Buffalo Restoration Blog

What to Do and Not to Do If You Have a House Fire

April 15, 2021: Knowing some general dos and don’ts for fire damage restoration can help streamline the process and remove some of the stress.

Signs of a Hidden Water Leak

March 15, 2021: Water damage isn't always a sudden flood. Sometimes water leaks can cause the same level of destruction as emergency water damage. Here are the signs to look for.

The Insurance F-Bomb: Flood

February 15, 2021: Using the right word for your water damage from your first call with the insurance company may mean the difference between a covered loss and out-of-pocket expense.

How to Choose a Restoration Professional

January 15, 2021: Property owners get to choose who is hired to perform work on their properties. This article describes some basic characteristics to look for when deciding who will be the best choice.

How Do We Dry Out Your Home After Water Damage

December 15, 2020: This article explains exactly what happens during the structural dryout portion of your water damage restoration.

Consequences of Slow Leaks

November 15, 2020: TS Eliot’s poem The Hollow Men famously ends with the lines, “this is the way the world ends, not with a bang, but a whimper.” And while a water damage to your home isn’t the end of the world, it can be devastating and often follows the path of the (more)

Taking Care of Your Crawl Space

October 15, 2020: To prevent water or mold damage, property owners should know some basic tips to care for their crawl spaces.

IICRC Certification: Absolutely Vital for Restoration Companies

September 15, 2020: When deciding what company to trust with your property damage restoration, one of the first considerations is their training and certifications.

Dry Out: The Most Crucial Step in Water Damage Restoration

August 15, 2020: When a water damage emergency leaves your home wet, you’ll need your space dried out ASAP to reduce the extent of the damage. Find out what that involves.

This is a Disaster! Or is it?

July 15, 2020: Disasters are devastating, but by choosing a qualified restoration company for the repairs can actually result in an increase in property values.