Natural Disasters in Arizona

  • On April 23, 2018
No matter where you live in the United States, you are in danger of some type of natural disaster. The area of the country you live in will determine just what types of disaster you are most likely to face. In Arizona, many of the disasters cause fire damage, water damage, or mold. EHS has […]
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Common Sources of Water Damage in Arizona Homes

  • On April 9, 2018
Being in the desert, Arizona isn’t a place many homeowners consider at risk for water damage to their home. This is a fairly uncommon problem in regards to weather-related roof leaks, but there are other ways that water can cause damage to your home, resulting in both structural damage and possible health risks due to […]
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5 Health Hazards of Water Damage and How to Stay Safe

  • On February 16, 2018
Arizona is not known for an excess of water, yet your home or business can be struck by water damage at any time. A burst pipe, a freak rainstorm, or just the slow, insidious erosion from a small leak can leave you with signs of mold and water damage. Worse, other health hazards arise from […]
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House Damage Warning Signs

  • On January 12, 2018
If you’re a homeowner, to keep your home in excellent condition, you’ll need to perform periodic maintenance. Problems that seem minor today can quickly turn dangerous, and costly if not repaired soon. This is especially true when it comes to water or foundation damage. Learning to recognize the warning signs each part of your house […]
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The Hidden Signs of a Water Leak in Your Home

  • On February 15, 2017
Though you may not be happy about a burst pipe, at least you know immediately that you have a leak and will need water leak restoration services. But what if you cannot detect a water leak that’s happening? What if the slow drip of water is within a wall or under a floor and you […]
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Emergency Preparedness Kit: What Everyone In Arizona Should Include

  • On January 16, 2017
Most people plan for little things to go wrong. From keeping extra cash in the bank for car repairs to having your AC and heating system inspected each year, most people try to stay prepared. Unfortunately, the majority of those same people really aren’t prepared for natural disasters and more catastrophic events. Emergency preparedness is […]
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Hurricane Matthew Aftermath: How EHS Restoration Helped With Cleaning Up

  • On January 16, 2017
Arizona is blessed to never feel the full effects of hurricanes. That does not mean, however, that Arizona companies ignore their neighbors when hurricanes hit elsewhere. Hurricane Matthew devastated vast parts of America’s southeast, leaving thousands of our fellow Americans in need, and EHS Restoration responded. Hurricane Matthew Hurricanes bring huge amounts of rain, strong […]
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10 Signs of Mold You Can’t Afford to Ignore

  • On January 16, 2017
Almost all homeowners have heard horror stories of homes that looked perfectly fine from the outside but were infested with toxic black mold behind the walls. While mold remediation services that understand the dangers of mold can help, you need to be able to spot the signs of mold on your own. Keep reading to […]
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It’s Raining Inside! Is Your A/C To Blame?

  • On January 16, 2017
Nearly 80 percent of all restoration water damage calls in the summer are related to Air conditioning line leaks. Although these leaks tend to be relatively small, if left unchecked they can cause a tremendous amount of damage to a home or office, especially if the air handler is installed above a ceiling and can […]
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7 Helpful Tips To Follow Before You File a Water Damage Claim

  • On January 16, 2017
In the U.S, water damage is the second most frequently filed insurance claim and has accounted for more than $5 billion of reported* claims each year from 2011 to 2015. This type of damage can begin with a slow drip from the ceiling above you in your home or office, suddenly, you notice that paint […]
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