How do I know if I have existing water damage? Water Accumulation – Look for areas of pooling water in and around your home. This is typically the most visible sign of water damage and can signify a leaking roof or faulty draining pipes.Discoloration – water if left unchecked can stain walls and c...

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Woo hoo! Another year on the Best Places to Work list for us and we couldn't me more excited.  Congratulations to all of the incredible companies and non-profits who also made the list; it's an honor to be listed by your side.  Mahalo, Hawaii Business Magazine for the feature!

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One of the top concerns following a flood is mold growth in your home or facility. Mold as a result of elevated moisture can cause structural damages as well as significant health problems for inhabitants of a home or property. From a single family residences to an entire apartment, no mold remo...

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We were honored to have the opportunity to serve as the Title Sponsor for this year's IREM Golf Tournament!  It's always a great day to get out of the office and play with some of our best friends in the industry. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our tee , and while we're sorry to say that no...

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Premier Restoration Hawaii recommends how to save money by focusing on specific areas of your home. 1.  Supply Lines Choosing the right material for plumbing appliance supply lines is important. Simply choosing a stainless-steel braided rubber hose with threaded connections over other materials...

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Managing Risk While Managing Cash by Marlone Madamba Jan 2019 issue of Building Management Hawaii Page 34 20 years ago when i started in property restoration we didn't have the litany of concerns that we do today. With most industries as they grow, the technical service elements become way more deta...

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By Anna Hrushka  – Reporter, Pacific Business News12/17/2018Premier Restoration Hawaii opened its first facility on the Big Island, an expansion that includes a planned investment of close to $500,000 in new equipment and human resources over the next three months.The company, wh...

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When our Ops manager came to us saying he wanted to sacrifice his newly purchased home as a flood training center for our team by literally flooding the home himself, we thought he was crazy but also knew it was a rare opportunity to test our methods and industry standards.  After flooding th...

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Many of our Maui neighbors and friends were severely affected by the flooding that happened in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Olivia last week and our Senior Vice President of Operations, Anthony Nelson made this helpful video to start to help everyone affected with the clean up process.  Befo...

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As Hurricane Olivia moves over the islands with predicted heavy rains, strong winds and high surf, here is our list of must-have items to prepare you best for this storm: 1.  Water – You’ll need one gallon per person per day for two weeks. You will need water for cooking, cleaning as well as wa...

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