Water Removal

How to Choose a Water Damage Remediation Company

It’s rare that property owners need the the services of a water damage remediation company, but when they do, their choice of company can help avoid major problems. Phone books and online searching will show you a varied listing of handymen and general contractors, but few have the experience and training to properly handle serious […]

Water Damage FAQs

Water damage creates a variety of issues for property owners and often leaves them searching for answers. Questions about the extent of the water damage, the risks it poses, and whether they should consult a professional are among the most common. While no two incidents are exactly the same, many water-damaged properties shared similar characteristics. […]

By |January 2nd, 2013|Water Damage Restoration, Water Removal|0 Comments

Types of Water Damage

Water damage is a threat to all home or property owners, and understanding it is absolutely key to managing its damaging effects. While many property owners may feel safe sitting well above or outside of flood zones, the majority of water damage comes from within the home. A leaky pipe or appliance can cause just […]

By |December 8th, 2012|Uncategorized, Water Damage Remediation, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Damage in Vehicles from Hurricane Sandy

While most people think about water damage to homes from Hurricane Sandy, vehicles took an equally hard hit. Even though your vehicle may not have gotten washed down the street, it could still have water damage. If your area felt the impact of Hurricane Sandy, you may want to give it an examination before you […]

By |December 8th, 2012|Water Damage Restoration, Water Extraction, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Damage Cleanup: What can be Saved?

Water is and intrusive and abusive damaging force. It attacks everything in its path and can leave your property in disarray. Reacting quickly to water damage can save many of these items before they are attacked by mold and mildew growth. Mold and mildew can begin growing in as little as 24 hours, so moving […]

By |December 6th, 2012|Water Damage Restoration, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Damage Prevention: What to look for?

Water damage can cause extensive damage to a home or office. While you may think a drip here or there may never amount to anything, you could be quite wrong. Drips lead to leaks, mold and mildew growth. Catching these leaks early, or before they even happen, can save you thousand of dollars down the […]

By |December 6th, 2012|Water Damage Restoration, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Damage Restoration: Florida’s building codes rated best in hurricane protection

ORLANDO — Florida ranks highest among 18 hurricane-region states for building codes and their enforcement, the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety says.

The state got 95 points out of 100, and the institute praised its “well-developed system for regulation of all aspects of code adoption and enforcement, code enforcement training and certification, and […]

By |April 3rd, 2012|Water Damage Restoration, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Damage Restoration and Water Removal

Water is ubiquitous. It is vital for any life form's survival. However, water at times can become unwanted and could be a great adversary too! When it's time to dehumidify, then it's time to call Anderson Restoration & Emergency Services!

By |August 27th, 2009|Infrared Camera, Mold Remediation, Mold Testing, Water Removal|0 Comments

Mold Remediation Services and Mold Types – Curvularia


Round 6: I think it would be educational to provide the most commonly found molds and a brief description about them. When we get the lab reports back, after sending in our collected samples during mold testing, they include information about any mold spores present. Here is their documentation for Curvularia:
It may cause corneal infections, […]

By |August 6th, 2009|Infrared Camera, Mold Remediation, Mold Testing, Water Removal|0 Comments

Water Extraction and Hurricane Season 2009 – St. Augustine, Orlando, and Jacksonville, Florida

Hurricane Season 2009 - No flooded homes, from big storms, makes for a happy summer!

By |July 13th, 2009|Water Removal|0 Comments