful time of year. […]

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Water Damage from Sprinkler Systems

Fire sprinkler systems offer reliable and affordable fire protection to your commercial properties. Not only do sprinkler systems prevent lives and property losses from fires, but also save millions of dollars to business owners by way of tax deductions, code and ordinance compliance, insurance savings, and the ability to continue business as usual. But for as […]

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Water Damage Prevention Checklist

A water logged ceiling or flooded basement is not something you want to come home to. The staff at Lamunyon wants to help you prevent any water damage disaster that can occur during the summer months. To start protecting your home you will want to start outside. Outside Areas That Need to Be Checked Gutters – You will want to check your […]

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Water Damage Prevention Tips

Preventing home water damage can seem to be redundant and time-consuming, but it definitely beats the alternative. Taking the right preventative measures such as fixing any faulty plumbing early on and redirecting rainwater away from your home, can save you from the headache of a disastrous water damage. If water damage does strike your house, it is […]

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What to do in Response to a Flood

A flooded house is something every homeowner dreads. It can be very expensive with irreparable damage to important possessions, and a giant headache. The stress that a flood can bring can be overwhelming, to say the least, especially if you aren’t exactly sure how to respond right away. Here are the first basic things you should do […]

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5 Ways to Prevent Spring Basement Floods

Hey – we have some good news! Spring is almost here! Okay, you probably didn’t need that reminder from us, but we do understand that with the spring thaw and snow melt, and spring storm season, there are more basement floods in the Great Bend area. While Lamunyon is here to help if you do experience a house flood at some […]

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Commercial Water Loss; Clay Center, KS

Earlier this week we got a call from Kingdom Hall, a Commercial building that had a BIG water loss. The connection for the water line to a drinking fountain came loose and sprayed just about everything inside. Our team responded right away to save the day! We extracted the water, tented/encapsulated the space and began the drying […]

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