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Can Mold Cause Health Problems?

Mold is usually not a problem indoors. This is unless spores land on a wet or damp spot and begin growing. Molds have the potential to cause health problems. They produce allergens (substances that can cause allergic reactions), irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances (mycotoxins). Inhaling or touching this toxic substance or the spores may cause …

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Water Damage Restoration Is More Than Removing Excess Water | NWA Restore It, Inc. Centerton AR

Water damage can be deceptive. First of all, structural cavities attract water. The creation of trapped pockets of moisture happen. These pockets, most noteworthy, can cause damage.  The growth of these dangerous molds can push the homeowner over the spilling point.   Therefore, the detection of water in these areas in the home, can be hard to see with …

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Common Asbestos Locations in Homes

Asbestos is a highly toxic, naturally occurring mineral linked to serious respiratory diseases such as mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. Before the 1980s, when the its dangers became more widespread, it was the ideal material for residential construction because of its heat resistance properties and strength. It was found everywhere, and is still in many older homes and buildings. It is mixed into …

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Prevent Mold in Winter: Health and Safety Practices for Avoiding Mold and Stopping Mold from Growing in Your Home

  Winter in Northwest Arkansas brings with it changing temperatures and weather conditions fluctuating from dry and windy to cold and damp – and many of these conditions promote mold growth. Stale air from having the house closed up combined with rainy or snowy weather outside allows mold to thrive. Unfortunately, if left unchecked, mold …

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Holiday Season Safety

  Don’t let Christmas ever heat up too much — with fire that is. Did you know that Christmas related fires result in 13 million dollars, annually, in property damage? More importatly, these fires present real risk towards family, friends, and pets. Christmas trees are beautiful and elegant touch es to the holiday spirit. BUT, …

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Water Damage Restoration Northwest Arkansas

Water Damage Restoration Northwest Arkansas As the seasons change, we can inevitably hit some stormy weather. First of all, the best advice that we can offer is to prepare in advance, so your family and home are protected. Furthermore, here are some tips for taking precautionary steps now to avoid water damage restoration Northwest Arkansas. Preventive …

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Dryer Duct Cleaning and Fire Damage Restoration Northwest Arkansas

This time of year is an exciting but hectic one if your children are starting a new school year. Along with books and supplies for classes, they need clothes for the upcoming seasons. If you are doing endless loads of laundry, you’ll also need professional dryer duct cleaning to avoid fire damage restoration Northwest Arkansas. Do …

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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