Month: May 2016

Proof of Home Restoration Work in Online Gallery With Before and After Photos

We can try to describe our home restoration services to you in words, but sometimes photos can help you see the results of our work more effectively. We have created an online gallery of before and after images, showing the ways that we have completely transformed seriously damaged property. If you take a few minutes …

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National Electrical Safety Month Reminders: Easy Steps to Take to Avoid Home and Office Fires

  With all of the computers, cell phones and other devices in your home, is your family constantly overloading extension cords? As the summer months start to heat up, are you plugging in fans on top of all of these tangled wires? Do you notice that the lights in your home or office are flickering …

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Multiple Sources of Lead Exposure and Solution for Keeping Your Family Safe

Many of us are familiar with warnings about lead-based paint in older homes. However, your family can be exposed to lead in many other surprising ways. Here is some additional information about this potentially dangerous metal, related health risks and a solution for making your home a safe place. Common Sources of Lead Exposure Have …

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AT NWA Restore It, INC. WE protect
our customers and Employees

All of our professionals follow preventative safety measures

  • We stay at least 6 feet away from clients and others in clients’ homes, including pets, when possible.
  • We use an appropriate mask for the task.
  • We regularly wash our hands or use hand sanitizer, if soap and water are not available.
  • Before the visit, we discuss the details of the service and may request that you send photos via text or by email,  to help reduce the amount of time spent inside your home.

What you need to know Before scheduling services or repairs?

Per CDC Guidelines:
  • Ask the service provider to wear a mask.
  • You and other household members should wear masks.
  • Stay at least 6 feet from the service provider, and limit interactions between the service provider and other household members and pets.
  • After the service is completed, clean and disinfect any surfaces in your home that may have been touched by the service provider.

NWA Restore It Inc. also provides Covid-19 Cleaning & Disinfection Service Needs