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11 Spooky Halloween Safety Statistics

Posted on: October 30, 2018

Share to help family and friends remain safe!   Children are twice as likely to be killed in traffic accidents on Halloween 41 Million children will trick-or-treat this year in the U.S. 63% of children do not carry a flashlight while trick-or-treating 1 in 13 kids have food allergies 82% of parents do not use […]

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How Much Does Water Damage Repair Cost in Michigan?

Posted on: October 19, 2018

The average cost of drying out your property from category 1 water damage averages about $2592 according to HomeAdvisor.com.  As licensed professionals, we can determine the cause and extent of the damage by categorizing and classifying the damage, which are two of the largest factors in providing an accurate estimate and final bill.   To […]

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Wind Damage and Tornadoes Could Pass Through Southeast Michigan

Posted on: September 25, 2018

Hazardous weather outlook for many counties including Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, St. Clair, Lapeer, Genesee, Shiawassee, and Saginaw   According to surfacing weather reports, there is a chance of severe storm damage due to high winds occurring Tuesday through early Wednesday morning. High winds and thunderstorms are expected across southeastern Michigan becoming more severe by […]

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First Frost Forecast For Michigan This Weekend

Posted on: September 21, 2018

The Detroit Free Press reports that a blast of cold air will push temps into the mid-30’s. The cooler air will see metro Detroit experiencing its first frost around the first week of October, according to the report. It’s official. Fall is here. Northern lower and parts of the Upper Peninsula are expecting lower temps […]

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Michael Jordan Donating $2 Million to Hurricane Relief

Posted on: September 19, 2018

Former NBA basketball legend, Michael Jordan donating #2 million to aid in Hurricane Florence relief efforts of residents in North and South Carolina. Jordan, who played high school hoops in Wilmington, North Carolina, gave $1 million each to the Foundation For The Carolinas’ Hurricane Florence Response Fund and the American Red Cross, according to recent […]

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HURRICANE FLORENCE—What to do after the hurricane

Posted on: September 14, 2018

Danger still exists after hurricane Florence, even though the driving rains and winds have subsided. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers the following safety tips for homeowners returning after the storm. Is your neighborhood safe for your return? Stay tuned to local news on radio and social media for important announcements concerning the storm […]

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#1 CAUSE OF HOUSE FIRE—COOKING!

Posted on: September 13, 2018

What you should know about your homeowners fire insurance coverage Cooking is the #1 cause of house fires according to the National Fire Protection Association. Kitchen fire damage can be devastating— even worse, finding out that the home fire section of your homeowner’s policy does not fully cover your losses. If you’ve experienced a minor […]

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HUNGER AWARENESS

Posted on: September 13, 2018

    As we move into October leaving September’s hunger awareness month behind, it is important to remember that hunger, for some, is a way of life. At Advance Restoration, we deal with tragedy day-in and day-out in the form of property loss due to extreme situations of all kinds. But these tragedies can be […]

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FALL PREPARATION—3 Tips For Avoiding Property Damage This Winter

Posted on: September 13, 2018

Although it’s only fall…winter is looming whether we like it or not! Fall leaves can wreck havoc on our gutters and downspouts, add snow, ice and cold temperatures and you have a fine recipe for winter storm damage. We love to hear from our customers, but we hope it’s just to say, “Hello, we miss […]

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How to Calm Your Child’s Fear of Thunderstorms

Posted on: September 6, 2018

With the threat of heavy rain and thunderstorms in southeast Michigan and across the country the time is rife for a discussion with your children about thunder and storms. Fear of storms are common for children, and the best way to handle those fears is to communicate openly and simply with your kids. The best […]

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11 Spooky Halloween Safety Statistics

Share to help family and friends remain safe!   Children are twice as likely to be killed in traffic accidents on Halloween 41 Million children will trick-or-treat this year in the U.S. 63% of children do not carry a flashlight while trick-or-treating 1 in 13 kids have food allergies 82%…

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