Water And Mold Go Hand-In-Hand

Water Damage Restoration Services

Ok so we all have at one time or another woke up in the morning and in our grogginess taken a sip of water, only to be gagged and spit it back out. “Oh man” you thought, “that was not the water I poured for myself last night!” That was 2 or 3 days ago.…

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Changes To The Restoration Industry From 2003-2019

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I dove into the restoration industry in 2003, when three circumstances collided. First, I was a small business consultant for a moderately large printing firm, and I was looking to get on the other side of the phone. I wanted to open my own business, but like many entrepreneurs I was struggling on what to…

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My Mammoth Story: Craig Moody

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This is my story: A long, long time ago a friend of mine asked me the question, “who do we ultimately want to work for?” Perplexed and confused I squinted my eyes, slightly turned my head and blurted out “Disneyland?” His shoulders slumped, and he sighed and said, “No, us, we want to work for…

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Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing This Winter

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As the weather gets colder, it is important to consider the health of your pipes. One of the more common – and more frustrating – plumbing issues is a pipe freeze. Frozen pipes can occur in the ground or in the homemaking detection complicated and prevention even more necessary. Frozen Pipes Can Break And Cause Flooding…

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Fall Fails In Flagstaff And Northern Arizona

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In Flagstaff and northern Arizona, some of the most fatal failures I see with water damage are fairly quite avoidable. One of the water damage situations we see this time of year is people forgetting to take their hoses off their hose bibs. We will often see hoses still charged with the water on, only to be…

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The Year Was 2011, January 1st

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The year was 2011, January 1st. The temperature hit -25 degrees in Flagstaff. The surrounding communities such as Sedona and Camp Verde which are at much lower elevations saw temperatures below zero as well. We actually saw a week of below freezing high temperatures (32 degrees). I will never forget that week. At Mammoth Restoration, the phone started…

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