At Rainbow, we understand that our clients trust our team to come into their home or business in the midst of an emergency with safety and cleanliness as our top priorities. Whether you’re looking to simply sanitize the surfaces in your home or recover from a disaster at the office, we’re here to help.
Read on to learn the answers to some restoration questions you may have or select one of the links below to jump to a specific category:
A minor leak can quickly turn into a disaster flood in your home. Prevent water leaks and damage by taking various preventative measures. Here are a few to think about:
Read more about water damage prevention here.
If you experience a flood or water leak in your home, there are a few steps you should take:
Read more about what to do here.
There are usually multiple shut-off valves in a house – one for each of your appliances that uses water and a main shut-off valve for the entire house. You can usually find shut-off knobs for your toilet, sink or washing machine behind the units or under the sink. If your toilet is about to overflow, don’t waste time by running around looking for the main water shut-off valve – simply turn the water shut-off knob behind the toilet. (Turn it to the right!)
Learn more here.
Among the top five sources leading to water damage is your hot water heater. A small investment in an annual inspection will help prevent leaks and the expensive repairs that come with it. Be attentive to corrosion and other factors as your heater ages and replace it every 10 years.
Read the rest of the top 5 here.
Was your home recently damaged in a fire? You may be searching for DIY fire restoration tips to save a little cash in the recovery process, but the simple fact is this: fire and smoke damage restoration is not a job for amateurs. Here are four reasons why trying to clean up the mess yourself could be problematic:
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Don’t let a small fire become a major emergency. Every fire is different and may require different measures. Learn how to identify and handle small fires safely. Having the proper materials in your home to handle a small fire is essential. Read everything you need to know here.
A house fire is a traumatic event that is difficult for the whole family. To make things a little easier, it’s important to take advantage of the support provided by emergency services, friends, and family. The following tips will keep you from being overwhelmed by the situation and help you not wonder what to do next:
You know building fires can be destructive, but are you familiar with the most common fire starters in homes and businesses? Here are the top fire starters in homes to watch out for: