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Posts from March, 2019

  • Keeping Your Pet Safe During a Fire Pets are naturally curious. They knock cups over with their tails, they rearrange the furniture, and turn on cooking equipment. My clumsy pup likes to turn on my Xbox! We don’t recommend leaving a pet alone in a room without first blowing out all the candles. Fires produce a ... Continue Reading
  • Indoor Air Quality Testing & Indoor Pollutants in York County At STOP Carolina Restoration, we offer indoor air quality testing that investigates common indoor air quality (IAQ) problems including radon gas, mold growth, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) associated with commercial and residential structures. The common problems ... Continue Reading
  • How to Remove Soot After a Fire After a fire, soot gets trapped in carpeting and it must be cleaned out. Surfaces or items unharmed by the water damage left behind by firefighting efforts can be saved. Make sure you address the damage immediately. After all, mold can begin to grow just 24-48 hours after ... Continue Reading
  • Fire Safety in your Fort Mill Home or Business Every family in Fort Mill, SC should have an emergency fire escape plan. In less than 30 seconds dinner on the stove can turn into a major fire. It takes only minutes for your home to be engulfed in flames. According to the American Red Cross, you may have as little as two ... Continue Reading