How to Respond Properly When Your Home Floods

How to Respond Properly When Your Home Floods

How to Respond When Your House Floods A flood can be one of the most stressful situations you’ll ever encounter in your home or business. Not only can flood damage wreck your property, it also takes a major toll on your sanity. It doesn’t matter whether...
Preventing Refrigerator & Ice Maker Water Damage

Preventing Refrigerator & Ice Maker Water Damage

As your local McAlester OK water restoration company, FloodSERV often receives calls for flooded kitchens due to faulty refrigerators, ice makers, supply lines, and connecting parts. Over their lifetime, your kitchen appliances deteriorate and the parts crack. The...
How to Prevent Ice Dams & Protect Your Property

How to Prevent Ice Dams & Protect Your Property

Winter is well on its way, and while a little cold doesn’t scare us, it does have special considerations for your home. You want to have a warm place to cozy up, so protecting your property is of huge importance. Ice dams can result in major damages and hassle...
The Dangers of Hidden Water Damage

The Dangers of Hidden Water Damage

Unfortunately, the popular saying, “out of sight, out of mind” is not applicable when we are talking about hidden water damage. Although water damage is not always immediately visible, its potential is reason for property owners to be on the lookout. FloodSERV...
5 Tips for Preventing Crawlspace Water Damage

5 Tips for Preventing Crawlspace Water Damage

As a homeowner, you have plenty to worry about when it comes to maintaining your property. And with your crawlspace, you may be taking the approach that it is “out of sight, out of mind.” This mentality can lead to huge problems in the form of crawlspace water damage...
Water Damage Prevention Tips for Your Whole Home

Water Damage Prevention Tips for Your Whole Home

Even the slightest drip of water can lead to extensive damage in the long run. Many homeowners mistakenly believe that they can ignore moisture issues. The reality is that doing so can lead to structural instability, mold growth, and rotting of your home’s building...