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Water Damage Cleanup: Can “Hard Water” Damage my Home?

Tap water naturally contains suspended minerals like calcium, magnesium and other trace materials. While hard water is safe for human consumption, it can leave unsightly, hard-to-clean spots on your fixtures. Hard water can cause faded laundry, spots on glasses and flat, dull hair. But it can also be harming your home.  When water passes through […]

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Water Damage: Prevention and Preparation For Potential Cleanup

Imagine the horror as you walk into your home in Covington, only to see water pooling in your kitchen. It’s a nightmare no one wants to have let alone a realty. Water damage is never something you want or expect to happen to you. For most of us (hopefully) it will never be something we […]

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The Importance Of Having A Water Damage Cleanup Plan

Taking swift action can significantly reduce the effects of water damage in your Cincinnati home. Whether the damage is due to flooding, leaking pipes, sewer backup, appliance malfunction, or severe storms, it is important to have a plan of action and know what to do following any form of water damage. ICON Property Rescue wants […]

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Water Damage Cleanup After Cincinnati Storms 

Every summer, Cincinnati weather gives us unpredictable thunderstorms including tornadoes damaging hail. While the weather is difficult to predict, a reliable team to help you with water damage cleanup is only a phone call away. Roofs Have Limited Lifespan Excessive wind and hail will deteriorate the materials even faster. Water leaking through the roof while […]

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5 Quick Water Damage Cleanup Tips

When I was a kid, my mom was really “water smart.” She watched our water bill carefully, never left the washing machine when we left the house, and turned off the water to our house whenever we left for vacation. As a kid, it was a fact of life but sometimes it was even a […]