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Pet Care After a House Fire

When a family experiences the traumatic event of a house fire, there are many resources available to help restore possessions, take care of physical injuries, and provide temporary housing and help during the restoration efforts.  But what about pets? While the Salvation Army, the Red Cross and the insurance company are seeking to help the […]

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Air Scrubber can Improve the Air Quality in Your Home or Office

If your home or office has been recently remodeled, painted, or new carpeting, an air scrubber may be beneficial to reduce fumes and particulates, and improve the air quality post-construction or post-remodel.  Most people think air scrubbers are necessary only during disaster restoration, but this is far from the truth.  Air scrubbers can be very […]

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Equipment Used in Structural Drying

If you’ve experienced a flooding event in your home or office, seeking a disaster restoration contractor can seem a daunting task.  Not all disaster restoration companies are the same.  Flood damage cleanup, and water damage restoration requires specialized know-how, experience, and the right equipment to get the job done properly.  Assessing the damage comprehensively so […]

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Could a Kitchen Remodel Improve Your Eating Habits

Is the environment you’re eating in affecting your food consumption?  Recent research implies this may be true.  A recent article by Brian Wansick PhD Cornell University, suggests that environment plays a large role in food consumption.  Dr. Wansick fleshes out the idea that environmental factors can distract or stress an individual while they are eating, causing […]

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Respiratory Issues and Office Furniture

Although this research is 5 years old, it still remains true that paint, carpeting and upholstery treatment of office chairs and workstations may be emitting chemicals into the workplace environment that can cause respiratory issues. If you’re concerned about the air quality in your workplace, contact Pioneer Restoration today for IICRC certified air quality testing […]

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Bathroom Updates that Add a Touch of Class

Looking to freshen the look of that dated ugly bathroom without spending a fortune on a remodel?  We’ve found a few great ideas that interior designers use to give old spaces a quick and easy facelift. Funky Mirror: Head out to the antique market or a few garage sales, and hunt down a great looking […]

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Home Improvements During the Dry Season

Looking to make some DIY home improvements this summer?  Well we’ve done a little research and, according to the experts, here are just a few of the best projects to tackle during the dry season. Interior Paint: Because rain is less likely, it’s easier to move furniture out to the garage or a porch if […]

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