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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

 Dryers and washing machines were involved in one out of every 22 home structure fires reported to U.S. fire departments in 2006-2010.

 

 

 

Posted by ckay at 10/23/2013 10:11:00 PM
Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Fire & Smoke Restoration

Posted by ckay at 10/9/2013 10:12:00 PM
Monday, September 23, 2013

Frozen Pipes are one of the Main Causes of Flooding in ID….Here Are Some Tips to Help You in This Situation

 

Posted by ckay at 9/23/2013 9:29:00 PM
Monday, August 5, 2013

CTR opens up a new shop in Twin Falls at 211 Addison Ave West.

Riboncutting took place August 23rd 2013

Posted by cheri at 8/5/2013 4:31:00 PM
Wednesday, May 8, 2013

On May 15th the 2013 Boise Metro Small Business of the Year & Best of the Chamber Awards Luncheon will highlight many important contributors of businesses and nonprofits to the Boise Valley! Chamber businesses are a crucial driving force in our economy with their contributions of new jobs, products and services.

Posted by cheri at 5/9/2013 3:49:00 AM
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
CTR Clean Up & Total Restoration and it's owner Mark Pasculli were recently featured in an article published in US Builders Review. This honor highlighted the accomplishments of a local growing business and also our innovative look at the future in our field. Pasculli is proud of a distinctive technological advancement that sets CTR apart from its competitors, explaining "We are pretty far ahead of most companies technologically in that we have developed our own in-house software called Restoration Management Software [RMS]." Pasculli developed the product himself and is planning to market the technology in 2013. In addition to CTR's own use of the product, a few other restoration companies are currently using the software on a trial basis. As it expands, Clean Up & Total Restoration Inc. will no doubt remain on the cutting edge of the restoration business.
Posted by cheri at 2/26/2013 10:35:00 PM
Friday, February 15, 2013
Electric water heaters are very easy to maintain. Here are some tips to help you out: Electric water heaters typically have an expected life of 10-15 years. From top to bottom, check for any leaks, rust, or corrosion. Locate the cold water supply line and confirm a non-leaking shut-off valve. Confirm the Temperature Pressure Relief Valve (TPRV) is connected to an extension pipe that drops to within 6 inches of the floor. Confirm temperature, it should be between 120-125 degrees Fahrenheit. Higher than 130F increases risk of scalding. Inspect the drain valve at the bottom of the tank for leaks. Drain any sediment buildup at least once a year. You may need a hose extension to the floor drain or hose and pump to the exterior. A word of caution: never drain more than a gallon while the electrical power is on to the unit. Never turn on unit until tank is full of water. One last tip: Your electric water heater is wired in series. This means if your top element is burned out, you will have no hot wat
Posted by ckay at 2/15/2013 9:38:00 PM
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