Five Steps to Do After a House Fire

 A house fire can be one of the most devastating and traumatic experiences for homeowners. In a matter of minutes – or even seconds – property and belongings can be damaged, and homeowners are often at a loss for how to start the daunting task of clean up and restoration. To help you out […]

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How to Remove Smoke Odor After a Fire

 According to the National Fire Protection Association, there are more than 350,000 house fires a year. For homeowners who have experienced a loss due to a fire, the cleanup and recovery can be challenging. Smoke residue can build up and leave a lingering unpleasant odor and if left untreated, can be hard to remove. […]

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Frozen Pipes

5 Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

As we head into winter and cold weather arrives, it’s important to understand ways to prevent frozen pipes in a home or business. Frozen pipes can become a nightmare for homeowners, and if not addressed, can burst and cause water damage. Frozen pipes can cause thousands of dollars in damages, but the good news is […]

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Employee Spotlight: Meet Julie Strong

Julie Strong joined Reynolds Restoration Services in late Summer as controller and brings more than 15 years of accounting and finance experience to the team. She oversees the accounting processes for Reynolds Restoration including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, budgeting, inventory, and compliance. Julie believes her easy transition to Reynolds Restoration is rooted in the […]

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Do You Have an Emergency Response Plan for Your Business?

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, it is estimated that nearly 40% of businesses never reopen after experiencing a disaster caused by a fire, flood, severe storm, or another extreme event. And of those that do, 25% will shut down within two years. Those are startling statistics, but business owners that have an emergency […]

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Julie Strong and Kaileigh Colwell

Reynolds Restoration Services Announces Two Additions to Leadership Team

Reynolds Restoration Services, the premier disaster restoration and reconstruction company in the mid-Atlantic region, announces the addition of Controller Julie Strong and Human Resources Manager Kaileigh Colwell. Both positions are new for Reynolds Restoration Services as a result of the recent change of ownership. Strong previously served as controller for several companies in Texas before […]

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house fire

Top Causes of a House Fire

According to the National Fire Protection Association, every 24 seconds a fire department in the United States is called out to respond to a fire. In 2019, fires caused more than $14.8 billion in property damages. While scary, most house fires are preventable. The first step in fire prevention is understanding what causes home fires […]

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Anthony Worrall, President, Reynold Restoration Services

Reynolds Restoration Services Announces New Ownership

Reynolds Restoration Services, the premier disaster restoration and reconstruction company in the mid-Atlantic region, today announced it is under new ownership by central Pennsylvania native Anthony Worrall. Worrall, founder and president of Reynolds Restoration Services, purchased the company from SitelogIQ, a national facility solutions and energy services provider. Worrall has served as president of Reynolds […]

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How to Prepare Your Home for Winter

Even though Fall has just arrived, now is a good time to start preparing your home for winter weather. Falling leaves, plunging temperatures, and winter storms can cause issues for homeowners, so be sure to take time to get ready for winter now.  With some planning, you can minimize damages to your home as well […]

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How to Prepare for a Tropical Storm

Tropical storms can bring heavy rain and wind to our region causing widespread power outages, flooding, and damages to homes and businesses. Even though the hurricane and tropical storm season began on June 1, it doesn’t appear to be dying down soon. In fact, in September alone, there were five tropical cyclones active at once […]

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