Blog – Disaster Cleanup Services

January 7, 2019
Water leaking out from under basement door

Basements, Mold, and Frozen Pipes

Basements are often overlooked when it comes to regular maintenance. We often forget about basements and attics when we do our seasonal checklists. These areas are […]
December 28, 2018
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Fire Safety Plans – A Checklist!

Fires are one of the worst disaster types, but you can alleviate some of the stress if you have a fire safety plan in place. Fire […]
December 19, 2018
Frozen pipe with icicles hanging off it

Frozen Pipes and Water Damage Restoration

Winter and frozen pipes go hand in hand. It is important to have a plan in place if your pipes freeze this winter. Acting fast can […]
December 10, 2018
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Water Damages and Emergency Carpet Cleaning

Water damages happen more frequently during the winter months. Frozen pipes and excess snow and ice is usually the reason, but what do you do when […]
December 6, 2018
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Holiday Lighting and Fire Safety

The holidays are upon us, and so are the beautiful decorations and lights. With holiday decorations can come fires. Disaster Cleanup Services wants your holidays to […]
November 29, 2018
Holiday lights on wood planks

Winter Home Safety Checklist

Winter is right around the corner, and colder weather is already upon us. Have you completed your winter home safety checklist yet? If not, a minor […]
November 21, 2018
Water leaking from broken pipe

Preventing Frozen Pipes This Winter

Winter weather can mean frozen pipes and expensive water damages to your home. Disaster Cleanup Services has several tips to ensure your home remains free from […]
November 16, 2018
Ice dams on a residential roof

Ice Dams and Your Roof

Icier weather is upon us and with it can come roof damages. Disaster Cleanup Services is here to give you some information to help you avoid […]
November 7, 2018
Roof with damaged shingles covered in snow

Colder Weather and Your Roof – Preventing Damages

Your roof is the one part of your home that is always in contact with the elements. Whether it be sun, rain, snow, or ice, your […]