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24 Trauma trains JPD on handling dangerous biohazards

Johnston Sun Rise – Disaster restoration specialists from 24 Trauma (part of 24) recently gave detectives from Johnston and nearly 50 other communities and organizations a specialized training seminar detailing the best way to handle hazardous materials, especially those involving biohazards and infectious diseases. “Detectives can be in danger long after a crime is committed if there were biohazard pathogens involved,” said 24 Trauma CEO Mike Wiseman. “Our goal is to make them aware of all possible dangers that may not
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Testimonial from Transwestern

It is with much enthusiasm that I am writing to recommend the services of the 24 Restore NE, LLC restoration services. I have been using 24 Restore NE, LLC for restoration services at my facilities for the past two years, and have always been completely satisfied with their performance. Your team does an excellent job, are always punctual, and offer the most competitive rates in town. We have also hired your team on occasion for extra jobs, such as office
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24 Begins Construction of New Training Facility in Easton

24 is proud to announce the building of an all new Training Facility at our Easton headquarters. This all new state-of-the-art space will be used by 24 Trauma, 24 Fire and 24 Restore team members, providing a fantastic location to conduct relevant skill & safety training sessions for our industry partners. “We’re really excited to have this new space available.” says 24 Restore CEO, Dan Morse. “Having the space to bring in a large group of first responders, property managers,
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4 Quick Tips to Minimize Flood Damage

Everyone knows that April showers bring May flowers, but they can also bring damaging flood conditions. Today’s heavy rain, combined with more precipitation in the forecast, means it’s time to take proactive steps to protect your property. Here are 4 quick tips you can use immediately to help minimize potential flood damage.    Clear Gutters of Debris Make sure all gutters are functioning, and clear of debris. Downspouts Make sure all downspouts are directed away from the home. To keep water
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How to Detect Mold in Your Home

Having any form of mold in your home can cause serious damage to both your home and your physical health. Because mold spores are microscopic and can enter your home in several different ways, it can be difficult to locate the problem area. Here, we will outline the best practices to detect mold in your home and what your next step should be once you have found the issue.  Allergy-like symptoms If you are experiencing allergy-like symptoms, this may be
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Ice Dams: The BIG potential danger to your property

The snow is over (at least for now), but the potential danger to your property is just getting started.   Ice dams, caused by the alternate thawing and re-freezing of snow on your roof, can take hold in your gutters and create standing water which can seep into your home. Damage from ice dams can take place days after a snowstorm. By the time you see water running down your walls, the damage has already been done.   The below diagram shows
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Snow is only the beginning: 5 Tips to keep you prepared AFTER the storm.

  THE BIG STORM HAS COME AND GONE, NOW WHAT SHOULD I DO?   Tuesday’s storm brought blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow for many. Extreme cold—especially after a snowstorm—can create a lot of problems if you aren’t careful. Here are a few tips to keep you prepared:    TEMPERATURE Make sure your thermostat is set to at least 60 degrees, even if no one is home.   CLEAR SNOW After the snowfall, use a roof rake to clear at least
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Storm Coming: Be Prepared!

As we publish today’s blog, a nor’easter is expected to hit Eastern Massachusetts from Monday into Tuesday, bringing damaging winds and heavy rain. The right preparation can make all the difference in keeping your house and property safe. Here are a few tips to make sure you are ready for the upcoming storm: Check your sump pumps and make sure they are fully operational. Make sure gutters are clear of leaves and debris and that downspouts are attached and run
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FEMA Facts about cleaning flooded buildings

This Fact Sheet was developed to help building owners, operators, contractors, and volunteer assistance groups deal with the challenges of working in structures that were not fully cleaned and dried shortly after the flooding. FEMA Flood Fact Sheet

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