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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When living in Hawai’i, it’s not a matter of if your home will be affected by mold growth, but when!  Mold in the home is prevalent in our humid island climate, however, there is a lot of misunderstanding regarding what mold is, what causes its growth, how to get rid of it and its severity on i...

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Flooding is the #1 Natural Disaster, yet only a small number of homeowners are covered by flood insurance. Unless your home is located in a zoned floodplain, you aren’t required to purchase flood insurance with your homeowners insurance policy which results in only about 18% of homeowners carrying f...

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Let's face it - Mold in the home is not fun! Not only is it very difficult to get rid of once present, it is also detrimental to the quality of the air in your home and responsible for a number of different respiratory irritants. And all it needs to grow are the following ingredients: MoistureWarmth...

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To an untrained eye, this room looks dry. To IICRC- Certified Water Damage Technician and Mitigation Manager, Josh Tappero, it is anything but.  More than just removing visible standing water caused by a flood, our IICRC-Certified Water Damage experts are equipped with the right tools and know...

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Building Management Hawai’i is the leader in relevant content and expert opinion related to property management in Hawai'i; we are very excited to be gracing their latest issue with a story on our recent acquisition of Can Clean Hawaii and how this strengthens and expands our existing service lines...

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If you have experienced a flood and your carpet was damaged, can it be saved? Well, that depends.  Because carpets tend to be highly permeable allowing for a high degree of evaporation, carpets are most often salvageable if the water source of the cause of the flood is a clean water source. H...

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By Charlie Ogden With 30 years in the business of emergency water extraction, Charlie Ogden has seen it all.  Here is Charlie's thorough guide on water leaks from what to expect and how to select a legitimate water extraction company. One of the most dreaded situations for a building manager is...

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Following a devastating fire, a natural first priority always feels like the salvaging of one's precious personal items.  While Premier Restoration Hawaii does offer Personal Property Restoration services as part of our full service restoration model, should you choose to take salvaging efforts...

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….but if you do! Here’s what to do immediately following a water loss event to limit damages caused to your belongings and your property: 1. Shut off the main water valve to stop the water If the water source causing the flooding is inside your home, shut off the main water valve immediately. It...

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