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Why Time Is Of The Essence When It Comes To Smoke And Fire Remediation

Fires can happen any time during the year. But it does seem like we have an increased number of fire losses in the colder months. Mainly due to space heaters, candles, fire places, holiday lights and increased baking/cooking for the holidays. Odor removal is typically the most complicated part of smoke, soot and fire remediation. […]

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Three Risks Of DIY Water Damage

Many home and property owners in Minneapolis feel like they might be able to save some money following water damage if they handle the cleanup on their own. While it is good to be proactive and get the cleanup process started as soon as possible, we at 24Restore want to remind you that it’s important […]

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HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS

Walk Safely Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. Put electronic devices down, keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street. Teach children to make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. Always […]

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#HomeFireDrillDay

I know I have mentioned the importance of this in previous blogs. We all know we are guilty of procrastinating certain things, especially things that may seem not very important when you are already struggling to keep up with the day to day. I can’t stress it enough … that when it comes to  smoke […]

It’s Fire Prevention Week

In a fire, seconds DO count. Seconds can make the difference of escaping safely and seconds can make a huge difference in salvaging your home and all of your belongings. That’s why the National Fire Protection Associations theme for Fire Prevention Week 2019 is “Not every hero where’s a cape. PLAN and PRACTICE your escape.” […]