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Useful Information  |  Preventing Further Damage  |  Water Damage  |  Smoke Damage

After water, fire, smoke, or vandalism damage to your home, your prompt action can minimize long-term damage.  The safe and simple steps listed in this brochure can assist you in restoring your home to its pre-loss condition.  Incorrect actions can be costly mistakes.  These "Do's" and "Don'ts" are listed for your information and protection.

Vandalism:

Do's

  • Hose down or wash egg damage from the building exterior as soon as possible.

  • Wipe up freshly spilled foods from carpets and fabrics with a dampened cloth or sponge.

  • Vacuum glass particles from carpet and upholstery with extreme care.

  • Save cans, and containers which will reveal the composition of spilled inks, cosmetics, or paint.

Do Not's

  • Do not attempt to remove ink, paint, or cosmetic stains yourself.

  • Do not throw out wood chips, broken pieces from furniture, porcelain, or art objects.  Allow someone experienced in restoration to review the damage before discarding.

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