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Water Damage Restoration Process

An unexpected water loss at a home or business can be overwhelming. It’s hard to understand what to do – or who to call – when gallons of water are pouring into a building. It’s important to act quickly in the event of a water emergency to prevent extensive damages. Standing water can cause structural […]

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Ryan McGough

Employee Spotlight: Meet Ryan McGough

Ryan McGough joined Reynolds Restoration Services more than ten years ago as a director of business development and is currently a vice president. In his business development role, Ryan is responsible for working with commercial and industrial businesses to help them minimize risk to their properties through vulnerability analyses, emergency planning and proactive disaster management […]

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Should I Hire a Restoration Company?

Has your home or business ever been damaged by a fire or flood or another disaster? Have you had a frozen pipe burst and water poured into a finished room in your house? Have you had a mold infestation and not known what to do? If you’ve suffered a loss due to any of these […]

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How to Remove Mold Safely

 Finding mold inside your home or business is never a good sign, and getting rid of it can be challenging to complete on your own. You may not even realize it, but mold is all around us, and can take many forms. Mold is a type of fungus and has many beneficial applications, such […]

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Ed Denton

Employee Spotlight: Meet Ed Denton

Ed Denton joined Reynolds Restoration Services team in 2017 as a mitigation technician before being promoted to emergency services field supervisor in March 2020. As an emergency services field supervisor, Ed is responsible for overseeing emergency projects to ensure clients’ needs are met every time. Ed also works closely with the field teams making sure […]

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How to Inspect A Fire Extinguisher

 One of the most important pieces of equipment in your home or office is a fire extinguisher. Portable fire extinguishers are great tools to include as part of your fire safety plan. When used properly, they can stop small fires from spreading through a building, reduce damages to property and most importantly, save lives. […]

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How to Get Rid of Ice Dams: Prevention and Remedies

Icicles hanging over the roofs and eaves of homes may look beautiful in the winter months, but icicles also signify a problem with roof drainage. If not addressed, icicles can lead to ice dams that can cause damages to homes and even injury if not remedied. What is an Ice Dam? Ice dams form when […]

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Andrew Dresher

Reynolds Restoration Services Announces New Addition to Team

Industry veteran Andrew Dresher joins RRS as a Senior Project Manager and Estimator Harrisburg, PA — Reynolds Restoration Services, the premier disaster restoration and reconstruction company in the mid-Atlantic region, announces the addition of Senior Project Manager/Estimator Andrew Dresher. As a senior project manager and estimator, Dresher will manage both commercial and residential disaster restoration […]

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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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Shawn Ostrich

Employee Spotlight: Meet Shawn Ostrich

Shawn Ostrich joined the Reynolds Restoration Services team in 2016 as a project manager. Since his hire nearly five years ago, Shawn has taken on different roles including senior project manager and director of construction before moving into his current position as vice president of operations. As VP of operations, Shawn oversees the workflow, processes, […]

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