Dreyer's DKI Blog

The Different Water Damage Classifications

In this article, we’ll take a look at the 4 classifications of water damage, so you can take the appropriate steps whenever you encounter a water disaster.

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Things To Remember When Creating Family Emergency Response Plan

Creating an emergency response plan saves lives. Households who are prepared for any disaster has a higher chance of surviving and getting away unscathed.

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Tips to Putting Together an Emergency Kit for Your Home

It’s highly recommended that you keep an emergency kit around the house if you want to ensure your and your family’s safety in an eventuality.

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How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Property

It’s no secret that water can cause certain damages in your home and most of them are difficult to notice until it’s too late. The Dreyer’s DKI team specializes in water damage repair in Gainesville, that’s why we created the following post

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Your Vacation

With the summer months comes summer break, and that means taking some well-deserved time off and traveling to new places. However, while you’re packing your bags and preparing to leave

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5 Ways to Deal with a Clogged Drain

One of the best ways to prevent high levels of humidity in your home is to fix any sources of stagnant water as soon as possible, especially in the bathroom. However, clogged drains and pipes can be a somewhat common occurrence.

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Controlling Spring Mold Growth

Mold needs two things to grow that are common in many places of your home: moisture and oxygen. Warm conditions also contribute. So in the spring, it is especially important to take steps to prevent a major mold problem.

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What About the Dog?

Being prepared for a natural disaster is extremely important for protecting you and your family, but what can you do for your furry, tail wagging family member?

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Don’t Panic

A surge of adrenaline during a disaster is normal, but can also cause panic. It is a time when you have to act fast to minimize potential threats. Our natural response is to RUN!

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Electrical Safety

Turning on the light may seem like a minor and effortless activity, however electricity is a crucial part in every home and it’s important to take care of your electrical installation and appliances to prevent any property damage and injuries.

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