hardwood floor water damage

Common Water Damage in a Home and Business

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, as little as six inches of water can sweep someone off their feet, and 12 inches of water can move a small vehicle. SUVs, vans, and trucks will get swept away in 18 to 24 inches of water. Water can also be destructive to buildings, homes, and other structures from a rainfall, tropical storm, […]

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Wind Damage: How Wind Speed Can Impact your Home or Business

Summer storms can have a severe impact on a home or business, especially when accompanied by strong winds. Wind can tear off shingles from roofs, uproot trees, peel away siding from a structure and even decimate a building. According to research from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), expected annual economic losses from wind and storm-related […]

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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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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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Reynolds Restoration Services promotes Shawn Ostrich to director of construction

Reynolds Restoration Services Promotes Ostrich to Vice President

King of Prussia, PA — In recognition of his leadership, Reynolds Restoration Services has promoted Shawn Ostrich to vice president of operations. In this role, Ostrich will oversee day-to-day operations in the company’s three office locations to ensure quality and client satisfaction. Reynolds Restoration Services has offices in Harrisburg and King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and […]

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Edward Denton

Reynolds Restoration Services Promotes Denton

King of Prussia, PA — Reynolds Restoration Services has promoted Edward Denton, WRT, AMRT, OCT, WRT, to emergency services field supervisor. In his new role, Denton will oversee all emergency service projects in the greater Philadelphia service area and will bridge gaps between field and administrative staff to ensure quality and client satisfaction. “Since joining […]

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Reynolds Restorations Services Prep Launch - Proactive Restoration & Emergency Planning

Reynolds Restoration Services Launches PREP Program

Harrisburg, PA – Reynolds Restoration Services, a disaster restoration and reconstruction company, is proud to announce the launch of the Proactive Restoration and Emergency Planning Program, or PREP, for businesses in the region. PREP is designed to help businesses prepare to respond to an emergency or disaster related to flood, fire, storm or other related […]

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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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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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