SAFEDRY RESTORATION PRIVACY POLICY

We know that you care how your information is used, and we appreciate your trust that we will use it carefully and sensibly. This notice describes our privacy policy. By visiting us, you are accepting the privacy policy described below.
  1. What Personal Information Do We Collect?
    Information You Provide.  We receive and store any information you enter. For example, when you search for or buy a product or service, or when you supply information such as your name, address, phone number, email address and free form comments, you are not anonymous. You can choose not to provide certain information, but then you might not be able to take advantage of some of our features. We use the information that you provide for such purposes as responding to your requests, customizing future visits for you, improving our website, and communicating with you.

    Other Information: Every computer has an IP (Internet Protocol) address. IP addresses of computers used to visit this site are noted. In addition, we automatically collect other information such as browser types, operating systems, the identity of the visitor's internet service provider and the URL addresses of sites clicked to and from this site.
  2. How Do We Use Your Information?
    Business Transfers. As we continue to develop our business, we might sell or buy stores or assets. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the unlikely event that we are acquired, customer information will be one of the transferred assets.

    Law Enforcement.   If we receive a lawful court order to release account or other personal information then we will comply with the law. We will also release information when necessary to protect the life, safety or property of others. This includes exchanging information with other companies and organizations for fraud protection and credit risk reduction.
  3. How Do We Protect the Security of Your Information?
    • We use a firewall to protect against unlawful intrusion.
    • We limit access to your information on a "need to know” basis.
    • No system can guarantee absolute security, just as the finest lock cannot guarantee physical security.
       However, we take every reasonable precaution to assure that your data is secure.
  4. Opt-Out Policy
    At any time after registering for information or requesting service you desire to not receive information from us, please send us a request specifying your new choice to opt-out@SafeDryRestoration.com.
  5. Cookies
    When you visit our site, cookies, which are alphanumeric identifiers, are transferred to your computer's hard drive through your Web browser to enable our systems to recognize your browser.
  6. Parental guidance (i.e. Children)
    We do not sell products or services to children. If you are under 18, you may use this site only with involvement of a parent or guardian.
  7. Third Party Websites or Other Websites
    Various Web sites may be linked to from this site. If you link to another site, your privacy depends on the policy of that site. We strongly urge you to check their privacy policy. Not all sites guarantee that they will not share your personally identifiable information with others. You may also wish to consult privacy guidelines such as those recommended by the Online Privacy Alliance (www.privacyalliance.org).
  8. Contact Us
    If you would like to learn more about our privacy policy, or to access your personally identifiable information contained on our website, you may contact us at privacy@SafeDryRestoration.com You will be required to provide identifier information to assure that this information is not released to others. We reserve the right to modify this policy in the future. If we do so, notice will be posted on our home page.

Structural Drying Wet Carpet

To avoid wind and windborne debris damage to rooftop ductwork, it is recommended that ductwork not be installed on the roof (see Figure 5). If ductwork is installed on the roof, it is recommended that the gauge of the ducts and their attachment be sufficient to resist the design wind loads. Figure 5  read more..

Water Damage

Mold usually grows in extremely damp and humid areas such as basements and bathrooms. Mold Remediation Water Damage from the caulking around your bathtub or shower is very common problem. First, there are different kinds of caulking, the caulking needs to be a mold and mildew resistant type and there's no way to know  read more..

Dehumidification

Microorganisms, viruses, mold and fungi should be eliminated in the Sewage Cleanup Dehumidification procedure. A sample of a disinfecting agent is ammonia bleach; but, other authorized sanitizing solutions might be used. For sufficient sanitizing the bleach mixture should be one cup of ammonia bleach to one gallon of wa  read more..

How To Handle Dirty Tenants

Resolving disputesA landlord and tenant can agree to mediation or binding arbitration to resolve disputes between them. If both parties want to mediate or arbitrate disputes, they should include in the rental agreement (or in an addendum to it) specific details of the types of disputes to be resolve  read more..

Do I Need To Worry About Lead At My Business

Do I need to worry about lead at my business? Preventing lead poisoning saves you money in the long run. You will have healthier, more productive employees. You also won't have to worry about being held responsible if a household member is poisoned by lead brought home from the workplace. Lead   read more..

Radon Reduction

Houses with water management systems such as basement sump pumps, French style drains, or an exterior loop of buried water-collection tuning could be efficiently mitigated by attaching the active soil depressurization method system to the existing water management system. A Radon Mitigation Radon Reduction system fan an  read more..

FEMA Flood Zones

Is financial assistance available for NFIP policyholders to reduce their overall risk? Yes, FEMA offers five hazard mitigation grant programs. Some grant programs are available only to NFIP policyholders. 105. What is the Repetitive Loss Properties Strategy? The primary objective of the Repetitive L  read more..

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Flood Defenses

If the code permits, it is probably best to throw away switches and outlets that were flooded and replace them with new ones. (See Step 5).

3.Check your water system for leaks from pipes that may have moved. (See Step 5). Even if your water supply is not safe to drink, it  read more..

DIY Removal Of Linoleum With Asbestos

Examination of the equation for asbestos minerals reveals that the visible colors for almost all common asbestos minerals and fiber sizes are shades of gray and black. The eye is relatively poor at Asbestos Abatement DIY Removal Of Linoleum With Asbestos discriminating different shades of gray. 

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Fema Debris Disposal And Flood Zones

Household Chemicals (i.e., Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)) can be taken to a county or municipal HHW facility for recycling or potentially reuse. Check with your local environmental health representative to see if a temporary HHW collection site has been established. If HHW cannot safely be removed  read more..