About Oceanside Restoration
Our mission is to deliver quick and superior disaster restoration services in times of emergency. We protect, preserve and restore order. That’s the Oceanside way! We offer property owners peace of mind that the job will be done quickly and professionally. We provide insurers with the assurance of quality and consistent service so they can confidently recommend us. We help our employees become the best in the industry. We use local contractors and service providers to support local businesses and well as our own. Oceanside brings your house back to home.
Any damage to your home or business – be it from a storm, water, wind, fire or vandalism – can be a dramatic event. It can cause upheaval, uncertainty and even chaos. Our business is built around delivering rapid and superior restoration services. Our values are built around the way in which we deliver those services.
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Did you know, the water from a pipe burst will continue to flow into your home until the water main is shut off? If this were to happen to your home, would you be able to find the main shut off valve before the water causes too much damage? If your answer is no, don’t be ashamed. A majority of people would be in the same situation you are in. Many people do not know where or how to shut off the water supply. Whether you are in an emergency situation or just heading away on vacation for a while, it is important and beneficial to know how this works.
It has been over 25 years since the Cape’s last hurricane – Hurricane Bob. Still there continues to be the annual Nor’Easter than in many respects has been more harmful than the occasional hurricane or superstorm similar to Super Storm Sandy that impacted New Jersey and New York last year. Typically, the major storm damage is wind-related from trees falling on homes or water damage and flooding.
The most effective way to control the growth of mold is to prevent moisture from entering an indoor environment. When moisture is present – through a leak, spill or flood – it should be removed quickly and all affected materials completely dried as soon as possible. This will limit the growth of mold and any subsequent damage.
Mold needs only three things to grow:
1) An organic food source such as wood, paper, fabric, leather, wool.
2) Sufficient moisture that can come from a plumbing leak, a spill, seepage, or high humidity.
3) An agreeable temperature range between 55 and 95 degrees.