Emergency Restoration Tips, Tricks and News From Kade Restoration

Photo by: TeamNovak Your dishwasher leaked, and the water definitely reached your hardwood floors. You quickly dry the standing water, and inspect the boards. Are they damaged? Unfortunately, sometimes this can be hard to tell at first glance. When a flood occurs with large amounts of water...

When wonderful San Clemente family experienced a major flood they thought it was the beginning of a nightmare.  The ceilings of their 3 story condo were caving in.  All of their personal contents were soaked and damaged.  Frantic, they called their insurance agent who wisely referred...

Photo by Chris Camargo On a Sunday morning in 1941, the radar officer saw a large blip and warned the Lieutenant in command. The Lieutenant replied, "Don't worry about it."  I am now going to be your radar operator so please listen before you say don't...

Photo by: Tina Negus There is nothing more frustrating than dealing with the aftermath of a home or building that has flooded.  Once the problem has been identified and the water and debris have been removed, drying out the area is the next step. Properly drying out...

Photo by Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center Flood Cleanup - Avoiding Indoor Air Quality Problems While indoor air quality may not be the top priority during flood cleanup, it is something that should not be disregarded.  When moisture remains in contact with the surfaces in...

Photo by Simy James How to Remove Mold Mold removal can be relatively easy, or a long, painstaking process, depending on the type and breadth of the mold involved. To determine whether or not the removal can be done at home or by a professional, consider the following: How...

When the owners of a gorgeous vacation home in Ritz Cove were informed by their caretaker that the home was flooded, it wasn't a trick or a treat!  Thankfully their insurance company and caretaker both recommended the best in the business when it comes to...

Photo by Matt El Nino happens every few years when the water along the equator is warmer than average.  This warmer water creates weather patters that increase rain and snowfall for us in California.  Currently the water along the equator is 5 degrees warmer than it should be. PLEASE...