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We Are Proud to Announce the Flood Preparation Scholarship

Floods are nasty business. That’s why flood preparation is crucial. Right now, floods are threatening and destroying communities throughout the country, from Texas and Louisiana to Kansas and Colorado. It seems hard to believe right now, but even California could face floods and landslides this winter if an El Nino event touches down.

We believe there’s no time like the present to make sure your home and family are prepared for the event of a flood, which is why we’re proud to announce the Flood Preparation Scholarship. Read on to see how you or someone you know could win $500 for their education while helping educate others about flood safety.

Think you’re already prepared for the next big flood? Take our flood safety quiz and find out.

TSC is Repairing the San Diego Marriott’s Main Line Flood

Many of you may have already heard about the flood at the San Diego Marriott Marquis on Wednesday, but what you may not have heard is that TSC Restoration is leading the restoration. While we’re no strangers to basement floods or commercial flood restoration work, the Mariott Marquis job is larger than anything most restoration contractors will ever handle.

Right now, our technicians are on the scene and working on extraction. We’ll update this post as the story develops. Continue reading

San Diego Gas Hits $3 a Gallon

Gas hits $3 a gallon in San Diego

$3 a gallon is back in San Diego for the first time since the beginning of December. We had a good run of gasoline prices but it looks like that has all come to the end. According to survey publisher Trilby Lundberg in Camarillo, California prices across the country have risen 13 cents a gallon over the last week. That’s two weeks in a row that prices have risen, but it’s not due to a lack of gasoline. The actual culprit here in San Diego, a lack of refineries. Continue reading