Hurricane formation

Tropical Storms vs. Hurricanes – Know the Difference

What is the Difference Between a Tropical Storm and a Hurricane? The Atlantic hurricane season officially started on June 1, with an expected increase in activity in August followed by a peak in September. While Southern and coastal states are at the highest risk to experience a hurricane or tropical storm, our region can also […]

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flooded basement

What to Do After a Flood

In 2019, flooding impacted more than 14 million people in the United States. Flooding can cause extensive water damage in homes and businesses, and it’s essential to take quick action after a flood to protect business assets and home possessions. At Reynolds Restoration Services, we’ve responded to countless water and flooding emergencies over the last 15 years. Our team of restoration specialists offers the following […]

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fire damage

4-Step Process for Planning for Facility Emergencies

No business is immune to a disaster or interruption to business operations caused by a storm, flood, fire, or other event. While emergencies and weather-related catastrophes are hard to predict, with some planning and preparation, facility managers and business owners can limit the negative impact to their business operations. Do you know what to do […]

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Donald Holstein

Employee Spotlight: Don Holstein

Employee Spotlight: Don Holstein Describe what you do at Reynolds Restoration Services. As the branch manager at the King of Prussia office, I guide quality control of the office’s work, from initial emergency response to project closeout. How long have you worked in the restoration services industry? For more than 20 years. October is Fire […]

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mold in schools, mold behind bookshelves

Project Spotlight: Mold in Schools

Project Spotlight: Mold in Schools The summer of 2018 was one of the wettest on record. Frequent torrential rain created challenges for many school districts, most notably an increase in moisture and humidity and, consequently, mold. Wet Weather Challenges While the wet weather contributed to ideal conditions for mold growth, many districts mistakenly helped the mold […]

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mold in schools, ceiling mold

Summer School Health: Preventing Mold in Your School

School’s out for the summer! While it might seem as though summer is the perfect time to give your school’s HVAC system a rest, a little bit of air conditioning and some preventative maintenance can go a long way in keeping your unoccupied school healthy. As schools sit idle, mold growth can become an issue […]

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Rich Commo

Employee Spotlight: Rich Commo

Meet Rich Commo Describe what you do at Reynolds Restoration Services. I am the Director of Emergency Services. I oversee the emergency response efforts in our three locations: Harrisburg and King of Prussia, PA, and Elkridge, MD.   How long have you worked in the restoration services industry? I have been in the restoration and […]

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What Are the Benefits of Hiring an Independent Restoration Contractor?

Reynolds Restoration President, Anthony Worrall, was featured on the Central Penn Business Journal Insights blog. This weeks post, “What Are the Benefits of Hiring an Independent Restoration Contractor” went live on February 12, 2016. In 2005, Reynolds entered the restoration and reconstruction industry with the development of Reynolds Restoration Services (RRS). Over the course of the […]

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Snow and Ice Build-Up on Your Roof can be Damming

Reynolds Restoration President, Anthony Worrall, was featured on the Central Penn Business Journal Insights blog. This weeks post, “Snow and Ice Build-Up on Your Roof can be Damming” went live on January 28, 2016. Following in the footsteps of historic rainfall events across the Eastern seaboard this fall, Winter Storm Jonas showed no remorse, smashing […]

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mold

Mold Prevention and Mitigation

Reynolds Restoration President, Anthony Worrall, was featured on the Central Penn Business Journal Insights blog. This weeks post, “Mold Prevention and Mitigation” went live on December 24, 2015. Molds are everywhere and can grow anywhere – indoors and outdoors – year around. Molds are a form of fungi (like a mushroom) and similarly to mushrooms […]

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