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Firefighting Efforts Can Worsen Fire Damage in Kansas City, MO

Fire. It’s scary, lethal, and causes incredible damage to homes and businesses. From the time we’re young we’re taught about the dangers of fire and what to avoid. As adults in our homes, we install smoke detectors and fire extinguishers. At our businesses, we invest in sprinkler systems and have escape routes planned for employees. […]

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Fourth of July Fire Prevention Tips from ServiceMaster DSI

The Fourth of July is just around the corner. It’s time to celebrate America’s independence and make memories for the future. Fourth of July, however, also brings fires to homes and businesses due to fireworks, fire pits/campfires, grilling, and other fire related celebrations. Here at ServiceMaster DSI, a fire restoration company, we see multiple residential/commercial […]

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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Homeowners

For the third day of Hurricane Preparedness Week, ServiceMaster DSI created a hurricane preparedness checklist for homeowners. Be Educated Stay informed with your local media Monitor weather reports and watch for incoming tropical storms. Educate yourself on hurricanes and the damage they can do. Read about hurricane categories here. Know where your gas/propane and water […]

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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Businesses

For Hurricane Preparedness Week, ServiceMaster DSI has put together a Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Businesses. Before a Hurricane Know your hurricane risk. Stay informed with your local media. Monitor weather reports and watch for incoming tropical storms Know the different hurricane categories and how much damage it could cause to your business. Read about hurricane […]

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Colorado’s High Ranking for Man-Made Environmental Hazards and the Importance of Trauma Cleanup in Denver, CO

While property values rise across Colorado, pollution remains a problem in many cities throughout the state. In 2014, Denver County ranked 5th among regions in the U.S. with the highest concentrations of man-made environmental hazards. Three years later, many of the hazards have barely been addressed and still put Denver homes and businesses at risk […]

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