Home Remodeling – Call Rapid!

Home or Business need a makeover? Rapid offers home remodeling service! Here at Rapid Recovery Service, Not only will we take care of your insurance repair needs due to fire, water, or storm. Rapid is available for your home remodeling!! Are … Continue reading

Will Your Insurance Pay If Vandals Strike?

Will Your Insurance Pay If Vandals Strike? When people buy homeowner’s insurance, they usually intend for it to cover the home in which they live. That is also the insurance company’s expectation, and most of the time, that is the … Continue reading

Ozone Treatment for soot, smoke, mold, mildew and water damage restoration.

Ozone Advantages Works Fast Less Expensive Very Safe Low Maintenance Simple Operation Whether it’s fire or water damage, ozone should be an integral part of the disaster restoration process. Ozone can remove odors related to soot, smoke, mold, and mildew … Continue reading

Sump Pump Failure Water Damage Cleanup Fraser Michigan

Sump Pump Failure Water Damage Cleanup Fraser Michigan If a storm knocks out your power or if for any other reason, your sump pump stops working, there is no defense against the water rising in your basement from the sump … Continue reading

Holiday and Christmas Tree Fire Safety

Decorating homes and businesses is a long-standing tradition around the holiday season. Unfortunately, these same decorations may increase your chances of fire. Based on data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), an estimated … Continue reading

1st Day of Fall – Good Time for “Fall Fire Safety Tips”

Fall Fire Safety Tips – Devastating home fires are all too common.  According to the National Fire Protection Association, every year, there are nearly 400,000 home fires in the United States.  And many of those fires are fatal – 83% … Continue reading

Practical Guide for Fire Damage Restoration in Warren MI

Fire damage restoration needs a systematic approach to lessen the stress on homeowner’s part. When a fire is already at hand, the first thing to do is evacuate all occupants of a house. Professional advice is not to re-enter the … Continue reading