Damage following a storm is pretty typical of Maryland weather, especially when you live in towns close to the water, like Annapolis or Ocean City. Storms are out of our control, but what is in our control is what we
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Leaving for vacation is a great feeling for most people. However, returning home can sometimes mean post-vacation blues. Don’t start off your return home with finding a disaster. If you shut off your water while on vacation, you’ll save yourself
Weather is an unpredictable fact of life, but pipe maintenance on a regular basis can prevent a costly repair caused by a storm. Planning ahead can mean the difference between a quick fix and a devastating case of pipe damage.
Part of maintaining your house is making sure your pipes are in good shape. Pipe restoration can get expensive if it leads to water damage or cracked pipes. It’s not too difficult to maintain your pipes before things get too
House fires are scary things. It’s not uncommon for families to freeze in shock when a disaster strikes. But you need to deal with fire damage quickly if you want to save your home. That’s why MD Water Restoration wants
Mold thrives in damp, dark places. Your basement is the perfect breeding ground. In a humid climate, hurricane season, or even the winter months, you need to stay on top of your basement and continuously look for mold damage. Read
Drain damage in your home can be a costly hassle. It’s caused by flushed items that cause a blockage, items that are flushed but collect in the drain, heavy rain that causes flooding, and even trees that grow inside sewer
The last thing you want to happen during winter is freezing pipes or burst pipes. But with freezing rain, snow, and cold winds these things are bound to happen if you aren’t careful. To prepare, there are unique things you can do
Water damage from a leaking air conditioner is a pain. Leaks often go undetected and end up becoming a much larger issue for people to deal with. You don’t want to spend a lot of time and money fixing a
Roof water damage is more common than you think. Always make sure to check your roof if you see damage elsewhere in your home or after a natural disaster. Leaks or holes can lead to more damage if gone unchecked.