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Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous silicate mineral and after years of research, it has shown that exposure to asbestos can cause cancer and other serious diseases. Asbestos played a huge role in American commercial product manufacturing in the 20th century. Americans who worked in construction and other blue-collar industries were most at risk of being exposed. Asbestos has been banned in more than 60 countries, but not the U.S. About 1.3 million U.S. workers in construction are at risk of being exposed today.

Dealing with Insurance Companies in the Event of Water Damage

Insurance Agent

Insurance companies are not always clear when it comes to explaining your coverage in the event of a water emergency. Your insurance coverage can vary a great deal depending on the provider, as well as the specific policy and any applicable riders. It is best to know the details when assessing your insurance coverage and starting the water damage cleanup process.

Emergency Flood Services

Flood Damage

If you experience a flood or water damage emergency in your home, every minute counts. If floodwater inside your home is not dealt with quickly, your walls, as well as your carpet, flooring, ceiling and personal property can quickly become waterlogged and damaged beyond repair. Flooded zones can quickly become unsafe for human exposure. Dangerous bacteria begin to multiply in wet environments, not to mention rot and mold growth.