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Cleaning Up After A Disaster

A few years ago, I came home to a complete disaster. I stepped inside my front door, and I instantly knew that something was wrong. My entire house smelled like mold, and as I made my way down the basement stairs, I knew why. I realized that my water heater had flooded while I was on a business trip, and my entire house was flooded. I was devastated, but I called the right person for help --my dad told me to contact a team of damage contractors, who came to resolve the situation. When they arrived, I was amazed to see how quickly they snapped into action. Read more of my page to learn how you might be able to recover from unfortunate situations.

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Hire An Experienced Foreclosure Clean Out Company To Make Your Homes Presentable For Buyers

Cleaning out foreclosed property can be a challenge, especially if the home has been vacant for a long time before the work begins. There may be no utilities to the house which further complicates the cleanup process. However, making the house presentable is important for eventually getting a sale, so it's necessary to clean it out when possible. Here are some things you may want the cleaning crew to do. Read More