Buffalo Restoration Blog

Where is the Water in My Basement Coming From?

March 15, 2020: Are you suffering from unwanted water in the basement? Read our latest blog to discover the clues, then call us to help with your basement water damage restoration.

Is Storm Damage Covered by Insurance

February 15, 2020: Could your storm damage be covered by insurance? Read our latest blog to discover the clues, then call us to help with your storm damage.

Mold: What’s Growing On Up There

January 16, 2020: Are you looking for ways to prevent mold attacks in your bathroom and kitchen? Read this entire article to know How to prevent Mold from growing in your home.

Ice Dam Prevention Tips

March 25, 2019: This winter has been frigid and unusual, causing an ice dam phenomenon throughout our community. Here are a few tips and advice on ice dams and how to safely remove and prevent future ice dams.

Path to Success

July 31, 2018: Every Year Restoration and Remediation Magazine features articles talking about different trends in the restoration industry. Christopher Yanker, General Manager of Buffalo Restoration is featured as one of the independent companies discussing on how to grow your company and the benefits of being an independent firm.

Summer Outdoor Parties

July 9, 2018: The warm nights, cooking on the grill, and friends and family spending time together in the backyard create delightful memories that last a lifetime. But, hosting outdoor events also means there’s an increased risk of home fires. View our simple safety tips and guidelines to help ensure you and your guests stay safe.

Common Flood Types & Their Risks

May 29, 2018: It is that time of year and flood season is upon us. With that being said, all floods are not the same. Here are two common types of floods in our geographical area and who are at risk for these types of floods.

Water Damaged Drywall

April 11, 2018: We’ve had quite a bit of precipitation, ranging from heavy snow to rain. Naturally, this has leads to homeowners discovering leaks they previously were not aware of. And in many cases, this will lead to water damaged drywall.You might think “The leak wasn’t that bad. There are just a few minor stains, and we’ll paint over them.” In some very rare cases, this might be okay, but the vast majority of the time, you’re going to want to address the damage as soon as possible.

Frozen Pipes: Preventative Tips

January 5, 2018: Water exerts 2,000 pounds per square inch of pressure when it expands as ice causing the pipe to burst. Pipes are most likely to freeze in cabinets under sinks on outside walls, in unheated crawl spaces or basements, or where they are plumbed in outside walls.

Winter: Preventative Tips

November 2, 2017: We all know home maintenance is important to protect your investment in your home. By taking time to do the following items, it can help protect your investment and help prevent losses in your home.