Restoration Knowledge Center by PDQ Restoration

Know what to do in the future if your sewer ever backs up!

Dealing with a property disaster is overwhelming enough without the added stress of being unsure how to properly communicate with your homeowner’s insurance company. Here are some practical steps you can take to ensure the process is handled properly.

A house fire's emotional toll on you, your family, and your property can be extensive. While in this vulnerable state, you will want to know what things you should not do in order to protect your family and your investment.

Preparing your home for winter is best done before the heavy snowfall, damaging frosts, and below-freezing temperatures make it impossible to protect your property.

As snow accumulates on your roof, the heat from inside your home can melt the snow. When this snow melts, the water it becomes flows to the edge of your roof to your eaves. Since the eaves overhang your roof and are not heated parts of your home, this wat

Are you aware of the harmful side effects from smoke exposure on your body and damage within your home after a fire?

If you experience water intrusion in your home, there's no time to waste! Seek professional help with urgency.

Know what to do in the future if your sewer ever backs up!

Candles may be beautiful, but for many families across the nation, they have also proved deadly. On average, a candle fire in the home is reported to a U.S. fire department every 30 minutes.

Water damage is important to get under control right away and our equipment is meant to stabilize a situation and then dry it out

The water and surrounding area is contaminated with pathogenic or toxigenic agents that are is important to call PDQ immediately to isolate the area and begin decontamination.

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