The team at Tri State Restorations commends and congratulates staff member Tara Wilson on obtaining her Council-certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS) designation by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). This prestigious, board-awarded certification recognizes Wilson’s knowledge and field experience in mold, microbial and bacterial remediation. To earn the CMRS designation, Tara passed a rigorous examination(…)
The impact flooding can have on your home or building can greatly vary based on the class and category of water damage you have. And so can the restoration techniques we use to address the situation. In fact, determining the categories and classes of water damage is the first step in our assessment of the issue and can help us decide which steps to take next. So how severe is your water damage?
Think you can get away with having no flood insurance? We have some facts that may make you want to reconsider: Flood losses are not usually covered by homeowners or renters insurance There is a 26 percent chance of experiencing flooding within a 30-year mortgage Floods are the most common natural disaster in the country
Carpet Cleaning in Maryland, Virginia & Washington, DC Storms are inconvenient enough as it is, but when they damage your carpets, you have even more of a hassle on your hands. After all, drying carpets isn’t as easy as drying other materials. Depending on the extent of the damage you’re facing, water or smoke damage(…)
Tri State Restorations recently hosted continuing education classes for insurance agencies in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC areas. The classes focused on ethics and white collar crime as it relates to the insurance industry and specifically targeted the relationship between restoration companies and insurance providers. Not only did this give our participants the opportunity(…)
Over the past few years we have noticed an increase in anxiety over insurance coverage when determining whether to put a claim in with your carrier. I get asked more frequently: Should I file a claim or pay out of pocket?
Disasters occur unexpectedly and many property managers and business owners are not prepared or protected against the ensuing damage. Tri State Restorations (Tri State) has several resource fact sheets that contain preventative measures that can help avoid or minimize damage in the event of a disaster. Being prepared
US Capitol Building A bipartisan group of 41 senators are sponsoring a long-term flood insurance bill, with the hope of passing it either this month or as soon as possible when the Senate returns from
Harsh winter storms can create an electrical outage when you least expect it, leaving you without light, heat, water and other basic necessities. If you have medical equipment that depends on electricity, an outage could be life threatening. Tri State Restorations, a fire and water damage cleanup and restoration