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Five Ways to Prevent Kitchen Water Damage

When we think of water damage affecting our homes, we don’t often think of it coming from the kitchen. Most of the time, we tend to focus on water proofing our basements and roofs, however, the kitchen is one area of our homes that can’t afford to be ignored when it comes to water damage. […]

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How to Prevent Residential Water Damage

Summer in Kansas can bring about heavy rains and severe storms. Large amounts of water in a short amount of time can lead to high levels in lakes, rivers, and even sewers. Without proper drainage in place the extra water has nowhere to go and can lead to flooding. The thought of water damage in […]

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What to Do if Your Home Has Water Damage

Water damage can happen for any number of reasons. If you are unfortunate enough to experience flooding in your basement or other areas of your home due to a burst pipe or a broken sump pump, you may wonder what steps to take next to start repairing the water damage.   What to Expect When You Call in […]

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What causes water damage in the winter and how can you avoid it?

Water damage in winter can be tough to avoid. When temperatures plummet pipes can freeze and burst causing water damage to your home. Leaks can also go undetected, causing damage to floors, walls, furniture, artwork, and more. How can you prevent water damage to your home not only in winter, but year round?  Install a […]

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How to Protect Your Basement from Water Damage

When you think of basement flooding, you might point the finger first at Mother Nature and her heavy rains, melting snow, or more disastrous weather events. However, in-home water damage is more often caused by appliance issues, plumbing problems, or other manmade-related situations, according to the Insurance Journal. In fact, among the five most common home […]

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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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