The TSC Restoration Blog


Preventing Fire Damage to your Home

deadly fireHome fires are deadly. Within minutes, a fire in your home can damage your property, the structure, and threaten the lives of you and your loved ones.

While it’s impossible to completely prevent a house fire, there are plenty of ways you can drastically reduce the likelihood and potential damage to your home.

Without further ado, here are 5 of the best ways to prevent fire damage to your home.
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How Much Does Water Damage Restoration Cost?

a water damaged homeWhen you’ve had a natural disaster or accident in your home that’s led to water damage, you probably want to know how much water damage restoration services cost.

There are many factors that are included when estimating how much a water damage restoration project will be. Things such as the extent of the water damage, the number of rooms that are impacted, the presence of mold, and the category of water.
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Stucco Water Damage: Causes & Solutions

stucco houseA house clad entirely in stucco is a thing of beauty. There’s no doubt about that.

Many homeowners prefer cloaking their houses with this type of exterior because of its benefits. For one, stucco’s top-notch quality makes it last for a long time.

It is also excellent in hiding flaws, is fungi-resistant, and is naturally equipped with thermo-regulating properties – the house will stay cool during summer and warm come winter season.

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What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Natural Disaster Recovery

tornado destructionNatural disasters have a big impact on small businesses, especially cash-strapped start-ups.

Not only will the business suffer, but the livelihood of the employees will be jeopardized as well.

And what’s more, roughly 40% of small businesses that were affected by natural disasters will never reopen, according to the American Red Cross.

Your business doesn’t have to be a statistic. With a little preparation, you can make your business’s chances of recovering from a natural disaster dramatically higher. Here’s what you need to know.

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5 Christmas Events in San Diego that you Don’t Want to Miss

Christmas in San DiegoThere are still lots of shopping to be had and Christmas events to be sought as San Diegans quickly inch their way to the most wonderful time of the year!

There’s no shortage of Christmas events in San Diego to make the season extra joyful and bright – from the remarkable display of lights to the reenactment of the story of Jesus’ birth.

We’ve sorted out the top festivities that will definitely warm your heart and put a smile on your face. Check out the list below!
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A tree just fell on my house. Now what?

tree fell on the houseWhether the tree that just fell on your house was caused by a natural disaster or a man-made one, a thoughtfully prepared aftermath recovery process is very important.

This includes checking for any injured persons, assessing the extent of the damage to your property, and if the unfortunate incident is part of your insurance coverage or your homeowner’s insurance policy. If you’re a renter, check out this insightful article.

So, how to survive a tree falling on your house? Follow these helpful tips:
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5 Tips for Preparing Your Home for Severe Winter Weather on the West Coast

severe weather on the east coast

The west coast experiences more severe winter weather than nearly any other area in the nation. During the winter season, the western area of the United States can be dealt a nasty hand of flooding, harsh winds, and mudslides. Although snow isn’t necessarily a large issue, there’s more to winter than frozen rain. Below, are the five things you can do to prepare your home on the west coast for the upcoming winter weather. Continue reading

5 Go Bag Essentials You Forgot to Pack

backpacks go bag

It’s important to keep a Go Bag in your home so that in cases of emergency, you’re ready for the worst to happen. When building a disaster kit, there are some basic necessities that immediately come to mind like food, water, blankets, and medical supplies. While those items are all critical to include in your kit, it’s also important to think beyond the bare necessities – especially if you are in a situation where you are displaced from your home for the long term. So, without further ado, here are five Go Bag essentials you forgot to put in your kit, and the reasons why you’ll want to include them.

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